ren, a folding Murphy is not what was described. A trundle bed is the right terminology
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Even if you have your own well thought out ideas, it can cost you 6-8% to hae good plans and working drawings made up by a draftsman. The total fee...
It is something that has to be engineered but I believe you will need the structural ridge beam.An alternative might be found in hardware for mount...
That's a unique idea! Would you glue it in so the vacumn doesn't make a meal of it?
Not sure what you mean about trimming the door since it has been there and presumably trimmed for all these years.But to remove it, you will see so...
Now, you need to either make 1/4" extension jambs or dado ou the backs of your casing if it is thick enough and if you are ertain there are no kill...
Hi Nick, there are a lot of remodelors here also. http://forums.taunton.com/tp-breaktime/start I've never found an old beer can but have seen seve...
For flooring, pine is the worst choice of species and wide plank sizes are the worst choice of widths for this very reason. If you fill the gaps wi...
Starting with the level sill first is most important and then goping with diagonal measurements after tacking the botom two corners.What most peopl...
It's a common and I think, a good thing to contrast colours and patterns. Even Mother nature does it.White oak is more rot resistant and harder so ...
WOW!Who recommends leaving forms in place for thirty days? Do you have some authoritative source?I've been in constuction for over thirty years and...
Yes and noIt depends how the deck was built and how it is attached to the wall. Many Home inspectors are recently graduated from a two week course ...
Building codes do not allow joists to be cut for this reason. Plumbers are hard on structural work.But removing plaster from the ceiling below won'...
I think you should pursue this then. It is definitely not normal for any ceramic tiles to crack when properly installed over a sound substrate. It ...
The product is called MarliteIt is on a masonite type hardboard backer and the finished surface comes in a number of finishes, similar to Formica l...
You could have a local carpenter or builder look at it to be sure. You description is limited but I presume that you have just a shrinkage problem....
Now that it is stained, you are unlikely to ever have it natural and even in colouration.You will damage it if you pressure wash and it will take a...