Do you mean that you are puzzled about how to cover the drain? If not that, then what?
I s'pose it depends on your skill level. I think I'd get a plumber.[This message has been edited by rpxlpx (edited March 10, 2003).]
Sometimes, if you use teflon tape on threads, it can get in the way. You might have to re-do your connections.
Don't be surprised if you find that the old system does not meet current standards and that any changes will require the whole thing to be upgraded...
I've only done a little wallpapering, but painting it first (before getting it wet with water/paste) sounds nuts to me. What kind of paint did the...
Rather than saw off the door, why not remove a little dirt?Don't remove too much or you'll have a pond.
The only thing I know is to get new spings to replace streched ones. You can buy a package of them cheap at H.D. Or you can double up on the sprin...
There are many styles of fixture but perhaps this one's outer cover unscrews a quarter-turn. Then the part underneath has visible screws or bolts.(...
You usually don't need to replace the outlets. Most of them have the option to move the wire from the push-in on the back to screw terminals on the...
Yes, in fact I have one in my house. It will probably be in one of 2 places - near the water heater, or near the breaker/fuse box.In my case, the ...
This is a good time to verify that the pressure relief valve is working. I'd put a bucket under it and then open and close the valve handle sever...
Have you verified that there is space above the ceiling for the fixtures? If there is an attic above it, you should be careful to buy fixtures tha...
I suspect that your best option may be to temporarily replace the entire door with an inexpensive one that you can use for the dog door.
The seating of the bowl to the tank is probably the culprit. Also, make sure the 2 bolts are snug, sealed, and equally positioned so that the top ...
I hope your husband will be gone for more than just an afternoon because it'll take much longer than that for the adhesive and grout for the tile t...
Oh sorry, you didn't say that the door doesn't open. Guess I should have realized that. (I thought it was working, but you just didn't like the b...
If you're talking about linoleum tile, then no, you shouldn't have to do anything to compensate for that small difference.Have an old towel or news...
Only one suggestion: DO NOT EVER use vinegar on marble. It will damage the marble.
Lighting stores have a huge markup. One way I know is that when I built my house, the builder said to go to a certain lighting store and cut all p...