Here's one: http://www.archcraft.net/ Search on "arched doorway" for more.
If you DON'T use a water repellent, it'll stain the wood even more.I've had good success with Cuprinol. Got it at Sherwin Williams paint store.
If it was me... I would pay to have the wire from the meter, the service panel and breakers installed professionally.Then I would do the rest mysel...
To make sure it's clear: is it the remaining grout that now looks "washed and spotted" or is it the tiles?If it's the tiles, I suspect their color ...
Mark, if it's not too much trouble, I'd like to see the steps involved posted here. It would be helpful to me and probably others as well. rpxlpx
Hey electricmanscott, do you have any advice for MaukaRunner as to the best way to proceed, now that it is established that he shouldn't tap into t...
Screens don't work for me because I have a lot of pines, and pine needles will stick in all but the finest screen.I don't recall the name but what ...
You didn't say if it's a gas or electric dryer. Most dryers I've seen use 110 for the motor. Gas dryer uses only 110. Electric dryer uses 220 fo...
Sounds like you need an intermediate device. It should be light weight, smooth, and funnel shaped. You could probably make something from a sheet...
Also, be very careful about sanding treated wood. The arsenic in the "treatment" can be bad for your health.
But will you live in the house for 30 years?Just kidding. If you only plan to be there for 10 years or less, it probably won't matter in the resal...
I've had leaf guards for 2 years and am happy so far. I have lots of trees also. I think they are worth the money.
If it's not too late:Is this a new house being built or is it one that's been arounc for awhile?If it's just being built, and the plywood is still ...
I doubt the paint will peel off, but my concern would be how it will look. If there's dust in it, it will not look smooth.
Get the model number and go to your local S--rs store or check their Web site for a set of instructions.