At your local hardware store they can offer you the right caulk for the job and advise which you need.Important to get one that won't mildew, is ma...
You should have one of each - AC and cordless, and a spare battery for the cordless. Some come with a spare when you purchase originally.When you'...
Did this problem begin recently or has it always been like this (as far as you know)?It's not likely that the pipe changed angles all by itself rec...
I can't think of any reason why interior concrete block walls would require more maintenance than other walls.One thing I wonder about - where are ...
A few questions:Is this 220 volts (in the U.S.)?Is there a ground wire?Does the 70 - 80 volts reduce/go away if you short it to ground/frame for a ...
I'll share an experience. I spent years trying to find a leak that turned out to be in a window. The problem was that the glass was not sealed to...
A piece of information. CLR will cut most buildup of minerals (calcium, lime, rust), but in my house it didn't work on the shower door. (I'm on a...
When you say "the flat side instead of the round part" are you talking about the sheets of metal roofing or are you talking about the screws? I'm...
If you paint - people usually use a flat paint for walls, and gloss or semi-gloss for doors and woodwork. If the woodwork is already painted, use ...
I'll share 2 experiences: I had a flying squirrel get into a wall through the attic and die there.I had a very slow drip under a pedestal sink tha...
To remove and replace, you unscrew it. That's right, the spigot screws into the heater. You can then take the old one to your nearest hardware st...
There are some sensible standards. Note that some (US) outlets are "15-amp" and some are "20-amp". You can distinguish by the fact that on the 20...
I vote for the fixture also. One way to prove is to simply disconnect it at the ceiling. You might have to take it down from the ceiling to do th...
A septic system professional gave me some crystals called copper sulphate that he claimed would kill roots in my system. (I can't verify that it w...
Barb, chlorine affects rubber flappers. Get one that's not rubber. They're out there and only a bit more $$.
While dealing with the major problems, you can also do some simple things like getting insulating pads to put under the cover plates of outlets an...
I've heard of universities doing free "appraisals" of the energy efficiency of a home. Might be worth checking in your area.
Without knowing what your plan is, let's just suppose the following: the gazebo will not be screened in and you only need one outlet. I would run ...