One more thought. If you do as Iceman suggests and are still concerned that the joists have been weakened, you could always sister some additional...
When a dishwasher fails to completely empty the water after use, what's the most likely cause? Is its drain clogged or is it more likely a problem...
Just one small piece of advice. Don't use "adhesive" caulk. If you ever want to remove and replace it, you'll have a job trying to remove it.
If it's the sprayed-on "popcorn" stuff you're talking about, I've used a plastic squirt bottle of water and a wide putty knife. And it is slow and...
You're right kyllmann, 1/4 inch plywood wouldn't be adequate support for ceramic tile.
Is there a breaker box or fuse box in the garage? If so, have you verified that it has only 110?If no box, you could leave the old line where it i...
Yossi, it sounds like what you're asking for is a band aid to you get by and keep you dry until the contractor can do the "real" fix. Is there any ...
Depends on where you are. Around here (NC) wax myrtle might be a good choice. Why not go to a local plant nursery for advice?
Just thinking: is there any time ever when anybody might stand on the countertop - maybe to change a light bulb or paint or catch a spider on the ...
(Got no responses under "Appliances". Maybe this will work.)Washer broke last week. It's a Kenmore model 110.26912690. The "Coupling, Motor and Is...
You probably don't want to do ceramic or porcelain tile. They require extra support for the floor because the slightest "flex" will cause the grou...
I had some vinyl replacement windows installed recently. After checking Lowes and Home Depot, I got about 25% lower price (on the combination of w...
Hey iceman, have you tried that stuff on marble? I'd like to know if it works. I've got a spot on my marble fireplace that was "damaged" by - get...
If these are the original windows in the house (they probably are) and they were installed before the siding was installed (they probably were) the...
You could probably do it yourself with little trouble. If the old unit has been around awhile and it's an electric stove (uses 220), the new plug m...
Jo-Max. Get it from Home Depot or other places. Mix with water and bleach in a garden sprayer, spray it on, wait 5 minutes, rinse off. Works great.
If the sticking edge is at the top of the door, you can simply sand it down without having to refinish the door. (Use a flat sanding block.) That'...
I suspect your tank is leaking into the bowl. You wouldn't think so, but adding water to the bowl can make the level go down. Put a couple of dro...
The interest you paid on that one month's payment is deductable, as well as any "points" you paid, as points are considered prepaid interest. Of c...