Sounds like a great idea. If you learn anything, please post it.
Since the crack is in the bottom and (presumeably) doesn't show, you should be able to use a quality repair product for a complete fix. I recentl...
One 40-foot run = a 2-1/2 inch slope. Two 20-foot runs = a 1-1/4 inch slope. If that's a problem, you might think about having a downspout on eac...
Since noone else has responded:I don't know much about block foundations, but I would certainly make sure the building inspector knows about it bef...
Until you get the problem permanently resolved, you might want to check to see if BOTH fuses blow. Maybe you could save a few $$ by replacing only...
One more thought: If you remove the trap, they you can "sniff" the pipes on both sides to possibly determine the location of the smell.
It's a matter of personal choice, but I have recessed can lighting in my kitchen and would rather have a large fluorescent fixture or other lightin...
Of course. Thanks AWINDORMAN. I forgot, the rollers may have been adjusted far enough out to keep you from removing the door. Adjust them "into"...
Have you considered simply improving the cover of the cistern? Make it bigger, better, more permanent, and LOCKED CLOSED. That should resolve any...
I doubt if that is it.Presumeably, you have tried cleaning products and drain-opening products to no avail.Next, I would:1) remove the trap and be ...
Your local Home Depot or Lowes carries pre-cut stringers for that size drop if you don't want to design/build your own.
How about aluminum clad? Kolbe & Kolbe (and others) make that. See: www.kolbe-kolbe.com/home.html [This message has been edited by rpxlpx (edited...
You may find that if you wait a year or two they will decrease naturally. 3 years ago a friend who lives 20 miles from me told me they were sudden...
Move the door to both sides and look at the UPPER track. Make sure there is nothing in it to prevent the door from moving fully up into the slot. ...
I was hoping someone else would hava an idea for you but noone has responded. As to the acceptable voltage range, the charger for each device has ...
jduchock, another way to say it is:Your panel is capable of handling at least 200 amps, and therefore you could connect enough devices in your home...
The commode in that bathroom should use the same cold water supply as the sink. (Also shower/tub, if present.) Therefore, it the commode does not ...
2 thoughts:1 - you might want to also try a drain opener product to be sure there's no clog beyond the trap.2 - it may be that the (what do you cal...