Piffin is right. Usually, you'll have no problem. Just try to start it as if it hasn't been used for a few weeks.Next year, either drain it or us...
If it's really temporary, I think I'd use inexpensive composition siding and paint it to match the rest of the house.
If no water is going onto the tank (as opposed to the bowl), make sure nobody turned off the shutoff valve (at the wall behind the bowl). If the v...
What type filter are you using? Some filters do not "cure" odor problems. I have found that if I use charcoal filters, I have to replace them freq...
I think you'll be happier with screws than nails, especially if you will sometimes move the table. Nails work loose - screws don't.Also, I recomme...
LDoyle, when you say "drain into the field", does that mean it goes to the drain field, bypassing the tank, or does that mean it simply gets routed...
If the upper thermostat is set higher than the lower one, then the upper one will do all the heating, and the amount of hot water in the tank at an...
Does the sensor hava a dial? If so, turn the dial all the way counterclockwise. It should turn on.
Several years ago I obtained black walnut seelings from the state forestry comission. I'd like to think they'll eventually have some value as lumb...
Probably not. But if you're concerned, you should have your house inspected for termites.
What about "drip" irrigation? Instead of watering all at once, use the drip method to water very slowly.
You cannot install ceramic over linoleum. And even if you remove the linoleum, the floor might not be inflexible enough to handle ceramic. The sli...
Are they painted shut? Even if the counterweights aren't working, they should still open unless something else is preventing it.
Have you thought of getting (or building) an armoire? It might be cheaper and easier.
When you say "the exhuast pipe that goes out", I assume you mean the pipe that goes out through the roof?If that's the case, the leak is in the roo...
You may have something binding the door, preventing it from working. Disconnect it by pulling on the disconnect rope, then close and open the door ...
Hi, I don't have an answer for you, but I think you'll have better success by posting this question in the Carpentry forum.Good luck.
If it will only be used for your own home, I'm sure either of these will be great. I'd go for the lower price.If it will be used a lot more, such a...