I used 4x4 treated posts in concrete for my decking but put a heavey coat of roofing tar on the portion of the posts that contacted the concrete. L...
Sounds like it's too late now so assume it is asbestos and clean it up - soap and water, wipe down EVERYTHING!!!!!
you should be able to tell if the drain working by amount of water left in the tub when it stops spinning. If it's as dry as old days, it's drainin...
the installer used the cement borard or whatever the material is you're supposed to use. Under that is plywood. I belive he must have let the bond...
i recently had a new ceramic tile floor put in my kitchen but the installer used the widest set patterns and now the grout is loostening and a few ...
If you have 2 lights controlled by one switch (in series), the usual Black - hot and white - neutral is not the case. In this case the power is co...
I suspect you have some bad wires in your main power panel. The screw terminals come loose over time and can cause breaks. To check this is DANGERO...
I would trace the wires back to the box and change one of the conductors to a 110 breaker and just unhook and tape up the unused conductor.
I have never done it but have heard you can use some type of antifreeze mix instead of water that works well, check with your local hardware store.
Use a voltmeter and see what wires are controlled by what switch. Then just hook up what you need. If you don't understand this response you need a...
yes. I would keep the outlet and just jump off the outlett and fish the wire up the wall into the attic, then put where you need it.
It is not normal for any "flashing" or "sparking" of any kind, get it checked out by a pro. As for the sellers liability - depends on the conditio...
Agree - I just had to call for warrenty work and they put me on hold for 20 minutes and brainwashed me with verbal advertisment the whole time. I'...
All houses have a sewer drainage access for cleaning, perhaps there is an opening and it got it there - OR - you have one hell of a cleaver frog on...