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Yes, you are correct. It must still be anchored to the wall studs. If the studs don't align with your mounting then what I do is chop out a section...
Go with the tried and true oil tempered. Studies show that they last longer.
Keep up the Terro Bait. That's all the exterminator is going to do anyway. That's about all you can do.I usually have a minor problem also around t...
light's black to stand alone red,light's white to whites,ground to grounds.
No you don't need the wire mesh and just make it level with the surrounding floor and it will be fine. Make sure the gravel is packed down the best...
Don't be afraid to spend a couple bucks on good quality tools if you need it. Especially hand tools. Stick with name brands whenever possible made ...
Not much you can do unless you have some extra laying around. I don't think they even make that any more. It was popular in the 50s and 60s before ...
" It is pretty sad that the professionals were unable to find the leak" Almost scary! Hope you got everything straightened out.
Impossible to say. It could be expansion of ductwork or something. What type of heating system do you have? Forced air,hydronic,what? How old is th...
More than likely your house was built with conventional lumber framing.
If they are wood studs the wire runs on the side of it not in front.
I think it will be ok as long as it had enough time to develop that "skin" and wasn't touched and deformed.
Hmmmmm. I give up. What is it. Also was the electrical guy the inspector's brother in law?
The only way you will not damage the grid(I guess it's a grid) is to locate the wires and work around them?
"does anyone know how i can do this without damaging the heat wires in the ceiling? " I'm curious and ignorant. What are heat wires?
I'm not too sure what you are trying to say but I have a feeling the answer to your question is to use a coped joint instead of a mitered cut.
They do it all year round but avoid it if there are pets and children present.