I read some documentation about those cans that said "no insulation within 6 inches". I took that to mean that you could insulate, but not close to the unit. ...
Suggest you lube the motor if it has a place for oil. See if the fan turns freely by giving it a spin.
You ought to get 2 or 3 estimates from electricians. Let them know exactly what you want and where you want it.
Is the problem too few outlets or too few locations for outlets? If it's too few outlets, you can buy 6-jack outlet devices that plug directly over the current 2...
You could have a draft of air flow through the outlets that discolors the wall after a few years. You might try getting some of those insulating pads that go und...
I have read that bricks can "bleed" salt and other minerals. If it's salt, it will dissolve in the rain. Other minerals might require some effort. Try vinegar ...
If you pay for your water, you're probably wasting a lot of money. After you fix the problem (probably the flapper) stop using bleach-based tablets or other prod...
I assume you have your own water supply (a well?). Where I live, the county will test water for you for a reasonable price. Check with your county.
Haven't seen one, but am sure that it would be complicated and expensive. You would spend more than what you saved in heating/cooling with the small door.
If an new 3-way bulb doesn't work, unplug the light, remove the bulb, and look into the socket. There should be 2 metal connecting points there besides the thread...
You should consider posting an e-mail address to get people to respond. Good luck. ps I don't have an oscillating fan.
What's the best way to isolate a ground when both busses are tied together in the box and the neutral and ground wires are indiscriminately attached - mixed up on...
Yes, the green screw is for the ground wires. Not having those connected might cause a ground fault detect breaker to trip. If I understand correctly, the lig...
Is the light fixture controlled by only one switch or are there two? If there is only one switch, is the wire coming off the "top" of the switch black or is it...
You can't do that without removing that outlet from the "run". The other option is to get one of those switch/outlet combinations that simply plugs into an exi...
I've seen a lot of galvanized screws and nails rust completely in two within 10-15 years. I'm convinced that it'w worth the extra cost to get stainless.
There is no such thing as a gas washer. All washers use electricity (and of course, water). All dryers have an exhaust tube that's about four inches across for ...