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03-30-10, 06:28 AM
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I saw some on Craigslist that were around $500...

I saw some on Craigslist that were around $500 but of course I have not looked at them in person so they could be not worth it. Right now I'm in Korea so I'm a little detached on the going rates of...
03-29-10, 02:59 AM
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Thanks for the help, I don't know that much...

Thanks for the help, I don't know that much about leases. And just needed to bounce this off some else.
03-28-10, 06:41 AM
Replies: 6
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Posted By joeinthedark

should I buy or lease?

I found out I am going to be in Connecticut for 6 months and need a car (I am going over seas after and wont be able to ship the car with me). So I have been trying to figure if buying a "beater"...
10-18-08, 10:37 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 2,660
Posted By joeinthedark

So is it possible to use 1/4" on the wall? I am...

So is it possible to use 1/4" on the wall? I am not tileing any walls but I am just wondering? I just don't see the need for the different thickness exept to make floors/walls level
10-18-08, 04:50 PM
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Views: 2,660
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1/8 vs 1/4 vs 1/2 hardiboard

Does anyone know if there is a major difference between 1/8" or 1/4" or 1/2" hardiboard. I have not read any thing on the minimum thickness on the hardiboard but it seems like there has to be some...
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Views: 734
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Yes there are some. I have a 99 corolla and have...

Yes there are some. I have a 99 corolla and have a roof rack from THULE. It works great and just clamps into the gutter between the roof and the door. I know that YAKIMA sells them too. Just...
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Trouble code P0441 and P0446 for Corolla

I took my 1999 Toyota Corolla to auto zone to check the check engine warning light and had trouble code: P0441 AND P0446Auto Zone printed a list of causes that could cause this problem but I wanted...
06-15-08, 10:08 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 1,295
Posted By joeinthedark

If you had a dimond blade on the saw it will...

If you had a dimond blade on the saw it will work. But I would only do one or two tiles with it. It will produce ALOT of dust. (You could try to run the garden hose down the cut to get rid of the...
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Views: 1,210
Posted By joeinthedark

Roof Inspection

I am selling my house and I know the roof is old but I am confidant that it will last another 5 years or so. I was told by the realitor to get an inspection of the roof. She did not have anyone to...
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Views: 883
Posted By joeinthedark

Pressure Washer

I am shopping for a pressure washer. The question: is 1500 psi to whimpy for normal around the house use. I plan on using it to wash the driveway, clean the deck and siding and washing the car. ...
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Well maybe I should not call it a carport. It...

Well maybe I should not call it a carport. It has three walls and I want to frame in the remaining side and install a door.
I hope this helps
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Arrow door on carport

I have a car port attatched to my house that I was thinking of putting a garage door on the front.
I have two questions:
1st the electric power meter is currently located in the carport. Does this...
Replies: 2
Views: 1,147
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painting/staining an older wooden fence

I have an NON-pressure treated fence that is about three years old and has never been stained or painted. I would prefer to stain it, but since it has been weathered for a few years I am not sure...
02-19-07, 12:11 AM
Replies: 1
Views: 1,003
Posted By joeinthedark

Question Keeping Dry

Has anyone ever used this product: http://www.waterproof.com/index.html
It would protect the area from the leaks coming out of the seam between the floor and the wall and directs it to a sump pump. ...
02-17-07, 11:37 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 2,547
Posted By joeinthedark

I have not done installed drain tile, but I am...

I have not done installed drain tile, but I am thinking about doing it sometime. Here is a site that would get you started: http://www.ronhazelton.com/projects/waterproofing-your-basement.htm
hope...
02-17-07, 08:39 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 1,545
Posted By joeinthedark

The wheelborrow method worked. It was harder to...

The wheelborrow method worked. It was harder to mix in the wheelbarrow but the pour was easy. I just poured a little at a time, and then just trowled it initally to spread it. It seemed to work. ...
02-15-07, 08:06 PM
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Views: 1,545
Posted By joeinthedark

I have decided that what needs to happen is to...

I have decided that what needs to happen is to pour more level quick. I was planning on mixing it all at once in a wheelbarrow and lay it all at once instead of doing it little by little in with a...
02-15-07, 04:45 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 1,545
Posted By joeinthedark

Unhappy UNEVEN FLoor

I installed one of those electric underfloor heating systems on a concrete slab and have filled it in with self leveling cement. But the floor is not even. I know that as soon as I lay the tile...
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Posted By joeinthedark

Red face Removing cement floor

My parents are planning on removing the cement floor in their basement. They have time to rip it out now but they wont have anything to replace it with for about 6 months. They are concered that...
09-03-06, 11:17 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 1,431
Posted By joeinthedark

wireless door bell

I need to install a door bell and was thinking of installing a wireless one. Do these work well? And do they work for a while or do you reguarly have to change the batteries? Any help would be...
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Views: 3,665
Posted By joeinthedark

I saw them at lowes just the other day, I think...

I saw them at lowes just the other day, I think it was around $5-6 bucks so I know that they are still around (my wife just said she saw them at Walmart). Also I would have to disagree when I was a...
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Views: 2,191
Posted By joeinthedark

wood deck vs. brick patio

What in general is cheeper to build a woden deck or a brick patio? (if you are buying mid priced supplies for both)
08-07-06, 10:02 PM
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Views: 7,100
Posted By joeinthedark

installing a vertical window horizontal

I was wondering if it is alright to hang a vertical sliding window horizantaly?
07-28-06, 08:50 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 1,234
Posted By joeinthedark

If you are having drainage problems you might...

If you are having drainage problems you might want to put down some geotextile fabric before you lay the dirt so that the soil around the house does not absorb as much water. :thumbup:
Replies: 5
Views: 1,154
Posted By joeinthedark

Talking Well I am done. It took about 12 hrs to do 200...

Well I am done. It took about 12 hrs to do 200 sqft. The largest that the concrete would break were about football size. This was a lot harder than I thought it would be. But I am glad that I got...
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