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Thanks a lot for the detailed response. Yuck, I'm...

Thanks a lot for the detailed response. Yuck, I'm in MI (42" frost line). So thinking I'll pour my footer, leave it 4" short sink a longer bolt in it for the post bracket that will extend up through...
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Deck/patio advice

I currently have a 2nd story deck over a paver patio below. I'm replacing the pavers with a stamped concrete patio. Also, the deck posts are old and starting to rot slightly as they are set in the...
05-21-19, 07:03 AM
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Posted By P3mcleod

This is great feedback. My main concern was with...

This is great feedback. My main concern was with the wire just being fully exposed in the water and not anchored anywhere. With kids swimming and the freezing/thawing of the lake /ice drifts , if...
05-21-19, 06:35 AM
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Posted By P3mcleod

Here's the cable he used ...

Here's the cable he used
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Southwire-250-ft-12-2-Gray-Solid-CU-UF-B-W-G-Wire-13055955/202316281?MERCH=REC-_-PIPHorizontal2_rr-_-205346692-_-202316281-_-N

Intended use is...
05-21-19, 05:22 AM
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Posted By P3mcleod

Lake Electrical

In a dispute with my neighbor and hoping to get some advice. We live on a lake. Currently my neighbor has romex running out into the water (submerged) and to a 10' metal post. On the post he's...
03-01-19, 08:03 AM
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Posted By P3mcleod

Great point, didn't think of that. Maybe a spring...

Great point, didn't think of that. Maybe a spring loaded castor that will act like a shock absorber to keep the wheel pressing hard to the ground? Not sure if I can get one strong enough, insulated...
02-28-19, 11:36 PM
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Patio Door Idea

Need someone to talk me out of a potentially crazy idea... I have a 12' wide doorwall (2 sliding doors that latch in the middle and 2 fixed doors on the outsides) that I need to replace. I really...
01-23-16, 04:32 PM
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Posted By P3mcleod

You're awesome. Thanks a lot for the info. Yeah...

You're awesome. Thanks a lot for the info. Yeah it was built in 2011. I'll see if I can get the plumber's info and find out the deal. My understanding is that AAV's are pretty widely used around...
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Hi Bud, Yes it will be warm. We'll be running a...

Hi Bud,
Yes it will be warm. We'll be running a heat duct to it and the rest of the basement is insulated and heated. I'll also have a heater in the fan itself as well as radiant floor heat if that...
01-23-16, 12:08 PM
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Posted By P3mcleod

Really appreciate the feedback. Had trouble...

Really appreciate the feedback.
Had trouble with uploading, kept failing so trying this instead.

Here's a link:
Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet (http://imgur.com/a/hJ8bI)

First...
01-22-16, 09:57 PM
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Posted By P3mcleod

Also, if I'm right that the 2.5" pipe is the...

Also, if I'm right that the 2.5" pipe is the sink, would I be able to drain a urinal into that along with the sink?
01-22-16, 09:54 PM
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Basement rough in identification

Bought a house with a basent rough in. I have 3 pipes sticking out of the ground. 1-4.5" , assuming toilet, and 2- 2.5", 1 of which is an inch from the wall (sink?) And the other tub? A) am I correct...
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I'm reluctant to use flex as well from what I've...

I'm reluctant to use flex as well from what I've read. Do they make insulated rigid or are you saying use rigid and wrap it in fiberglass?
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Ps- live in Michigan so gets pretty cold if that...

Ps- live in Michigan so gets pretty cold if that makes a difference
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Posted By P3mcleod

Basement Bathroom Ventilation Fan

Hi all,
Putting a bathroom in my basement and need some advice. Installing a vent fan that will be discharging out the side of the house, roughly 5 feet straighshot from the fan. With that short...
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