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I will be getting to this today, I guess I should...

I will be getting to this today, I guess I should write my will first, but I'll just skip that part and go straight to the lighting - at this point, everything in this house has been a royal f... up....
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Posted By TylerJay

Geeez, I really am an idiot. SMH. They're...

Geeez, I really am an idiot. SMH.

They're not single pane, but rather storm windows, so I guess in the middle of the entire window where the 2 sliding panes meet, I should use some foam rubber...
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Posted By TylerJay

Single pane windows

I inherted an old house after my father died - as one can see from previous posts I made.

I decided to put a plastic film on the inside of the windows to stop the cold air from seeping into the...
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Posted By TylerJay

Wiring question

Well, working on the ceiling light fixture, I came across this. 2 white wires and 2 black wires from the ceiling. Black wires are fine and connected, not I'm trying to figure out what the extra...
11-21-16, 09:43 PM
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Posted By TylerJay

How would you finish the end of a drywall

I have this piece of drywall that finishes off right next to a 4x4 support beam.
I can't take the beam out and put a corner bead as it's a major structural column that I JUST installed last week - I...
11-04-16, 07:32 AM
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Views: 368
Posted By TylerJay

Question regarding exposed beam - looks to be functional.

I ripped out the side of the closet which had 2x4s to act as a frame for sliding doors.
I decided to give it a clean look and took those out, however at the top of the closet is a beam that looks to...
10-19-16, 12:17 AM
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Posted By TylerJay

Kitchen countertop - laminate V quartz

I went into a store recently and the people seemed pretty cool and "honest" but when I told the guy I wanted a simple kitchen, didn't want to spend too much on the countertop and was leaning towards...
10-08-16, 08:14 PM
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Posted By TylerJay

Well, thanks to a very ambitious friend, we...

Well, thanks to a very ambitious friend, we decided to simply buy new drywall and got it cut to size at Home Depot, fit like a glove, EXCEPT one issue....

....my friend decided to be Freddy...
10-07-16, 06:12 AM
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Posted By TylerJay

Alright, we'll go that route. Now as for...

Alright, we'll go that route.

Now as for this one piece where the cupboard as it collapsed push in the side of the drywall right in, I'm guessing a new cut out piece of drywall is best?
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10-06-16, 10:15 PM
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Posted By TylerJay

Well I took the tiles down and obviously some...

Well I took the tiles down and obviously some damage. lol

So do you guys still think patching is a good idea or maybe just cutting out some big sheets of drywall and going that route?
I'm okay...
10-01-16, 02:43 PM
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Posted By TylerJay

Some corners have been torn out already (oops my...

Some corners have been torn out already (oops my bad).
So they do need re-taping.


Should I ask my handyman if he's applying Gardz primer, because all he said was, it just needed a couple of...
10-01-16, 09:07 AM
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Posted By TylerJay

Kitchen renovation: patch or install new drywall?

We're installing new cabinets in the kitchen and naturally the back splash tiles had to come out.
Now I was told by my "handyman" that all I would need to do is, scrape off the glue and he would...
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