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Posted By Pilot Dane

You will first have to unstack/remove the wall. ...

You will first have to unstack/remove the wall. The good news is you can re-use the blocks.

What blocks does your wall use?

The first thing a retaining wall needs is a foundation or base. If...
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Posted By Norm201

I keep one of those dorm type fridge in the...

I keep one of those dorm type fridge in the garage all year round. I usually defrost it maybe twice a year. I also found out that the weight of the door was causing the door gasket to not seal...
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Posted By PJmax

I have a regular fridge in my garage. It's not...

I have a regular fridge in my garage. It's not heated but I try to keep the outside doors closed to maintain some heat. I've never had a problem with it failing to keep cool.
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Posted By Pilot Dane

I really like doing paver patios and walks. It...

I really like doing paver patios and walks. It helps that I have the equipment to do the digging and help move the heavy materials but it's really satisfying because when you start placing the...
03-30-20, 06:02 AM
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Posted By manden

PJ you have them mixed up with ants. Worms are...

PJ you have them mixed up with ants.
Worms are best in a stir fry but can be a tad gritty.

Marq1 I do not know of anything that will stop them.
On the bright side you know that your soil is...
04-27-19, 03:01 PM
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Posted By PJmax

Just curious..... how do you know those are...

Just curious..... how do you know those are egress windows
They usually need to be easy to get to, easy to remove, and be large enough for a person to fit thru.

Based on an inspection I recently...
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Posted By Marq1

So lessons learned, think of how much weight that...

So lessons learned, think of how much weight that patio and wall is exerting down on the uncompacted soil and you can understand why it's sinking vs the walls and pillars that have a base.

You...
04-25-19, 05:42 AM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

All of your fence pictures are relatively solid. ...

All of your fence pictures are relatively solid. The open area will allow some air to pass through but you've still got 95% the windage of a solid fence so I wouldn't let that sway my decision too...
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