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08-01-20, 07:17 PM
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Harbor Freight has an inexpensive bridge saw that...

Harbor Freight has an inexpensive bridge saw that can handle what you want. I used on for years. It could handle the 24" cuts and probably the 45 degree cuts, but the 48" rips would have to be done...
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Views: 182
Posted By czizzi

Beautiful space....Remove what is there and start...

Beautiful space....Remove what is there and start from scratch. In this case retrofit will do nothing but give you headaches. Do it right the first time and you don't have to redo down the road. ...
Replies: 7
Views: 235
Posted By czizzi

If the Aluminum of the shower door is that...

If the Aluminum of the shower door is that corroded, it is time to replace, not try to restore. The metal is shot and sanding will not do anything other than strengthen your arms. Send us some...
07-19-20, 08:32 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 209
Posted By czizzi

Its clean, its functional, and it is serviceable...

Its clean, its functional, and it is serviceable until you have the funds to completely gut and alter the look to your ultimate desire. Hold until you have a definite game plan on what your final...
07-04-20, 06:08 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 287
Posted By czizzi

When tile meets tub or any other surface, they...

When tile meets tub or any other surface, they will expand and contract at different rates. Therefore, caulk, which is flexible is the correct choice to use at these junctions. Grout will only crack...
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Views: 1,989
Posted By czizzi

Never used silicone to fix an obvious...

Never used silicone to fix an obvious manufacturer defect. Replace the sink.

To be honest, the seal is done under the sink with the donut gasket. It will not leak, it also will not hold water if...
Replies: 10
Views: 1,210
Posted By czizzi

Sure looks like a top mount sink. Doing an...

Sure looks like a top mount sink. Doing an undermount sink on a particleboard counter is not something I would recommend. Undermount sinks are designed for solid surface counters (granite etc).
Replies: 5
Views: 1,680
Posted By czizzi

Thicker is not better when it comes to laminate...

Thicker is not better when it comes to laminate underlayment. Too thick may cause too much flex and stress the interlock system. Go with the manufacturer's recommendation on underlayment.
05-28-19, 04:11 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 2,063
Posted By czizzi

Usually shoot for a beefer subfloor system which...

Usually shoot for a beefer subfloor system which is 3/4" + 1/2" then 1/4" cement backer set in a bed of thinset (1/2" is for walls). Once the cement board is down, you can then use self leveling...
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Views: 587
Posted By czizzi

Thanks all, I gave up and went an bought a new...

Thanks all, I gave up and went an bought a new higher end smart TV and called it a day. Fortunately, I didn't have to replace all 4 TV's only one, so I consider it a win. Picture is awesome...
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Views: 4,503
Posted By czizzi

There is an energy saver function built into some...

There is an energy saver function built into some ceiling fans. You may have overloaded that and caused a malfunction. I don't know if it is a serviceable part or not, others will chime in. I...
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