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Here is a pic just above the area of the roof.

Here is a pic just above the area of the roof.
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Thanks for the quick reply. Is this something I...

Thanks for the quick reply. Is this something I should contact the roofer about?
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What would cause this?

We had our roof done last summer today I noticed water running down the side.of the brick.
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Yes I have paid him in full already. I have left...

Yes I have paid him in full already. I have left him a message.
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The roof was installed last week. Since then we...

The roof was installed last week. Since then we have had a couple of warmer days but nothing consistent. I am also not sure about the edge flashing but from the look of other houses in our area none...
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Reshingled Roof

We just recently had our roof refinished. The contractor has a very good reputation and his price was fair. I am bothered by a few things about the job and would like a professional opinion. I have...
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That is sort of what I was thinking also. I had...

That is sort of what I was thinking also. I had not considered using plywood though. Thanks for all your help. I too was concerned about the way the beam is twisting. The opposite side of the deck...
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That's correct. I was considering attach enough...

That's correct. I was considering attach enough 2x10's to fill the void on either side although I am not sure if that would be a good option.
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I am guessing here but I think they are 6x6. I'll...

I am guessing here but I think they are 6x6. I'll confirm that once I get home. The joists are sitting on top of the posts. Toe nailed to the posts. I think i included a few pic of the way they are...
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I am not 100% sure. My guess would be a few years...

I am not 100% sure. My guess would be a few years after the house was built in 1996.

I am specifically concerned about the joists and how they are connected to the posts. The posts seem to be OK....
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Deck refinishing

We moved into out home last year. The deck was in need of refinishing. I have sanded the whole deck surface (excluding the rails) and will be applying Cabots Australian Oil as soon as the weather...
01-17-11, 11:42 AM
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Posted By GoldieF50

Loose and cracked tiles. Best fix?

We have one crack tile in the ceiling of our shower stall in our bathroom and one just outside the door of the shower. We moved into the house about 6 months ago. I would like to fix the cracked tile...
12-29-10, 05:21 PM
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Posted By GoldieF50

Crazy wiring

Hello,

We recently moved into a home. The home is about 12 years old. S0me of the wiring makes zero sense to me. I have done some electical in the past. I have even completed one of those...
08-13-09, 01:43 PM
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I am not too worried about rot resistance over...

I am not too worried about rot resistance over the long run. We will most likely only be living in this house for a couple of years.
08-13-09, 11:42 AM
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Exterior window trim. Which wood should I use?

Hello, The exterior of our home is all wood siding (T11) with wood window framing around the windows. Some of the framing is rotting and must be replaced. I have replacing some of the larger boards...
06-01-08, 12:42 PM
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Would it be OK to buy a roly of poly and install...

Would it be OK to buy a roly of poly and install it over the existing holes in the wall, holding in place with Tuck tape to seal the tears?
05-22-08, 12:40 PM
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Posted By GoldieF50

Torn vapor barrier

The back of my garage is connected to my kitchen. Our kitchen is very cold in the winter. I would like to find a way to improve the situation. I have started to remove the drywall and insulation from...
04-08-08, 06:41 AM
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Posted By GoldieF50

Reducing 96 inch sliding door opening to 81 inches.

I had previously posted this in the framing area but received no responses so I thought I may try here.

Our hall closet doors were originally 96 inches high (floor to ceiling). We would like to...
03-28-08, 07:37 AM
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Insulating Garage

I would like to insulate our garage and need some advice about which type of insulation to use (r-value, foam, batts, etc). Our garage is approximately 25 feet x 13 feet. The garage is attached to...
09-07-07, 10:12 AM
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Posted By GoldieF50

Having trouble re-hanging kitchen cabinets

I have just refinished our kitchen and when I put the old cabinets back up they do not seem to be lining up properly on top. I am afraid that I may have missed the original screw holes. What would be...
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Posted By GoldieF50

Unfortunately I have just found out that...

Unfortunately I have just found out that Waterbourne Satin Inpervo is not available in Canada. Do you have any other possible recommendations.
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Posted By GoldieF50

Thanks for your reply. So I should omit melamine...

Thanks for your reply. So I should omit melamine paint entirely? As far as the waterboure paints do you have any specific recommendations?

Thanks again.
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Question Repaint stripped oak cabinets - Oil based or melamine

Hello,

I have completely stripped our kitchen cabinets and am now ready to prime/paint them. I am getting mixed advice....some people are telling me that oil is the best way to go, others suggest...
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Posted By GoldieF50

I'm sorry. I negelected to mention that these...

I'm sorry. I negelected to mention that these lights are recessed into the sofffit.

They look identical to this.

http://www.earthadvantage.com/pop/lighting/pix/recessed.jpg
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