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Are these both smoke detectors?

Iím wondering if these are both smoke detectors on my ceiling and if so, why I have two in multiple spots in my house. The house is 20 years old. Would the previous homeowner had newer ones put in...
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Are these shingles that fell off my roof?

Merry Christmas. I found these in my backyard after a particularly windy storm. Are these roof shingles? I'm wondering if I need to get a roofer to check out if there's a problem on my roof....
08-25-20, 12:05 PM
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This is actually the only one I've found and it's...

This is actually the only one I've found and it's been a couple days with no more. Thanks.
08-24-20, 04:55 PM
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What animal left these droppings?

I'm trying to figure out what animal I may have running around on my back porch. For scale, it is a little less than an inch long. Thanks.

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07-27-20, 03:49 PM
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Recommendations on extension pole for cleaning siding?

My vinyl siding has mildew that I'd like to scrub off (rather than powerwash). I need to reach up over 20 feet so was thinking I'd purchase an extension pole/brush combo. Does anyone have a...
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Does my deck need to be powerwashed and restained?

I bought my house last fall and the previous owner said he restained the deck in the summer. My dad says, regardless of whether that's true, the deck needs to be powerwashed and restained and he...
07-03-20, 09:59 AM
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It is a very thin crack. Would that lend itself...

It is a very thin crack. Would that lend itself to using CA glue rather than an epoxy kit like mentioned above? If so, are any particular CA glue brands recommended? I see Starbond, Loctite and...
07-02-20, 10:27 AM
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Hairline crack in granite countertop

I have a hairline crack in my granite countertop right next to my kitchen sink. I'm not necessarily concerned about making it look like new, I just want to make sure it doesn't get worse or create...
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The posts do go into the ground in concrete. I...

The posts do go into the ground in concrete. I put a screwdriver to the posts and it didn't pierce into the wood. The wood is soft and had some give but the screwdriver didn't go in at all. There...
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Rotting deck posts

My home's previous owner put in an elevated deck and he put concrete slabs at the bottom of the posts. I include a picture of what it looked like. I saw one of the slabs was loose so kicked it off. I...
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Flusher handle sticking straight up

My toilet's handle is sticking straight up. Vertical instead of horizontal. Is this simply just having to replace the handle, or something more? Thanks.
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Thanks. I have some bigger chunks broken off on...

Thanks. I have some bigger chunks broken off on the side of the house. I attach a picture here and was wondering if you or anyone else knew what that pink stuff is that's showing. I'm hoping this is...
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How to patch broken stone veneer?

Hi everyone. I'm a novice and appreciate any help. My house has stone veneer around the foundation and I've noticed that a lot of the mortar (I think that's what it's called) has broken off where the...
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