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01-02-14, 02:14 PM
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That's a great point! I do indeed have a 90...

That's a great point! I do indeed have a 90 degree coax bend which I can use. Network will be a right-ish angle but that is ok because it will bend along the natural intersection anyway.
01-02-14, 01:31 PM
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I was able to fish the cables between the barrier...

I was able to fish the cables between the barrier and the sheetrock - that's ok right?
01-02-14, 01:07 PM
01-01-14, 08:14 PM
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Posted By matthewkrieger

I literally just stumbled upon this which I think...

I literally just stumbled upon this which I think will do the trick. It's essentially a frame-only gang box meant for low voltage applications like network wiring or cable. It is very shallow so as...
01-01-14, 01:19 PM
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Posted By matthewkrieger

Proper way to install electrical box when there is vapor barrier and insulation

I want to install a new electrical box in an existing sheetrock wall. As shown in the first photo you can see a plastic vapor/draft barrier and behind that is insulation.

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10-25-12, 02:32 PM
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Posted By matthewkrieger

Chandler - thanks for your feedback. In looking...

Chandler - thanks for your feedback. In looking at options it seems like 2.5' to 3' is perfect. Of course my favorite pick is only available in 2'!
10-17-12, 02:34 PM
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Posted By matthewkrieger

What is the narrowest and widest runner area rug you can put in a hallway?

My hallway is 4 feet wide. What's the narrowest and widest runner area rug widths that are appropriate for this space?
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Posted By matthewkrieger

XSleeper - Thanks for your tips as well. ...

XSleeper - Thanks for your tips as well. Regarding your point about having trouble getting a powder driven nail to stay in the block - are you referring to the 1x2s or the concrete itself? ...
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toolmon - Really interesting point about having...

toolmon - Really interesting point about having to hit the right combination of those variables. I'm gonna give it a play in a section which won't make my house come down if I mess it up. :) Great...
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Neither - I'd borrow one or the other from a...

Neither - I'd borrow one or the other from a buddy who has both. So assuming I want the most appropriate tool for this one specific job, should I assume the concrete nail gun is easier since I don't...
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Mount pegboard on concrete wall - use hammer drill or concrete nail gun?

I want to mount a pegboard tool holder on a concrete wall. It will simply be 1 x 2 furring strips and pegboard.

All the how-to articles I read use a hammer drill and then insert masonry screws....
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