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Thanks all for the great suggestions. I will...

Thanks all for the great suggestions. I will look into this option and proceed as mentioned for using the wood grain filler. Definitely think this will help eliminate most of the visible grain on...
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XSleeper thanks for responding so quickly and...

XSleeper thanks for responding so quickly and your advice. When you mention a wood grain filler. Are you referring to something similar/identical to wood filler that you would use for nail holes,...
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Question Wood Grain & Painting

Hello,
I was hoping I could get some advice/suggestions from the forum members. Have some older kitchen cabinets that I will be repainting soon. They currently have a (heavier) oak grain and will be...
05-31-20, 11:40 AM
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Question WiFi Light Switch

Hello,

I hope others can share their own experience pro or con with a Wifi switch I am considering. Also if there are any specific requirements. Looking into installing the Kasa HS200 for home...
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Question Concrete Stairs

Hope others will have some advise and thoughts. My front door has a set of pre-formed concrete stairs (about 20 yrs old) that originally had a wrought iron railing that's since been removed. However,...
01-22-16, 04:51 PM
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Question ZWave Devices

Hello,

I am hoping the readers of this forum can provide some feedback & suggestions. I recently stepped into the home automation world. And would like to add some ZWave Devices. Such as...
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I definitely understand and agree with the...

I definitely understand and agree with the comment about carpet being less work. And most likely cheaper. The initial thought was to do carpet again on the stairs. Then have the bedrooms...
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Hardwood & Stairs

The stairs have always been carpeted. As were all the rooms until we replaced a few with hardwood. The house is about 20 yrs old and we are the second owner. I am about 99% sure the stairs were...
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Hardwood & Stairs

Thanks so much for the reply and thoughts.

A quick summary of what's currently there. As of right now the stairs are currently carpert to the top landing. Whhich is also carpeted. In turn the...
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Question Hardwood & Stairs

Hello,

I am hoping I could get some feedback from those who read this forum. We are considering doing some flooring upgrades in the next few months. Specifically having the stairs that lead to...
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Post Snowblower Choices

Hello Everyone,

I was hoping to get some advice on two snowblower. I need to replace 14 yr old Toro that leaking at the auger gear box. I have narrowed my choice down to 2 models. And would...
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I was wondering if anyone else had any additional...

I was wondering if anyone else had any additional comments or feedback on these 2 models and/or manufactures.
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Question Snowblower Choice- Ariens or Simplicity

Hello Everyone,

I was hoping to get some advice on two snowblower. It's fast approaching winter in the Northeast and I need to replace and older Toro that's not going to make it through another...
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Thanks for the replies thus far.. As to using...

Thanks for the replies thus far.. As to using Linksys products that's been my feeling from the beginning. I have always though they were the best for Wifi routers and similar equipment. What got...
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Question New Router

Hello,

I am considering upgrading my existing Linksys (wireless router wrt54g) router with a newer AC 1900 model. I have narrowed the choice down to two options. The Netgear Nighthawk (R7000) or...
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Question Waxing Floor?

Hello,

Hoping I could get some feedback and comments on whether WAXING a wood floor is suggested or recommended. We have Brazilian Cherry solid wood floor installed in 2 rooms which is about 3...
11-27-13, 06:13 AM
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Posted By ttonnis

Arrow Power Back On

Thanks very much for the suggestion and link. This appears that it will be a perfect match for what I need for simple power monitoring. And at a great price.

One additional follow-up relating...
11-26-13, 11:23 AM
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What would be ideal is an inexpensive home...

What would be ideal is an inexpensive home solution that I can simply attach to an outlet and will monitor for loss of power. Then simply notify me as previously stated with a phone call or text...
11-25-13, 08:48 PM
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Posted By ttonnis

Lightbulb Power Loss Monitoring

Hello,

I am hopeful those who read this forum can offer some suggestions for a item I am looking for. Or tell me if such a device exists. What I hope to do is monitor my home electrical service...
11-06-13, 02:40 PM
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Posted By ttonnis

Question Occupancy Sensing Switch

Hello,

I was hoping to get some feedback or comments on a change I am considering making to a garage light. Currently I have a 2 bulb T8 shop light fixture that is controlled by two switches. ...
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Question Paint Storage

Hello,

I was wondering if anyone might have some thoughts or suggestions to what I expect would be a common issue. Specifically after you open a can of paint. As we all know wiping the brush...
06-20-13, 02:00 PM
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Posted By ttonnis

Suggestions

Does anyone have any suggestions they can offer?
05-15-13, 02:15 PM
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Question Light Controls

Hello Everyone,

I know there are probably 500 options from 30 different companies. However, I wanted to see if anyone in this forum may have some sugestions as to a product they have used...
02-27-13, 10:26 AM
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Posted By ttonnis

To further clarify the Corian is being used as a...

To further clarify the Corian is being used as a (shower) wall surface in place of a tile or simlar product. Once the current surrond is removed the appropiate surface will be installed to allow for...
02-27-13, 06:09 AM
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Posted By ttonnis

Chandler, To confirm yes it is Corian that...

Chandler,

To confirm yes it is Corian that will be used for the wall surfaces and possibly the ceiling as we have planned now. Additionally there is definitely no vabor barrier between the...
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