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06-24-22, 11:40 PM
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Turning off a sprinkler head

My irrigation system uses Rain Bird Maxi-Paw impact heads. I need to turn off two sprinklers in a zone can I just put a cap in the housing or do I need to remove the housing and cap the pipe itself?
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Views: 278
Posted By skookumchuck

The building was a wood-fired sauna but I...

The building was a wood-fired sauna but I remodeled it into an office, removing the large barrel stove. It currently has no heat source. I am installing a Cubic Mini Cub wood stove...
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Views: 278
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Covering a Roof Hole

I will be removing the chimney from this building. The building is octagonal in shape and the chimney runs through the top point of the roof. When the chimney is gone I will need to cover and seal...
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Views: 426
Posted By skookumchuck

Best way to heat a small outbuilding?

I am converting a small outbuilding into a home office. It's octagonal in shape, approximately 120 square feet inside, and has a ceiling of approximately 7'6". It was designed and built as a...
06-05-17, 09:12 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 1,202
Posted By skookumchuck

I always mow before that stuff goes to seed. I'm...

I always mow before that stuff goes to seed. I'm wondering if it's Johnson Grass?
06-04-17, 08:26 PM
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Views: 1,202
Posted By skookumchuck

What kind of grass/weed is this?

I would appreciate some help identifying this taller grass/weed. It's showing up in various places around my lawn, particularly over my septic drain field. What is it and how do I get rid of it...
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Views: 1,325
Posted By skookumchuck

Ideas for covering deck

Since my house doesn't have a covered porch, I'm looking for ideas on covering my deck. Purpose would be to keep off rain and sun. I've included photos below. The deck surface is approximately 12' x...
08-10-16, 10:40 PM
Replies: 11
Views: 1,007
Posted By skookumchuck

I believe it was pre-painted. I have found no...

I believe it was pre-painted. I have found no evidence that the house was ever repainted after it was built in 2001.
08-10-16, 12:42 PM
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Views: 1,007
Posted By skookumchuck

There wasn't any flashing behind the joints, and...

There wasn't any flashing behind the joints, and some of the gaps were too large for caulking. Plus, the climate here is hell on caulking.

I'll take a better picture and upload it soon.
08-10-16, 11:40 AM
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Views: 1,007
Posted By skookumchuck

It's possible the surface didn't get as clean as...

It's possible the surface didn't get as clean as it needed to be.

I should add that this particular side of the house gets the worst of the weather (horizontal rain, wind, hail, snow, and...
08-10-16, 09:20 AM
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Views: 1,007
Posted By skookumchuck

The house was built in 2001. I'm assuming that...

The house was built in 2001. I'm assuming that the siding came from the factory with the original (light green) color. I'm also assuming that the previous (original) owner of the house didn't...
08-10-16, 08:00 AM
Replies: 11
Views: 1,007
Posted By skookumchuck

Exterior painting issue

I've been painting the outside of my house lately. It's hardie board siding that still had only the factory coat of paint on it. The surface was smooth, clean, and dry when we painted. Wasn't too...
07-14-16, 08:34 PM
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Posted By skookumchuck

Gaps between siding

Hello all. I'm getting ready to paint my house but must first address some gaps between siding panels. Photos are below. It's a Masonite or hardie plank type siding. The previous owner of the house...
03-06-16, 08:07 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 1,558
Posted By skookumchuck

We did use it before it quit, but not often and...

We did use it before it quit, but not often and my wife insists we can do without it. It's been a couple weeks and so far she's right. We re-heat leftovers on the stove, in the oven, or in our small...
03-06-16, 08:02 PM
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Views: 1,558
Posted By skookumchuck

Thanks

Thanks to all who chimed in.
03-06-16, 04:45 PM
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Views: 1,558
Posted By skookumchuck

I just posted pictures of the hood. The...

I just posted pictures of the hood.

The moisture will be generated from cooking. Steam, etc.
03-06-16, 04:42 PM
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Views: 1,558
Posted By skookumchuck

Photos

I snapped a couple photos of the underside of the hood. I circled the existing holes in the metal that will allow moisture from cooking to get in between the hood and the cabinet bottom.

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Posted By skookumchuck

Thanks. I installed a hood but am now concerned...

Thanks. I installed a hood but am now concerned about a new problem. I posted that issue in a more appropriate section.
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03-06-16, 04:19 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 1,558
Posted By skookumchuck

Moisture between range hood and cabinet?

Our over-the-range microwave quit and we opted to not replace it since we use it so seldom. We do want a hood of some sort for over-the-range lighting and air filtration (since the range is on an...
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Views: 8,905
Posted By skookumchuck

After looking at the specific dimensions of the...

After looking at the specific dimensions of the space this evening, I think you're both right. This isn't going to work, for a few reasons. Plus, I didn't realize how much heat the thing puts out...
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Posted By skookumchuck

Want to put convection oven on kitchen shelf, do I need a heat shield?

My kitchen doesn't have much counter space, so I'm exploring the idea of moving the convection/toaster oven from the counter to an open shelf below a cabinet. Ideally, I'd like to use it while it's...
Replies: 12
Views: 1,466
Posted By skookumchuck

I'm thinking full cords. The varmint issue...

I'm thinking full cords.

The varmint issue concerns me as well, in addition to the other issues folks have raised here with pallets or raised flooring.
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Views: 1,466
Posted By skookumchuck

Many of the wood-floor designs I've seen thus far...

Many of the wood-floor designs I've seen thus far have approx. 1 ft of space between the floor and the ground. The floor board are spaced to allow for air flow, and the space between the floor and...
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Views: 1,466
Posted By skookumchuck

Floor idea

Came across this elsewhere. Curious what people think about this floor idea, assuming the proper timber is used.

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