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Posted By connie

Hi Mark, If you go to this page, they have...

Hi Mark,

If you go to this page, they have your gauge for sale (cheap, too)

http://www.northwestpowertools.com/table/2703.htm

By the way, that saw had excellent reviews in '05, so it's not...
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Posted By connie

Ha, ha ha!:D You think I am maybe being naive? I...

Ha, ha ha!:D You think I am maybe being naive? I am an optimist, true, but I am clever enough to know if the government tells me, "This is perfectly safe.", I want to think about that first.:eek:
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Posted By connie

Try it on this one: ...

Try it on this one:

http://www.lrfalk.com/how-much-gravel-do-I-need.html

(Oh, how I love the internet! Remember when a question like that meant searching through books and using formulas?:D ...
04-28-08, 01:04 PM
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Posted By connie

Hi Autumn, I think you could just add a...

Hi Autumn,

I think you could just add a layer of R-19 on top of your R-30.

Just pull the vapor barrier, or, if you haven't already purchased, buy unfaced R-19.

Connie
04-28-08, 12:42 PM
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Posted By connie

Hello, I'm sorry your post has gone...

Hello,

I'm sorry your post has gone unanswered. If you will go to the Department of Energy's home page:

http://www.eere.energy.gov/

There's a search box in the upper right. Just type your...
04-28-08, 12:33 PM
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Posted By connie

Hello, Ottocat... This answer to your...

Hello, Ottocat...

This answer to your question can be found on the page listed below. It is the Department of Energy's recommendations for wall insulation.

There are "clickable" links,...
04-28-08, 12:28 PM
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Posted By connie

Hello, I'm going to give you a link to the...

Hello, I'm going to give you a link to the Department of Energy's recommendations for wall insulation.

There are "clickable" links, including one which answers your question about moisture...
04-28-08, 10:42 AM
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Posted By connie

Hi Capslock, I'm not an electrician, but...

Hi Capslock,

I'm not an electrician, but your post scared me so much, I just want to ask you not to do anything else until you get a reply from the pros:eek:

Any major appliances will require...
04-28-08, 10:29 AM
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Posted By connie

Okay, Brian's right...need more info:D You...

Okay, Brian's right...need more info:D

You could also use a carbide blade in a jigsaw or a roto-zip.

I assumed Larry would know the board would have to end on a stud and cut accordingly, but...
04-28-08, 10:12 AM
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Posted By connie

Robert, if your seller is motivated to sell,...

Robert, if your seller is motivated to sell, he/she should offer to pay for those estimates.

Don't sign anything or put down any earnest money until you have something that says that house is free...
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Posted By connie

Pendragon, Mark and Tow Guy, I both agree and...

Pendragon, Mark and Tow Guy, I both agree and understand...cheap gas and poverty are relegated to many areas of the world, and I wouldn't want to live in those circumstances, either.

But, as...
04-28-08, 05:35 AM
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Posted By connie

Larry, you can upload a picture to a host site-...

Larry, you can upload a picture to a host site- use Picasa if you have a Google account, or photobucket works fine. Post a link here or use the insert icon (right above where we type...looks like a...
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Posted By connie

Thank you, Ken! I'm going to keep it bookmarked...

Thank you, Ken! I'm going to keep it bookmarked to try at the next available opportunity!

Connie
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Posted By connie

Good morning, I have an indoor hot tub in a...

Good morning,

I have an indoor hot tub in a sunroom with 6 sliding doors, 3 picture windows and 4 skylights.

I recommend you get a source for heat (those electric fireplaces are lovely, add...
04-28-08, 03:19 AM
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Posted By connie

Hello Robert, It sounds like you have...

Hello Robert,

It sounds like you have assembled an expert team to advise you...I'm not sure what further advice I may offer:)

You may want to get a second opinion and definitely get multiple...
04-28-08, 03:11 AM
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Posted By connie

Good morning and welcome to the DIY Forums, ...

Good morning and welcome to the DIY Forums,

"Granite tile is typically installed using a layer of "thinset epoxy" to bond the granite to a wood or concrete backing or structure. A slip sheet is...
04-28-08, 02:52 AM
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Posted By connie

Good morning, Larry, a belated welcome to...

Good morning,

Larry, a belated welcome to the DIY Forums! I think it's just super that one new member (Garhett) helps another new member!

And, Garhett's advice was right on the money:D
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04-27-08, 07:05 PM
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Posted By connie

Hello, tornadomom, It depends on what...

Hello, tornadomom,

It depends on what chemical program you are using, but at least every 3 months.

Connie
04-27-08, 07:01 PM
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Posted By connie

Pachysandra makes a lush ground cover for shade....

Pachysandra makes a lush ground cover for shade. It bears little insignificant white flowers in early summer.

Please avoid using ivy as it is so aggressive. Actually, I have tried numerous ground...
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Posted By connie

Oh, that's a big improvement over those fabric...

Oh, that's a big improvement over those fabric things that are supposed to keep the under the deck area dry!

Have you used this stuff yet, Ken?

Connie
04-27-08, 04:20 PM
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Posted By connie

This is definitely the place to come for advice!...

This is definitely the place to come for advice! The big box stores will not be much help to you in a specialized circumstance.

Are you planning to hire a tile contractor for this job?

The 31"...
04-27-08, 03:39 PM
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Posted By connie

Hi, I agree with Z, just cap it. You can get a...

Hi, I agree with Z, just cap it. You can get a cap that has a twist handle that locks in place when turned. That keeps the gas from rising, but if you needed to access that drain again for some...
04-27-08, 03:36 PM
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Posted By connie

Hello, wonderfullife and welcome to the DIY...

Hello, wonderfullife and welcome to the DIY Forums!

I'm sure any one of us will be glad to help if you can tell us just exactly what you'd like to know:D I got some information from your post,...
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Posted By connie

Hi Hotech and welcome to the DIY Forums! ...

Hi Hotech and welcome to the DIY Forums!

When you say, "a soft spot" do you mean it "gives" when you put pressure on it?

Are you able to view the boards under the shower, or is the shower on a...
04-27-08, 04:22 AM
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Posted By connie

Try this site...I think if anyone may be able to...

Try this site...I think if anyone may be able to find it, this is a good bet. It's one price if you know the name and style of your tile, and it's more expensive if you don't.
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