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07-14-19, 05:06 PM
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Posted By cbustaylor

I appreciate all the advice. But is it really an...

I appreciate all the advice. But is it really an issue? I guess I'm having cold feet about tackling this. What harm could this cause long term?
07-10-19, 10:21 AM
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Posted By cbustaylor

Contractor forgot to put in a floor duct?

Recently purchased a home that had been gut remodeled by the seller. After several months we have noticed a spot in the kitchen where the wood flooring has slightly changed texture and slats are...
06-11-19, 07:50 AM
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Posted By cbustaylor

Decoupling many lights from one switch

In my garage the two exterior lights, one interior light, and two lights in the garage door opener all run off the same switch. I'd like to split those into exterior and interior switches. All of the...
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Posted By cbustaylor

Relocate internet jack

The internet jack in my new house currently sits above a mantle/fireplace. Presumably it was there because last owner had a TV there but I'd rather just have artwork there and all the internet boxes...
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Posted By cbustaylor

Thanks, that link was very helpful. I hadn't seen...

Thanks, that link was very helpful. I hadn't seen that type of retrofit in the store, only the kind with edison bulb ends.
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Posted By cbustaylor

Will this take a can light fixture?

Throughout my basement previous owner installed 4" recessed lights / cans in the ceiling. They are the retrofit style in which the wiring attaches to an edison bulb like base which screws into the...
01-12-16, 06:15 PM
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Posted By cbustaylor

Here are a couple photos of the window. It's not...

Here are a couple photos of the window. It's not a large window, so seems feasible. But any advice on where to source such wood? Having trouble finding it.

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01-12-16, 09:53 AM
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Views: 1,503
Posted By cbustaylor

All the feedback is much appreciated. And...

All the feedback is much appreciated. And alternatives, like Vermont's suggestion, are great. Another idea we were looking into is a soaking tub (e.g., Kohler's Greek Soaking tub). Like below. Our...
01-11-16, 09:50 AM
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Posted By cbustaylor

Door hardware cost and availability

The previous owners of my house put in an odd mix of door knob hardware. I'm trying to replace some and make it consistent. I'd like to go with the following look:

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My confusion is...
01-11-16, 09:33 AM
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Posted By cbustaylor

Great point about a drawing, sorry. And yes, I...

Great point about a drawing, sorry. And yes, I think my intentions for the space were misunderstood. I think it's the width of the products that will be an issue, not the length of the tub.

Here's...
01-10-16, 09:42 AM
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Views: 486
Posted By cbustaylor

Replacing / recreating grilles

Most of the windows in my house have removable grilles (the decorative crossed horizontal/vertical bars). Several have fallen out and broken for various reasons and a couple are beyond repair.

I...
01-10-16, 09:36 AM
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Posted By cbustaylor

Enough space to fit tub + toilet?

So our master bath is made up of two rooms, one with a double vanity and one with a shower stall and toilet. We're trying to figure out if we can redo the shower/toilet area to be a tub + toilet. The...
11-04-13, 05:22 PM
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Posted By cbustaylor

Still seeking help please. Much appreciated!

Still seeking help please. Much appreciated!
10-28-13, 05:52 PM
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Posted By cbustaylor

Model

Many thanks for the help! The model is the Livestrong LS8.0E. Let me know any additional help I can provide.
10-25-13, 12:17 PM
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Posted By cbustaylor

Troubleshooting AC conenction for elliptical machine

I'd love some help figuring out how to get my elliptical machine powered again. The part of the machine that connects to the AC adapter broke. I'll try to explain, but the attached photo might be...
11-14-10, 10:55 AM
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Posted By cbustaylor

How to use currently unused light switch?

I have an unused light switch in my kitchen (and by unused I mean there's a light switch installed in the wall that doesn't operate anything). I believe it was put there to allow for the installation...
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