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09-29-17, 12:20 PM
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Well, jeez, right under my nose. Thanks!

Well, jeez, right under my nose. Thanks!
09-24-17, 10:40 AM
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Views: 491
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Need space planning help

I'm planning on doing my own kitchen remodel (complete tear out), but I'm hoping to find an interior designer who can take my room dimensions, look at the space with "fresh eyes" and help me...
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Views: 755
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"Hum" sound when shower's on

I finished a bathroom remodel, and now I'm noticing that when my wife's in the shower, I hear a "hum", or maybe a "whine" that sounds like it's coming from the water lines (it has to be, because it...
02-16-15, 06:33 PM
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Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Bath fan placement

I'm thinking this could be a stupid question, but I'm about to install a new fan in a new bath remodel; is the best place to put it directly above the shower enclosure, or in the middle of the room?...
01-28-15, 03:17 PM
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Views: 474
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Need to find 72" height shower enclosure

I just tore out an old shower enclosure that was a standard 60" wide, center-drain, and that was 72" high. I've got a small window and header above that.

I'm having no luck so far finding a...
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Views: 49,223
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

I just don't see how it's possible to clean with...

I just don't see how it's possible to clean with this technology, liquid detergent or not; a quivering, barely-damp pile of clothes is just that.

To me, it's like taking a car through a car wash...
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Views: 49,223
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

"High Efficiency" Washers Are a JOKE

I am so disgusted I could spit.

We bought a Kenmore (model 26002010) top-load washer about a year ago and have been suspicious of the whole "high efficiency" concept and supernaturally...
02-10-12, 11:11 AM
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Views: 2,608
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Okay, thank you! I'll give that a shot (when the...

Okay, thank you! I'll give that a shot (when the weather gets warmer)!
02-02-12, 10:16 PM
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Views: 2,608
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

That's it! Great. Now, just waiting for...

That's it! Great.

Now, just waiting for help...

--Kelly
02-02-12, 05:05 PM
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Views: 2,608
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Hey Mitch-- Well, I put my pic on...

Hey Mitch--

Well, I put my pic on PhotoBucket, pasted the URL into the URL line and did a preview and just got a bunch of text gibberish.

How does "You can also embed the image" work?

--Kelly
02-02-12, 03:33 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 2,608
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Smoothing natural stone

I have a stone entryway for which I went for a real natural look, but after a couple years of living with it I'm kicking myself for going a little "too" natural. I think I recall the stone is called...
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Views: 1,258
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

I can figure out the planing part... my bigger...

I can figure out the planing part... my bigger question is am I screwed using green wood? I installed the main spans about a month ago.
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Views: 1,258
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Entryway Decorative Beams

I'm in the midst of building a "lodge style", decorative enhancement for my exterior entryway. It's two pairs of 4x8 main beams (one span about nine feet and the other about six), and I intended on...
05-11-09, 09:06 PM
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Views: 886
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Green Board question

So, in finishing my bathroom remodel I'm now just wondering, conceptually, why/how green board sheetrock works any differently than normal sheetrock if it's textured, primed and painted in the end...
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Views: 767
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Positioning a Hansgrohe trim template

I just had a plumber install a Hansgrohe tub/shower valve (part #06623000), and my next step will be to cut the oval to let it through the fiberglass shower surround so I can connect the control/trim...
03-29-09, 09:55 PM
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Views: 2,970
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Bullnose corner bead mitre cuts?

I tried Googling this before asking here, but couldn't find much at all. Is there an ideal way to make a mitre cut on (metal) bullnose corner bead other than eyeballing it with tin snips? (That's...
02-22-09, 03:24 PM
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Views: 1,001
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Skylight Tunnel shortcut (?), cont'd.

(Chandler) You mentioned "right" and "wrong", and if my idea is "wrong", that's part of why I asked the question. I'd love to know WHY it's wrong-- I've satisfied the structural issue with the...
02-22-09, 10:31 AM
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Views: 1,001
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Skylight Tunnel shortcut (?)

I've got a 24"x24" skylight I just put in the roof over a bathroom remodel. I've got headers installed where I had to cut into one truss. I'm planning on flaring the skylight tunnel out to the full...
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Views: 747
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Need Toto help!

I'm trying to get hold of somebody at Toto about this as well, but confidence is low... I bought a Toto Aquia Dual Flush toilet wanting to spare no expense for at least one toilet in the house that...
Replies: 1
Views: 756
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Stone grinding (?)

I did a rustic-looking remodel a couple years back in my living room and entryway. For the entryway (meaning inside the house) I used natural Pennsylvania flagstone. I got the rustic look I was...
09-24-07, 10:50 PM
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Views: 859
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Newt-- Yes, "1/4 minus" means "1/4 inch...

Newt--

Yes, "1/4 minus" means "1/4 inch crushed gravel and smaller", and yes, they used a motorized compactor and redid it again today with water and a manual tamper.

I suppose I'll cross my...
09-24-07, 03:05 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 859
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Formal pathway better solution (?)

The landscaping company we hired for a huge project just finished. We've got quite extensive "formal pathways" throughout; they're the 3 or 4 inch profile steel sides staked into the ground and...
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Views: 752
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

How long do I have?

I've got a new cedar deck that was completed in early fall of last year. I'm pretty sure all the wood was milled recently before the install, so I let it sit through the winter and spring of 2007,...
09-21-07, 12:56 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 5,937
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Okay, thanks... and (whew) I found a way to get...

Okay, thanks... and (whew) I found a way to get to it without cutting out anything I'd have to redo.

This is a very helpful forum.
09-21-07, 10:53 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 5,937
Posted By Ikndoituknhelp

Extending Romex/no junction box

I've got a finished bathroom remodel with an issue I hope is not really an issue...

I moved the wall switch for the exhaust fan to the adjacent wall where the light switch is so they're both...
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