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Removing windows 10

I have an extra computer and want to completely remove windows 10......not revert back to a previous o/s but take it off completely.......

will use a boot disk with the Vista o/s to reactivate the...
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Posted By flbuild

What concrete product do I need?

Would strongly like to pour a 4x12 ft exterior area and slope it approx 1/2". For thickness, would prefer 2" depth, slope to 1 1/2"......

Worst case, at the most if necessary, 3" thick sloping to...
02-11-17, 07:18 PM
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Posted By flbuild

Cali Bamboo advice requested

We are considering using Cali Bamboo (click) for approx. 2200 sq ft of floor
on top of concrete floor, vapor barrier and cork underlayment.

Any advice, suggestions or warnings about the ease of...
02-08-17, 04:06 PM
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Posted By flbuild

Drywall errors

Hello,

Had a "professional" drywall company do the interior walls and ceilings.

Two months later, portions of the drywall has "split" along the seams in two places for about 3/4 the length of...
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Posted By flbuild

Ceiling Fan Remote options

In our new addition, in various rooms will have 4 different ceiling fans....

I have run 14/3 from a wall box to the overhead....I am getting remotes for all the fans

My question: Can I hook up...
05-16-16, 03:31 PM
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Posted By flbuild

Sand Mix Hardening

Hello,

Got my shower pan inspected, and finished the Sand Topping Mix application for the shower floor......

The instructions on curing only mention exterior........

How long should I let...
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Posted By flbuild

Yes ,,,the keypad......my list should have noted...

Yes ,,,the keypad......my list should have noted the 5828V talking keypad......

As for the repeater,,,,it is a large 4200sq ft addition and hoping to add some in the old part of the house,...
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Posted By flbuild

Alarm system buy list: any problems here?

First a couple of questions: Any wireless outdoor sirens for the honeywell 20p? I noticed there are several thinline door/window sensors (5811 and 5820).....do they work as good or better than the...
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Posted By flbuild

Thanks

Appreciate the comments....


Honeywell 20P it is........buying this week...............
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Posted By flbuild

Wireless system recommendations

Got a recommendation for a wireless system......Honeywell Ademco 20P

Looking at everything, while the price is higher than most, not a real problem since the quality is supposed to at least match...
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Posted By flbuild

Floor install adjust flexibility

Hello,

Because of doggie and propensity for marring, have decided on laminate or engineered flooring......

Have rooms: 12x25, 13x25 and the one am most concerned about is 45x22.

The largest...
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Posted By flbuild

Chosun one,,,,,thanks for the great...

Chosun one,,,,,thanks for the great advice........

Hoping that I can isolate certain zones for the detectors......ie, bedrooms not armed while the rest of the house is........wrong?

Just out...
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Posted By flbuild

Dummy Proof Security

Have a rather large addition (70' long and 45' wide) and really want to install a good security system consisting solely of wireless Motion Detectors (dog friendly).

Want to install it...
02-20-16, 07:50 PM
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Posted By flbuild

Doors or Floors?

Have 9 doors to install on an addition.......

Thought it smart to install the doors after the flooring (a few tile, mostly wood).

guessing that the doors would be a much better fit at the...
07-11-15, 12:29 PM
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Posted By flbuild

Compressor Level?

Hello,

Just had a 5 ton heat pump system installed.

My question is: The compressor is not level and tilts noticeably to one side.

Is it a cosmetic issue or should the strain on bearings in...
04-07-15, 10:49 AM
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Posted By flbuild

Divergence of opinion on service

Hello,

We have an existing 200amp main panel inside an existing structure of 4510 sq ft which has power. Have all the wire run to the outside of the house and the rough-in electrical inspection...
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Posted By flbuild

Its a duct

Have a large addition going in (3700 + to heat/cool) and our permit has us with 2ea 3 ton units.

I have talked to several professional companies and have divergent opinions regarding ducts.

I...
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Posted By flbuild

Thank you so much for the great answers.

Thank you so much for the great answers.
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Posted By flbuild

Mr. PJmax, Many thanks for your most...

Mr. PJmax,

Many thanks for your most impressive response.

Since your expertise is vast, and I sometimes like to "press my luck", if you're of mind to, kindly recommend a unit to buy.......
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Posted By flbuild

Wired or wireless - what to buy ?

Hello,

Am almost to the point of installing insulation and still have exposed studs. Am a do-it-yourself person like most of you.

Was thinking wired or wireless security....and now after...
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Posted By flbuild

Bathroom rough-in questions

Getting ready to do what I need for the plumbing rough-in inspection for a new addition....

All the hot/cold water runs are CPVC.

Should the shower head ends be what material so the potential...
12-26-14, 08:50 PM
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Posted By flbuild

Air Handler Wiring

Hello,

Have run 2ea 6/2 copper for 2ea 3 ton air handlers for our new addition.

About to put up the drywall behind what will be the "stands" for the handlers and now am wondering:

What type...
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Posted By flbuild

Yes, MTD belt......bought all three by the...

Yes, MTD belt......bought all three by the numbers on Bolens parts website.

The belt starts off pulling fine and having it up in the air, was able to verify what I'm sure is enough tension to work...
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Posted By flbuild

Bolens, Not being very cooperative

Hi folks,,,

Recently got a 2003 Bolens Lawn Tractor (yea,,being cheap) , Model 13AN683G163 with the variable speed transmission (transmatic?) and downloaded all the operator and parts manuals.
...
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Posted By flbuild

Making Wall Caps

Hi,

Soon will be building about 200' of retaining wall using concrete blocks.

The top caps are unusually expensive (150%+) more than the block and they aren't too attractive with sharp edges...
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