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Agreed. But I had joists that completed rotted...

Agreed. But I had joists that completed rotted out in that time. Let alone the 5/4" decking.
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PT Pine vs Choicedek vs Trex Select for rehabbing deck.

I have a nearly 10 year old deck that is built from treated lumber with 5/4" treated pine decking. That was then all stained with "One Time" Red Cedar penetrating stain. Tip: It's junk and don't use...
05-03-18, 09:14 PM
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Also have a sagging gate....

I just replaced a fence and had a similar problem. My post at the end of the fence is supporting a gate perpendicular to the rest of the fence. I believe the post is pulled a bit out of plumb...
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Still couldn't get the spreadsheet to work right,...

Still couldn't get the spreadsheet to work right, so thanks for posting that. That does indeed look like my hinge. I'm impressed that Woodworker Express has them for $2.14 for the hinge and plate....
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pugsl- No wood workers here. But I am going to...

pugsl- No wood workers here. But I am going to head to one of the other cabinet hardware stores tomorrow...

Handyone- I followed your directions, but the excel spreadsheet is giving me trouble. I...
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Appropriate Blum hinge for my cabinets?

I am building my own inset face-framed cabinets and am ready to install the doors. However, I'm not sure which hinge to choose. I was looking at the Rockler guide...
12-20-14, 08:29 PM
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That would be great, but I already have the pump....

That would be great, but I already have the pump. FWIW I pitched the check valve and bought a more substantial one. I am hanging it from the sink for the moment, and nearly have all of my solvent...
12-20-14, 06:17 AM
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I'd rather avoid an ugly block of wood under it...

I'd rather avoid an ugly block of wood under it if at all possible, but that may not be an option. They didn't provide any kind of mounting brackets on the pump like some others do.
12-19-14, 05:43 PM
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I figured I'd follow up. I ultimately ended up...

I figured I'd follow up. I ultimately ended up going with regular drywall over the joists. As RatLabGuy noted, ducts and such might complicate matters. After I ended up rerouting all of the...
12-19-14, 05:35 PM
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Question Supporting an inline utility tub/sink sump pump

I am installing a Mustee Utilatub (http://www.mustee.com/product-lines/laundry-utility-tubs/19F-19W.html) in a basement remodel. In order to get to the sewer line I am using a Myers MUSP 125 sump...
09-14-14, 06:28 PM
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I'm not actually as worried about sagging (bowing...

I'm not actually as worried about sagging (bowing down between the joists over time) as I am breaking of a long, narrow strip when taking in/out. The suspended piece will be ~12-14" x 8-10'. So it...
09-02-14, 06:27 PM
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True. Though I was only charged $20 since I have...

True. Though I was only charged $20 since I have one of their service plans...
09-02-14, 02:09 PM
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Okay. Tech came out and looked... Bad leg. Only...

Okay. Tech came out and looked... Bad leg. Only getting 110V. This explains why my tester was showing current. Turns out I had a bad breaker. For some reason taking that breaker out to disconnect the...
09-02-14, 07:45 AM
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Nothing was disconnected outside; only at the...

Nothing was disconnected outside; only at the main breaker box inside. I'm not home at the moment so I can't test anything. Will post when I learn more this afternoon. And, yeah I should replace the...
09-02-14, 05:49 AM
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Noted on the voltmeter. I did not disconnect the...

Noted on the voltmeter. I did not disconnect the thermostat wire. I only disconnected the power at the breaker box and then reconnected in the same way. I suppose it is possible that one of the lugs...
09-01-14, 10:00 PM
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I don't have a meter, just a current tester (the...

I don't have a meter, just a current tester (the type that picks up the electric field and beeps). No, I meant the blower of the furnace. Nothing happens on the unit outside the house.
09-01-14, 09:09 PM
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Question Disconnected electricity, reconnected- now compressor won't kick on

I had to re-route the power to the compressor on my AC system so I disconnected the breaker, re-ran the run then hooked it back up. I am confident that I reconnected the breaker properly (I took a...
08-31-14, 03:31 PM
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They probably will be a bit awkward to get...

They probably will be a bit awkward to get in/out, but I probably will never have to get back up there (fingers crossed)(:)
Def planning on painting, not staining and painting each piece before...
08-31-14, 08:34 AM
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My basement ceiling idea...

I've never seen this done, but I was wondering if I could get feedback from some of you on this idea.... I'm finishing out our basement, which like many has low ceilings of exposed joists. At the...
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"It's main pupose is atheistic." LOL! I didn't...

"It's main pupose is atheistic." LOL! I didn't realize sealers could be Godless.
Anyway, yeah, it is pretty much as I thought. No go on sealer.
Have any of you heard of using diatomaceous earth...
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Question Seal old brick paver patio or not?

I have a patio made mostly of 100+ year old core bricks. I love the weathered look, but every winter some of the bricks soak up enough water to explode during the freeze/thaw cycles. Each spring I...
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I'm familiar with this, the hide-a-bed kit and...

I'm familiar with this, the hide-a-bed kit and many others. I'm not a fan of the way most of them look. One of the main things I'd really like in my wall bed is that it sit higher off the floor. Most...
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czizzi thanks for the feedback Desk- -When in...

czizzi thanks for the feedback
Desk-
-When in the down position, what keeps the bed from flopping down when the desk becomes overloaded
- I would have a set of catches (though I'm not sure on...
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Okay. I am attaching photos. However, Sketchup is...

Okay. I am attaching photos. However, Sketchup is hardly an obscure program. It is a spun off Google project that is one of the most commonly used CAD programs (and is free). My friend who is an...
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New Queen size murphy bed design

A couple of years ago I got interested in the idea of a murphy bed and browsed around looking at designs, kits, and parts. It seems like there are a couple of main designs out there, but I wasn't...
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