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I thought it might but could not tell from the...

I thought it might but could not tell from the photo. I presume the board and rock are covering the inlet from the ductwork and will be removed.

If the louver does not protrude too deeply into...
09-07-19, 06:59 AM
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That flap at the top of the blind is definitely a...

That flap at the top of the blind is definitely a good place to expect a bat to roost. I suspect the amount of guano (bat poop) seen on the cushion is due to the cushion being leaned against the...
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Vertical boards or fencing makes good skirting. ...

Vertical boards or fencing makes good skirting.

https://successfulworkplace.org/deck-skirting-ideas/
07-01-19, 10:44 AM
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There are camera systems that will send alerts to...

There are camera systems that will send alerts to smartphones.

Amazon Blink XT can do what you want and it is reasonably priced. It runs on battery (can also run on USB) and requires WiFi...
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Does the color change when you rub some solvent...

Does the color change when you rub some solvent on it? If so it could just be some manufacturing residue that will weather off.

BTW, in general that installation looks kind of gnarly. What is...
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A good source for oddball small parts at no cost...

A good source for oddball small parts at no cost is your local transfer station, recycling center, or dump (or even curbside). Ask if you can pull off a few knobs from a range being trashed.
06-04-19, 06:21 AM
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You can avoid that by keeping the valve turned on...

You can avoid that by keeping the valve turned on while you are winding the hose. Winding with the nozzle closed compresses the hose causing back pressure. By keeping the water pressure on while...
05-31-19, 10:06 AM
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Daubing the joint with PVC cement might seal it...

Daubing the joint with PVC cement might seal it up if the leak is very small and it is not under pressure. Dry it as much as possible (with a hair dryer) before applying cement. Use a stiff...
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I absolutely HATE small slivers in a tile job and...

I absolutely HATE small slivers in a tile job and will do almost anything to avoid them. I think in most cases they indicate poor planning and shoddy workmanship.

In the photo below the window...
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Just my opinion but if I was doing it, I would...

Just my opinion but if I was doing it, I would put the light on the single switch and the heater and vent on the combo switch. The light will get used most and even if the switches are labeled...
04-28-19, 08:57 AM
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The wood under is probably not going to be very...

The wood under is probably not going to be very good or provide a satisfactory surface. You would be better off putting a new veneer over the existing. It is not hard to do.
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