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07-13-08, 06:38 PM
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Mysterious low water pressure upstairs

OK, I'm officially baffled. Our upstairs bathtub faucet was leaking, so I turned the water main off and replaced the faucet itself, as well as replaced the gaskets on both the hot and cold water...
09-20-07, 06:53 PM
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Views: 14,848
Posted By KAveritt

How to clean water spots on granite

Have granite countertops in my kitchen and have developed some water deposits around the faucet on the granite. I read on the "CLR" container not to use it on granite. What is the best way to clean...
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Views: 1,279
Posted By KAveritt

Kenmore IceMaker Debris

I am getting some very strange debris in my ice on my Kenmore refrigerator icemaker. The problem just started when we moved into our new (old) house. Yes, I have a filter on the line, but we keep...
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Views: 1,327
Posted By KAveritt

R25 or PAR30

I recently installed recessed lighting that calls for either 100W R25 or 75W PAR30 halogen bulbs. My question is: which is going to be hotter (these are installed in a kitchen). What's the...
01-31-06, 02:37 PM
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Views: 24,096
Posted By KAveritt

When to prune Crape Myrtles?

We have several crape myrtles and I wanted to know when the best time to prune them is (I live in Oklahoma)? Also, is it best to mildly prune them, or go all the way to the ground? My grandma used to...
01-06-06, 12:19 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 5,657
Posted By KAveritt

Do I need "Backer Board" for this?

I'm installing 4x4 tumbled travertine tiles for my kitchen backsplash. The existing backsplash was laminate, which I have ripped off the wall. The wall has an even consistency. Is it ok to install...
08-18-05, 03:21 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 3,565
Posted By KAveritt

Thanks for all the replies - I guess my concern...

Thanks for all the replies - I guess my concern is this: early in the spring I trimmed my boxwoods with electric trimmers in a square type shape. The next day, the tops of the boxwoods looked like...
08-18-05, 08:22 AM
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Views: 3,565
Posted By KAveritt

Trimming boxwoods-how to?

What's the best way to trim boxwoods - with electric trimmers or manual shears?
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Views: 927
Posted By KAveritt

SUV Tires?

I have a 2000 Suburban I need new tires for (265/70/16). I'm considering either Bridgestone Dueller H/T Allenza or Toyo Open Country A/T. Does anyone have any experience with either of these brands? ...
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Views: 7,001
Posted By KAveritt

Help!!! Spalling Brick

The brick on the south side of my house is spalling - around the chimney especially. Is there anything I can do to prevent further spalling? What can I do to fix the current bricks that have already...
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Views: 1,285
Posted By KAveritt

Paint aluminum windows??

Our new old house has the old silver looking aluminum windows which I dislike very much. At this time, we've burned through our cash on other projects, so replacing the windows is out of the question...
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Views: 1,977
Posted By KAveritt

Try this place...a little more expensive, but...

Try this place...a little more expensive, but close to you:

http://www.fraleystone.com

Good luck, my wife loves the look, and I look like a genius! :D
03-29-05, 08:21 AM
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Views: 1,384
Posted By KAveritt

New gas line question

I have checked my local codes and have been reaffirmed that I can install a gas line inside my home by myself. I have already run this line, which will be hooking up to an existing connection (used...
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Views: 1,977
Posted By KAveritt

I purchased my through a local centurion stone...

I purchased my through a local centurion stone distributor and paid $2.57/sf uninstalled. I installed this myself, and although very messy, it was actually pretty simple and totally changes the look...
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Views: 1,247
Posted By KAveritt

Shower refinishing

I'm not sure if this is the correct forum for this posting or not, but I'm wanting to refinish my existing tiled shower with an acrylic coating using an HVLP sprayer. Does anyone have any suggestions...
03-16-05, 02:30 PM
Replies: 1
Views: 1,982
Posted By KAveritt

How to calculate countertop square footage?

This may seem elementary, but what is the best to way to calculate countertop square footage? Do I merely using LxW or is there another industry standard way? We will be replacing our countertops...
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Views: 1,140
Posted By KAveritt

John, thanks for your reply and useful...

John, thanks for your reply and useful information. How do I calculate what is necessary as you mentioned. I.E. How does wattage translate to amps? Thanks again!
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Views: 1,140
Posted By KAveritt

Recessed lighting retrofit (how many?)

I currently have one (1) small square surface mount light fixture in my kitchen and want to replace it with several recessed lighting fixtures. My question is how many recessed lights can I add to...
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Views: 1,416
Posted By KAveritt

Air compressor with HVLP Gun?

I'm not at all familiar with HVLP sprayers and have a question: I currently have a 2 gallon, 90 PSI pancake air compressor. Is it possible to purchase an HVLP spray gun to use with this air...
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Views: 1,937
Posted By KAveritt

Try these 2 links: www.culturedstone.com ...

Try these 2 links:

www.culturedstone.com

www.centurionstone.com
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Views: 1,977
Posted By KAveritt

You might also try: www.centurionstone.com ...

You might also try: www.centurionstone.com

Just put this up on my fireplace directly over the existing brick and it looks great!
01-28-05, 12:48 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 1,343
Posted By KAveritt

Gas or Electric??

My wife and I are in the process of upgrading our kitchen. One of the items we would like to replace is the existing old electric oven and separate electric range. We are looking at several choices:...
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Views: 713
Posted By KAveritt

Bad Electricity?

We just moved into our new home (the home itself is approx. 40 years old). The junction box appears to be the original and is 120V. We are having problems throughout the house with light bulbs...
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Views: 1,790
Posted By KAveritt

You might check out this link:...

You might check out this link: http://parsimony.smoothcorp.com/3826/Builder-Collection-Woodloc/Store/Subcategory.cfm?subcat_id=10524

I just purchased this and am VERY pleased so far!
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Views: 1,234
Posted By KAveritt

Thanks for your replies...a little bit more about...

Thanks for your replies...a little bit more about my setup: the dryer vent goes straight thru the wall about 12". I checked the outside discharge air and it seemed to have sufficient air flow. I'm...
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