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10-11-13, 01:53 PM
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Posted By McSh5

And just to confirm - if I wanted to forgo all of...

And just to confirm - if I wanted to forgo all of this, I could just install a flat ceiling and insulate it there, using the existing gable vents, right?
10-10-13, 04:45 PM
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Views: 3,727
Posted By McSh5

Gary - so you're referring to Fig 3 in your link,...

Gary - so you're referring to Fig 3 in your link, correct?

If I wanted to extend the front of the roof to also create a covered porch (adding all new shingles by the way), what would make the most...
10-08-13, 06:03 PM
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Posted By McSh5

I looked at that, but I don't think there is room...

I looked at that, but I don't think there is room below the roof to get into the ceiling joist. The very top of the exterior wall basically lines up with the top of the inside studs. if there is a...
10-08-13, 05:36 PM
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Posted By McSh5

Bump, bump bump, bump bump bump bump bump bump!

Bump, bump bump, bump bump bump bump bump bump!
10-07-13, 11:13 AM
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Posted By McSh5

Finishing a shed - insulation/ventilation question

I have a shed just like this one here: 18884

I want to finish it out to make a home office, but I'm struggling with how to vent it. Right now there are two gable vents. It has a high ceiling...
06-04-13, 02:06 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 3,216
Posted By McSh5

Yes, I got a new cap, 15uF because the old motor...

Yes, I got a new cap, 15uF because the old motor had a 10uF cap.

Yes, I wired black to cool (hi).

Not sure what is meant by what speeds did I select. I wired as shown below in the diagram. ...
05-31-13, 12:18 PM
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Posted By McSh5

New blower motor on furnace = low air flow

I have a Payne PG8UUA furnace that had the blower motor go out last night. Went and got a replacement - AO Smith DL1076. So I went from a 1/2 HP 4-speed to a 3/4 HP 3-speed. Installed it, new...
06-20-12, 01:48 PM
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Posted By McSh5

Ahh. OK. I need to make a run to Home Depot so...

Ahh. OK. I need to make a run to Home Depot so I'll pick up a few bottles and see where I get with it. It has some thickness to it so I'm thinking it's a glaze as opposed to a stain. Thanks!
06-20-12, 09:27 AM
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Posted By McSh5

Yup. I'm starting to lean toward distressing the...

Yup. I'm starting to lean toward distressing the piece instead. It's already pretty beat up as you can see from pretty much every photo. I tried 100 grit on it last night and it comes off but the...
06-20-12, 08:34 AM
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Posted By McSh5

Here is a wider shot. They basically put this...

Here is a wider shot. They basically put this stuff around every single crevice and interior corner on the piece. You can see an off-white outline around every drawer...that is what I'm talking...
06-20-12, 08:25 AM
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Posted By McSh5

Thanks Xsleeper. The first photo is the one that...

Thanks Xsleeper. The first photo is the one that I think makes it more clear. You've got some filler in both of the horizontal crevices there. The second photo shows the same material between the...
06-20-12, 07:41 AM
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Posted By McSh5

Is this wood putty in the crevices of my cabinet doors? And how do I remove it?

So I bought an old credenza last week with the purpose of distressing it using a sand/stain/paint/sand/stain combo I've used before. But now that I have the piece in my home I am having second...
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Views: 7,572
Posted By McSh5

The product is coming from build direct so they...

The product is coming from build direct so they naturally recommend their 3-in-1 product. But reading their website it was created for floating laminate floors yet this is a nail down hardwood...
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Views: 7,572
Posted By McSh5

Underlayment options for engineered hardwood on wood subfloor to reduce sound

I have a 1/2" engineered hardwood that I was going to have installed on a 3mm 3-in-1 underlayment, which would get me close to my existing adjacent floor height of 5/8". The existing engineered...
10-03-07, 10:02 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 1,789
Posted By McSh5

Yeah, I know they have nothing to do with each...

Yeah, I know they have nothing to do with each other...I just wanted to see where your numbers came from. Thanks for the help....I'll probably be back soon as I'm remodeling my entire house on this...
10-02-07, 07:50 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 1,789
Posted By McSh5

Sorry for the confusion...I'm not sure why I said...

Sorry for the confusion...I'm not sure why I said there were 3 walls, I need to do all 4 walls (23 x 12). $8-9k doesn't seem astronomical I guess, but about double what I assumed. Can I ask where...
10-02-07, 04:43 PM
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Views: 1,789
Posted By McSh5

estimating basement remodel cost?

I'm looking to buy a home that has a basement in it I need to demo and re-finish. There was a water issue in the past that has been corrected, and the flooding that ensued damaged all the tongue and...
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