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09-30-16, 07:03 AM
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Replacing Dimmer switch that is also attached to a non-dimmable switch

So my basement has two switches: One on top of the stairs that is non-dimmable and another one in the basement that is. I would like to replace the dimmer switch as I want to replace all the old...
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Patching driveway exposed to sandy soil?

So in order to install concrete piers for posts on the edge of my asphalt driveway, I had to remove a bit of asphalt. So now I am left with a 4 - 5" width gap around these piers with exposed tamped...
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I think the footer starts 2 feet down but goes...

I think the footer starts 2 feet down but goes down deeper, but I will dig to find out. The carport has been standing now for 20+ years without any sinking, but I would like to take it up to code.
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How is my plan to join an old post's concrete footer with a new one?

So I am replacing my carport posts this weekend because of rotting 4x4 posts. It seems as though the posts are buried directly in the ground but likely on top of concrete footers that are about 2...
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I don't believe they used two layers of shingles...

I don't believe they used two layers of shingles anywhere.Writing where the new shingles overlay the old is not accurate, they wove in the new under the old shingles. Oh and this was done in winter...
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Where older roof shingles meet newer ones, how to fix poor seal?

Hi, so about 6 years ago we had all the shingles in our house replaced. Last year we added on a room on to the house, and luckily they were able to find and use the same shingles on the addition....
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Thanks, I actually have some matching stair nose...

Thanks, I actually have some matching stair nose molding, so I will give it a try
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Laminating Concrete landing/step so that it stays in place.

Hi, I am Laminating my whole basement floor which for the most part seems strait forward. But, at the bottom of my basement stairs is a concrete landing/step about 3' x 3'6" and about 3" high.

I...
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