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09-11-14, 01:12 PM
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Posted By Deaner13

Chandler, you seem to be the most active person...

Chandler, you seem to be the most active person on the forum! I've seen a lot of high quality posts from you, so I appreciate the advice.

It's a shame there's no way to get the hardwood out...
09-11-14, 11:21 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 782
Posted By Deaner13

Replacing old flooring questions.

Hey all,

Here's a quick summary since I like to give long stories: How can I SAFELY remove old tongue and groove hard wood, and what kind/how do I lay new subfloor over plank subflooring.

I've...
Replies: 12
Views: 900
Posted By Deaner13

You didn't miss anything... But concrete sure...

You didn't miss anything... But concrete sure doesn't go as far as I thought it does. I've got a company coming out tomorrow to see if its possible to mud jack the slab back in to place, but it not...
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Views: 900
Posted By Deaner13

And more rain last night means no pictures... ...

And more rain last night means no pictures...

Pilot Dane: thank you for the advice, I'll look into getting a quote. I live about 4 blocks from the largest cement company in the city.

Stardy:...
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Views: 900
Posted By Deaner13

Jeeze I'm not up to my stuff on this thread......

Jeeze I'm not up to my stuff on this thread... Whoops!

I understand it would be a very rough estimate from halfway across the country, but the area of the slab with damage is approx. 20'x20'. It...
Replies: 12
Views: 900
Posted By Deaner13

@Pilot Dane: Do you happen to know the cost...

@Pilot Dane: Do you happen to know the cost comparison between these services? I would prefer to do this right if the cost isn't too high. This entire house is full of patchwork and it is driving me...
Replies: 12
Views: 900
Posted By Deaner13

I'll put some pics up tonight. A storm rolled...

I'll put some pics up tonight. A storm rolled through last night and now the section that I am talking about is covered in runoff from my dirtpit of a backyard...

Everyone always talks about the...
Replies: 12
Views: 900
Posted By Deaner13

Help repairing slope of concrete driveway

Hey all,

I've been having some major problems dealing with water run-off from my driveway into my detached garage, and as much as I try to water proof the garage door, I can't seem to stop the...
Replies: 7
Views: 1,496
Posted By Deaner13

Johnsc: That's what I thought and just wanted to...

Johnsc: That's what I thought and just wanted to confirm.

I'd rather have to fix a bit of stain on the wall then fix a paint spot on newly finished floors.
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Views: 1,496
Posted By Deaner13

Sorry for the lack of pics last night, turns out...

Sorry for the lack of pics last night, turns out you can't post pictures from your phone on this site....

Here's a couple of pics of the hardwood that was buried underneath the laminate, but is...
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Views: 1,496
Posted By Deaner13

Alright, looks like more demo tonight then huh?...

Alright, looks like more demo tonight then huh? The dining room has laminate placed directly on top of this subfloor and I never use the room, so I could pull out a couple of pieces to get a better...
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Views: 1,496
Posted By Deaner13

Is it possible to use old subfloor as current floor?

Hey all,

I've been watching too much DIY network and it has led me to realize that the old flooring in my house is wooden plank flooring about 6" wide. My question is: Is it possible to strip off...
Replies: 12
Views: 2,031
Posted By Deaner13

I'm not sure if anyone is still watching this...

I'm not sure if anyone is still watching this thread, but the well is cleared out now. I ended up hiring some help from Craigslist, and he did the in-the-well digging while I moved the dirt a...
Replies: 12
Views: 2,031
Posted By Deaner13

Vey, That looks like the right definition!...

Vey,

That looks like the right definition! Thank you :)

Now, just need to figure out how to get it working again.
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Views: 2,031
Posted By Deaner13

Hey Vermont, thank you for your reply. I did...

Hey Vermont, thank you for your reply.

I did some investigating on how other wells in my neighborhood were constructed (or at least registered) back in the 60's and it looks like 33' deep isn't...
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Views: 2,031
Posted By Deaner13

Found an old well, need advice on cleaning it out

Hey All,

First time here, hopefully you guys have some ideas to help me out!

Last week I started clearing out the backyard of the house I bought about a year ago and after taking down a stone...
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