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No expert by any stretch, but I have both ways in...

No expert by any stretch, but I have both ways in the house. Why the house builders (1952) didn't carry one direction on the whole first floor is beyond me. Where the oak runs with the joists I have...
06-13-10, 06:31 PM
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Sagging Floor

I have to start somewhere as there isn't a general floor section. I currently don't know what will be the final floor in the kitchen I have been slowly doing for over 18 months. The slow build is...
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Thank you for your thoughts and the interesting...

Thank you for your thoughts and the interesting points you raised. The area is right over and next to the plumbing wall so there will be some air flow. I do agree about not spotting a small problem...
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Painting the back side of sheet rock

You might think I'm nuts, probably am, but here is the issue. I'm currently re-doing my entire kitchen and above the wall cabinets up in the joists is the upstairs tub drain and trap. While working...
02-21-10, 07:02 PM
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Posted By Wayne64

No picture at this time as this old disabled vet...

No picture at this time as this old disabled vet is beat, but you are 100% correct in the assessment of my problem. There is a 3" elbow in that bay. I have maybe? 3" above it and to make matters...
02-21-10, 05:19 PM
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Sorry about the picture size, I'm slow but...

Sorry about the picture size, I'm slow but managed to resize it. As far as the hood went I thought we weren't supposed to mention brands. I'm going to use a 33" J series Starmark which unlike your...
02-21-10, 03:18 PM
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Posted By Wayne64

Stove hood question

I have been (slowly) totally re-doing my kitchen. And the design is set in my head. Half the kitchen is completed see below. I am now up to roughing in the last of the electrical and the duct for the...
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Posted By Wayne64

Thanks for the additional input. Have a great 4th.

Thanks for the additional input. Have a great 4th.
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Posted By Wayne64

Thanks GunGuy, you have helped me in the past...

Thanks GunGuy, you have helped me in the past with other questions. So I should use those caps on unused taps? Also I'll do my best on cutting down on the splitter count but with 30 years of cable...
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TV cable questions

I have Cablevision and was wondering how much signal loss does one get using lots of splitters? Is there a right way to feed all the different areas of the house? My other question deals with those...
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Posted By Wayne64

The final floor will be 1/4" stapled to the 1/2"...

The final floor will be 1/4" stapled to the 1/2" with either sheet or tiles in vinyl. This will get very close to my height of my hardwood floors next to the kitchen.
04-07-09, 05:44 PM
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So if I follow you correctly, I'll bring it up in...

So if I follow you correctly, I'll bring it up in the back corner of the cabinet with a ell and then I'm horizontal for a P-trap.
04-07-09, 02:14 PM
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Thanks Ray, that answer made good sense to me....

Thanks Ray, that answer made good sense to me. I've never had a GD but I take it the switch would be at the same elevation as the counter top receptacles?
04-07-09, 02:05 PM
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Posted By Wayne64

Kitchen sink rough in?

I'm relocating my sink to another wall, and because it's an out side wall I'll have to come straight up through the floor. I can use an approved Air Admittance Valve by my codes and the 1/2" H&C will...
04-07-09, 01:36 PM
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Posted By Wayne64

Dishwasher rough in?

I realize, and have planned for a single circuit to the dishwasher. The wall is still open where it will end up. Should I add a box and 20amp receptacle or just bring the wire up through the floor...
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Painting Sub-Floor?

Here is my problem, I'm old and slow, also combat disabled. I finally have started the kitchen I promised a long time ago. It will be twice the size and I'm making progress but slowly, I also have...
02-06-09, 06:55 PM
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Posted By Wayne64

Yes all plywood boxes. They do carry two lines...

Yes all plywood boxes. They do carry two lines though, one with 3/8 ply sides and the other with 1/2" ply. Lots of possibilities with this semi custom company as I can change width, height, no toe...
02-06-09, 05:35 AM
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Posted By Wayne64

Starmark Cabinets

I was just curious how the Starmark line stacked up against some of the others out there. TIA
12-26-08, 08:30 PM
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Posted By Wayne64

Cabinet thoughts, please?

I've done a bit of reading not to mention looking at a number of stock sized / semi custom makers books etc. After coming up with a good design it seems only Lowes Kraftmaid has most of the styles...
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Posted By Wayne64

Thank you for the answer, especially the part...

Thank you for the answer, especially the part about that the 3/4" valve will help in the purge. :D
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Posted By Wayne64

Mono-Flo Tee / kick space heater

Upon doing all the reading I could find I'm looking for an experienced answer. What I have is a single loop hot water zone on the first floor (slant fin baseboard). I'm redoing my kitchen and some...
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Posted By Wayne64

Thanks for the reply on the paper. The basement...

Thanks for the reply on the paper. The basement is finished and heated so me thinks the paper is useless. But what about reusing the hardwood I remove?
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Posted By Wayne64

50 year old hardwood floor questions

It seems I may have one last major DIY project left in this beat up body. I finally got started on a complete kitchen redo where I'm using an adjoining room to double the size. The room I'm grabbing...
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Posted By Wayne64

Thank you, I can't believe what I got with the...

Thank you, I can't believe what I got with the search "coping crown molding"
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Posted By Wayne64

Coping question

It's been years since I have coped cove molding around ceilings. I currently have a kitchen to DIY and need to relearn since the cabinets will be capped with crown molding. Does anyone have a good...
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