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Wasn't even thinking about a barn.....sorry GWN,...

Wasn't even thinking about a barn.....sorry GWN, at any rate I seriously wasn't making fun (although now maybe YOU should of me :p ), since it IS in fact a gambrel roof :o , you'll have to look to...
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Absolutely..."clean thoroughly in any manner you...

Absolutely..."clean thoroughly in any manner you see fit to use" would be much better. Or even simply, "...restore it's original color."
01-11-05, 02:29 PM
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Posted By jproffer

Point taken, just trying to keep it fairly...

Point taken, just trying to keep it fairly simple, ultimately as Tile said, "ya gotta do, what ya gotta do". Thanks Bri :D
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Dailing the pressure down on the switch, and it...

Dailing the pressure down on the switch, and it not switching on, isn't an indication of switch failure. The air in the tank kept enough pressure(18PSI) on the switch for it not to cut on. First,...
01-10-05, 11:58 PM
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The "not less than half" rule refers to how much...

The "not less than half" rule refers to how much of a tile you would want to have remaining at the edge of a room. Basically, you lay out so that you don't have just a little sliver along one wall...
01-10-05, 11:29 PM
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Not a problem. It was in a different forum, could...

Not a problem. It was in a different forum, could have been why you couldn't find it. I had seen it earlier because I'm not a very loyal forum visitor, I jump around alot :p .Either way no problem at...
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How big is the gargage? Attached or not? Do...

How big is the gargage?
Attached or not?
Do you have help?...and alot of it

I personally don't think this is a do-it-yourself job, unless you have ALOT of experience, especially if the garage is...
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First let me say, to each their own, but I'm not...

First let me say, to each their own, but I'm not a big fan of home owners associations, I like the theory...it's MY house, and if you don't want to look at it... :eek: then DON'T. :D but like i...
01-09-05, 08:35 PM
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Posted By jproffer

read this thread and see if it helps: ...

read this thread and see if it helps:

http://forum.doityourself.com/showthread.php?t=186110
01-09-05, 10:49 AM
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Posted By jproffer

You could add 2x2's to the existing framing so...

You could add 2x2's to the existing framing so you could use 5-1/2" insulation(can't think of the R value right now...how embarassing :o )...anyway, you get what I'm saying. BTW, I realize 2x2's...
01-07-05, 08:16 AM
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Posted By jproffer

I was afraid you were going to ask that :o ...I...

I was afraid you were going to ask that :o ...I know the stuff I'm talkin about, but can't think of a name brand or anything....its just floor filler...ask at the home center, tell em what you're...
01-06-05, 05:08 PM
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Because the flange would be to low. It's not a...

Because the flange would be to low. It's not a HUGE problem tho.

The only reason I would maybe use 2 layers of 1/4" plywood is if you leave alot of thinset on the floor below, but if you can get...
01-06-05, 03:25 PM
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Posted By jproffer

I'm assuming you mean 2x8s layed down, and NOT...

I'm assuming you mean 2x8s layed down, and NOT the joists (for the purposes of this, if i mean the framing members I'll say "joists", if I say "2x8s" I mean the subfloor). It probably was, in fact,...
01-06-05, 04:55 AM
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Posted By jproffer

In response to your main question(pull subfloor...

In response to your main question(pull subfloor or not) and if the plan regardless of what I say is to remove at least the underlay, the best advice I can give right now is, go ahead, get that done,...
01-06-05, 04:47 AM
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Posted By jproffer

Ceramic is some tough stuff, you will have to use...

Ceramic is some tough stuff, you will have to use a hammer and just bust the snot out of it, then pick up the pieces later. If you're worried about damaging your subfloor...don't. It too is pretty...
01-05-05, 03:57 PM
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Posted By jproffer

Agreed Ed, I put 4 or 6 mil over...

Agreed Ed, I put 4 or 6 mil over everything...period....no air leakage.
01-05-05, 10:22 AM
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I tried a drawing, didn't work so well :o , but...

I tried a drawing, didn't work so well :o , but here goes my attempt at 1000 words in place of it.

One way you could do it is to make 2 frame ups, basically so that the framing members cross each...
01-04-05, 04:57 PM
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Posted By jproffer

I stand corrected...thanks coops :D ...I just...

I stand corrected...thanks coops :D ...I just wasn't completely sure about either issue.
01-04-05, 11:52 AM
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Posted By jproffer

Only reason I can think of is that, at least in...

Only reason I can think of is that, at least in my opinion, the glue on the self stick tiles isn't real great, and may not even hold the weight of the tile over time. Since we're talking about it, I...
01-04-05, 12:08 AM
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Posted By jproffer

As long as there is, or you can put, a stud at...

As long as there is, or you can put, a stud at every 48" (or 96" if you're hanging horizontally), then you should be ok as far as seems go. You'll just have to measure each space as you go and mark...
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Posted By jproffer

Do you have a pressure gauge near the switch? If...

Do you have a pressure gauge near the switch? If so, tell us the max pressure you get when not running water, how quickly it drops while running large amounts of water, and if the switch ever kicks...
01-03-05, 07:52 PM
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Posted By jproffer

New construction isn't always necessarily better...

New construction isn't always necessarily better construction and certainly is not automatically sufficient construction for what you want to do. A 100# ceiling fan doesn't really mean alot, that...
01-02-05, 06:25 PM
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Posted By jproffer

I don't either....at least not without more info....

I don't either....at least not without more info.

You want to hang it between 2 walls (I assume), and 2 walls that are spaced correctly already(I hope)...

IF that is the case, you can just find...
01-02-05, 01:50 PM
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Posted By jproffer

AHHHH...wifee...had one of those once :p ...if...

AHHHH...wifee...had one of those once :p ...if she don't like the bench idea, then scratch it, forget I mentioned it, and if YOU mention it, tell her it was YOUR idea....not mine :thumbup: .

Ok,...
01-01-05, 09:54 PM
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Posted By jproffer

One thing you should know is: You aren't...

One thing you should know is: You aren't absolutely bound to use blow in just because that's what's up there. You can buy fiberglass and roll it out across the joists.

If you are going to use blow...
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