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I looked everywhere on them and there aren't any...

I looked everywhere on them and there aren't any markings that I saw on the knob or wall plate. I think the shower was added at a later time and the knob and wall plate may have been replacements at...
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Ok, thank you for the link. Yes it's a...

Ok, thank you for the link.

Yes it's a large nut around the green piece.
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Tub faucet cartridge ID help

Recently the water in my main bathtub is only hot, I can't get any cold to come out at all. The other water fixtures in the restroom work fine so i'm guessing the cartridge is to blame. Can anyone...
12-10-10, 09:59 AM
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I forgot to mention there are water pipes running...

I forgot to mention there are water pipes running through one section of the newer crawlspace but they're near the access hole in the basement which is also right at the bottom of the stairs and HVAC...
12-09-10, 03:38 PM
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Cold floors under crawlspaces

The house my wife and I purchased 2 years ago has a partial basement with a crawlspace under the living room and one of the bedrooms, and another unconnected crawl space under an addition which is...
03-05-09, 12:51 PM
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Whoops, I meant he said the higher 6000 has a...

Whoops, I meant he said the higher 6000 has a stiffer frame, which is what he told me when I asked why he still recommends the 4000. He said it like having a stiffer frame was a bad thing..... I'm...
03-05-09, 12:06 PM
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It's only going to be $2 more a window to go with...

It's only going to be $2 more a window to go with the 6000. To achieve the U-Factor of .30 or below on the 4000 they have to put on more low-E or something which will cost an extra $33/window,...
03-05-09, 11:02 AM
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Posted By lucky8926

WW recommends 4000 over 6000. Hmmmm??

I've been researching my butt of lately trying to decide on which windows to go with in my house. I've debated me putting them in vs having someone else do it and although i'm capable of doing it...
10-22-08, 05:19 PM
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Posted By lucky8926

anyone else have an idea???

anyone else have an idea???
10-22-08, 08:07 AM
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I haven't put it up yet but i've already...

I haven't put it up yet but i've already purchased and primed it so taking it back isn't an option. The tile isn't bad but isn't kind of dated and something I don't want to keep up either. I don't...
10-21-08, 10:43 PM
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Posted By lucky8926

I got the tub and tile "epoxy paing" for covering...

I got the tub and tile "epoxy paing" for covering tubs and sinks. Ours is cast iron and probably weighs around 400 lbs so I didn't want to pull it out and put in something new. It's a wonderful circa...
10-21-08, 10:36 PM
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Posted By lucky8926

Wainscoting meets wall tile, how to "finish"

I'm in the process of remodeling our main bathroom. There is tile on the walls a little over 4' up. The tile isn't too bad but i'm putting in a pedestal sink where the old vanity sink used to be so...
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I decided to go with the Bostitch. It seems to be...

I decided to go with the Bostitch. It seems to be what a lot of contractors use so i figured it would be very reliable.
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Posted By lucky8926

Well the other post was to determine if the...

Well the other post was to determine if the Bostitch was good, then I ran across the PC. So this is more a "which one" thread....LOL :)

I'm not really able to get them in my hands and see how they...
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Posted By lucky8926

Bostitch vs Porter Cable...Combo kits

I'm stumped as to which combo kit to get. They both seem to be about the same and the compressors are comparable too (the Bostitch has a larger motor but the PC has 15 more PSI & more SCFM)

I...
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I hadn't seen the ones that PC makes. I only...

I hadn't seen the ones that PC makes. I only checked Lowe's though. I'll have to check into it though. I'm not going to be using them all day every day, just on projects around our new home-- chair...
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Posted By lucky8926

Air nailer "kits"

I've been trying to decide which finish nailer to get and from what i've read as long as you get a good well known brand they're all about the same. The differences seem to be which options you want...
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Posted By lucky8926

Bostitch air tool "kits"

I've been trying to decide which finish nailer to get and from what i've read as long as you get a good well known brand they're all about the same. The differences seem to be which options you want...
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I won't need a brad & trim nailer will I?? I'm...

I won't need a brad & trim nailer will I?? I'm wanting something that will do the trim and stuff but still large enough for bigger jobs (not framing or anything that large)

Gunguy45 thanks for...
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Posted By lucky8926

Excellent!! Thanks, do you remember what the...

Excellent!! Thanks, do you remember what the subject title was to search for??
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Posted By lucky8926

Bostitch F28WW Pneumatic Wire Weld framing nailer

I ran across one of these on Ebay for pretty cheap and was curious if anyone had any opinioins on it. I will be using it for trim work, chair rails, crown molding, etc. I wasn't sure if it is...
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Posted By lucky8926

Bostitch F28WW pneumatic wire weld framing nailer

I ran across one of these on Ebay for pretty cheap and was curious if anyone had any opinioins on it. I will be using it for trim work, chair rails, crown molding, etc. I wasn't sure if it is...
07-28-08, 12:54 PM
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Posted By lucky8926

I thought most of them had styrofoam in them but...

I thought most of them had styrofoam in them but wasn't sure. They were American Craftsman (made by Andersen)

I'm installing them myself so i'm guessing (not positive) the warranty will be voided...
07-28-08, 12:48 PM
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Posted By lucky8926

I'm guessing their warranty most companies have...

I'm guessing their warranty most companies have the warranty only if the windows are installed by a professional. I'm going to put them myself so I would assume that would void the warranty...
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07-28-08, 12:22 PM
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Posted By lucky8926

Foam filled windows

I recently went to a home improvement store to get an estimate on replacement windows for my home. One of the things the guy asked was if I wanted the window casings filled with foam. He said it's...
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