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02-29-20, 07:38 AM
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Posted By Handyman_Shane

Looks like the one edge is fairly straight from...

Looks like the one edge is fairly straight from the photo. The best solution on my opinion would be to mark a straight edge on the other tile and remove and install a white marble threshold between...
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Views: 198
Posted By Handyman_Shane

Manden nailed it on the head. Its called an...

Manden nailed it on the head.
Its called an anti-scald device. It actually limits the maximum amount of hot water coming from the fixture keeping the cold water on. In most situations its best for...
02-20-20, 04:52 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 246
Posted By Handyman_Shane

I guess to me you might also want to look at how...

I guess to me you might also want to look at how much it is worth? I don't know what you value your time at per hour but, with the amount of work you are going to go through to try and free this up...
02-17-20, 04:40 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 279
Posted By Handyman_Shane

Unfortunately you are missing a vital part of...

Unfortunately you are missing a vital part of this project. The manufactures instructions. I am going to say from looking at the picture you uploaded, that you are missing a transformer somewhere. ...
02-11-20, 04:32 AM
Replies: 2
Views: 175
Posted By Handyman_Shane

Your initial thought of adding sand and tamping...

Your initial thought of adding sand and tamping then a vapor barrier is spot on. Do not add concrete to this area. The access to the trap is the purpose of the size of this hole. Once you have...
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Views: 404
Posted By Handyman_Shane

The least expensive fix is to replace. ...

The least expensive fix is to replace. Unfortunately like "Marq1" said , the damage is done. It is too late to patch or seal. At this point the best option is going to be an inexpensive laminate...
02-05-20, 07:49 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 336
Posted By Handyman_Shane

If the flooring has a backing on it you shouldn't...

If the flooring has a backing on it you shouldn't NEED an additional underpadding. Now to look at the issue of it being in a basement and the floor being cool.
This is a product we have used...
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Views: 385
Posted By Handyman_Shane

There are hundreds of combinations of products...

There are hundreds of combinations of products that are used for creating laminate flooring. Hence, why different manufactures have different limits. Not all things are created the same. Do your...
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Views: 385
Posted By Handyman_Shane

So you haven't purchased yet. Then I would advise...

So you haven't purchased yet. Then I would advise seeking out a product that does fit your desires in look and installation specs.
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Views: 385
Posted By Handyman_Shane

You mentioned that "I once read some...

You mentioned that
"I once read some instructions that if you are going to use laminate on floor longer than 40 feet, you should insert a "T-junction / transition"."

Where did you pick up this...
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Views: 216
Posted By Handyman_Shane

It sounds like you have the hot line wired to the...

It sounds like you have the hot line wired to the load side not the line side of the GFCI outlet. If wired that way the breaker will not break but the power will be not be accessible as the GFCI is...
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