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removing carpet adhesive from hardwood?

For whatever reason in the past, someone felt the need to install a low pile carpet throughout the dining room and kitchen in my house, covering up an existing hardwood floor, from pulling up one...
09-15-06, 06:17 PM
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Posted By ontario026

LOL I guess the title was a little misleading! ...

LOL I guess the title was a little misleading!

Thanks for the info guys, I love this site!!! sooo helpful!!

Matthew
09-15-06, 03:51 PM
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Posted By ontario026

drywall steps?

probably a stupid question, but if redrywalling a bathroom that I am stripping down to the studs and totally renovating, should I install drywall on the ceiling first, then do the walls, or walls...
09-15-06, 11:34 AM
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Posted By ontario026

Thanks Johnny, so I should use 1/2" plywood over...

Thanks Johnny, so I should use 1/2" plywood over the 3/4" planking? do I use any adhesive or thinset to fasten the plywood or just screws? then use a 1/4" concrete backerboard fastened with thinset...
09-15-06, 10:50 AM
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Posted By ontario026

drill 4" hole through rim joist???

In order to install a bath fan in a main floor bathroom with a finished floor above it, is it an acceptable practise to drill a 4" plus hole through a rim joist?? my regular joists appear to measure...
09-15-06, 10:45 AM
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Posted By ontario026

installing bath fan?

In order to install a bath fan in a main floor bathroom with a finished floor above it, is it an acceptable practise to drill a 4" plus hole through a rim joist?? my regular joists appear to measure...
09-15-06, 10:22 AM
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Posted By ontario026

Thanks Herejohnny, I was actually referring to...

Thanks Herejohnny, I was actually referring to the 1/2 inch concrete backerboardbeing used as an underlayment. the actual sub floor appears to be 3/4" t+G planking, I planned on using the 1/2"...
09-15-06, 07:23 AM
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Posted By ontario026

I'm no expert, but I have been researching ...

I'm no expert, but I have been researching bathroom fans, and am under the impression that venting to the attic is a big no-no... You want the moisture to be totally evacuated from your...
09-15-06, 06:51 AM
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Posted By ontario026

Bathroom tile backer questions?

Just planning a bathroom remodel, and was looking for some advice... first off the bathroom is 85" X 60" so it's pretty small, I am going to gut it totally and it will be getting new everything. ...
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Posted By ontario026

deck construction

If building a deck between 2 perpendicular walls of a brick house, am I correct in assuming I run a leger on both walls of the house? and the legers will be anchored with concrete anchors?
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04-23-06, 04:11 PM
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Posted By ontario026

Bathroom Reno advice please!!

Thanks for looking! Our house has one small bathroom, with a small tub, crappy old looking tile tub surround, which the tile then continues around the room at about 4 ft high or so, a crappy old...
03-24-06, 05:20 AM
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Just curious, these ants that are "balled up"...

Just curious, these ants that are "balled up" but still somewhat alive, would these be ants which have come out of the nest to forage for food, but are being affected/killed by the residual effect...
03-23-06, 06:32 PM
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Posted By ontario026

Carpenter ant problem!

We are having a problem with carpenter ants, and they are huge, from what I have seen on the net, I would say they are major workers... tuesday morning I set 6 aerosol bug bombs off in the house,...
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