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11-17-11, 01:06 PM
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Re-surfacing drywall after removing backsplash tiles

I have a contractor replacing my countertop and backsplash with new material. For some reason, the previous owner had continued the backsplash tile so extended behind the refrigerator. To cut...
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Thanks for the suggestion. What I'll do is buy a...

Thanks for the suggestion. What I'll do is buy a spare water line to use on the hot water supply and do as you suggest. Hopefully that will force any sediment to empty into a bucket instead of the...
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Ok, I can check the hot water shutoff valve. But...

Ok, I can check the hot water shutoff valve. But if that is not the issue, how would I follow the plumbing backwards? It is behind a wall. Do I snake something down the pipe in hopes that it...
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Low hot water flow for bathroom faucet

I'm currently having a problem with a bathroom faucet's hot water flow. Hot water flow is fine throughout the rest of the house, including the shower that the problematic faucet is located in. When...
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Combination of light sensitive switch and timer

Hi, I'm looking for something that I think may not exist, but hoping someone here might know the solution for what I'm trying to do. My home has 2 lamp posts along the front walkway to my front...
10-13-09, 12:07 PM
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Views: 31,374
Posted By dc1712

Mark, Thanks for the response. I did speak...

Mark,

Thanks for the response. I did speak with the painter and we came to the same conclusion. He said that he was confident the rain would not impact the paint, and he would back it up saying...
10-12-09, 11:51 AM
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Posted By dc1712

Greg, Thanks for the response. Completely...

Greg,

Thanks for the response. Completely agree with you on your points. I realized I didn't properly phrase my questions in my original post. My concern is more of the oil-based paint getting...
10-12-09, 10:38 AM
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Views: 31,374
Posted By dc1712

Using oil-based paint in rainy conditions

I hired a contractor to stain a 4/5-year old fence that had never been stained/protected before, and we decided to use Sikkens Cetol SRD #078 (natural). I have a few questions regarding the results....
09-10-09, 03:17 PM
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Views: 892
Posted By dc1712

The current unit is on the return duct, so I...

The current unit is on the return duct, so I assume it will be in the exact same spot. The current unit is also connected to the hot water heater, though they will have to replace the valve from the...
09-09-09, 06:58 AM
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Views: 892
Posted By dc1712

Question Questions for contractors on humidifier installs

Hi everyone,

I bought my home a couple of years ago and it has an old Field Controls Freshmist 90 unit that doesn't work (drum doesn't rotate as it slides away from the motor and dis-engages). So...
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