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Thanks. Now, do I need a footer for the steps?

Thanks. Now, do I need a footer for the steps?
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Thanks Pulpo. What do you mean by freestanding?

Thanks Pulpo. What do you mean by freestanding?
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New Front Porch and Stairs

Hi all,

My existing front porch is in need of replacement. It currently butts up against my house and the new porch will be doing the same thing. I plan on demolishing the existing and then...
07-25-07, 08:30 AM
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What advantages are there with adding a subpanel?...

What advantages are there with adding a subpanel? If I didn't add a subpanel what size wire would you use? Thanks.
07-25-07, 07:50 AM
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What size wire would you guys use? #8 or #10. ...

What size wire would you guys use? #8 or #10. Thanks
07-24-07, 09:15 AM
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Sorry don't have a camera, but here are the specs...

Sorry don't have a camera, but here are the specs to the saw,

36-L51X-BC50 - 5HP, 230V, 1PH Left Tilt UNISAW
06-27-07, 09:29 AM
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The garage is attached. I'll be the only one...

The garage is attached. I'll be the only one using power tools at any one time. So the most it will be is a DC with a table saw or the DC with the jointer.
06-26-07, 03:48 PM
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There already is electric out there. I just need...

There already is electric out there. I just need a 220 line. Actually probably 2 of them. I have a Grizzly jointer that's 220 and I"ll probably be getting a DC in the near future.
06-26-07, 03:15 PM
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Delta Unisaw Wiring

Just bought my dream table saw. Delta X5 5hp Unisaw. Haven't used it yet because I don't have a 220 line in my garage. The instruction manual says to use as a minimum #10 wire with a 40amp time...
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ok probably mostly 4/4 and maybe a few more...

ok probably mostly 4/4 and maybe a few more thicker boards
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I would like to use the lumber to make some...

I would like to use the lumber to make some furniture down the road after I sticker and dry it. Thanks for all the replies.
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Big Oak Trees

I have two massive oak trees in my yard. Approx. 3-4 foot diameter and about 90 feet tall that I want to bring down. I would like to get this cut into 5/4 boards. Approx. how much board feet...
05-07-07, 01:45 PM
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Subpanel?

I currently have (2) 100 amp boxes in the basement of my house. One for my tenant on the first floor and one for me on the second floor. They are both full. I have a workshop in my detached...
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also, the basement is only partially finished. ...

also, the basement is only partially finished. there is an unfinished area that has the furnace, hot water heater, etc. What if I put the registers directly in the duct like i was saying and then...
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When you say "cut takeoffs in the top of the...

When you say "cut takeoffs in the top of the duct" do you mean to cut the 6,7 or 8" hole in top and tie in the "new" duct and take it to the exterior? If so why can't I just cut a hole in it and put...
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BTW, there currently isn't any registers down...

BTW, there currently isn't any registers down there.
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heat in basement

I'm finishing my basement and I want to cut a few holes in the existing duct and add a few registers to help keep the basement warm in the winter. I'm assuming I"ll also have to add a return. Is...
10-30-06, 01:41 PM
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Posted By rick1896

let me re-phrase that. Where can I find...

let me re-phrase that.


Where can I find out what the max number of breakers my panel can hold?
10-30-06, 01:39 PM
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where do I find out the max number my breaker...

where do I find out the max number my breaker supports?
10-30-06, 12:39 PM
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Sub Panel or Mini Breakers

I currently have 100amp service in my house and I'm out of spaces to add breakers. I need (4) new 20's and a 30 for a 220 line. I was originally thinking of adding a 60amp sub panel. I went to Home...
12-07-05, 09:38 AM
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new oak dresser finish/stain

I'm new to woodworking and I just built a solid red oak dresser. Can you guys give me some ideas as to what my options are for staining and/or finishing it?
I would like it to have a little bit...
06-03-05, 05:50 AM
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heating/cooling new finished attic

Hi,

What are the advantages/disadvantages of installing a "room" air source heat pump to heat/cool a newly finished attic that is approx. 21'X25', 7' high ceiling, R13 wall ins. R30 ceiling ins....
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