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Resealing Stamped Concrete

I have some stamped concrete that was installed 4 years ago. At that time it was sealed with Euclid Super Diamond Clear (SDC). It was power washed and resealed with SDC two years ago and needs to...
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Thanks all, I'll pursue the framer.

Thanks all, I'll pursue the framer.
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Since the home is only 4 years old, this is the...

Since the home is only 4 years old, this is the original roof. Should the roofing contractor cover the repair since it was an installation error?
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Thanks guys. At least we know it's the...

Thanks guys. At least we know it's the underlayment. Since the roof is only four years old and under warranty, is this the type of thing the roofing contractor should cover?
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Per the photo it's about 2'. If it is sheathing...

Per the photo it's about 2'. If it is sheathing that wasn't nailed properly what is the fix?
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I'm a senior and don't get on rooves anymore. I...

I'm a senior and don't get on rooves anymore. I haven't been in the attic yet either. I was hoping someone could tell me what the likely causes and fixes are. If this is something to worry about...
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It's relatively new, 4 years and the shingles are...

It's relatively new, 4 years and the shingles are GAF Timberline HD.
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Buckled Shingles

I noticed this at 10am this morning. I live 60 miles from Canada so summer temps are 70s/80sF. This section of roof gets sun most of the day.

Is this a problem? If so, what is the fix?
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Thanks, since the bedrooms aren't used I've...

Thanks, since the bedrooms aren't used I've decided to move this to a cold weather project. Too much to do right now.
08-06-20, 09:06 AM
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Oatey finally called back and recommended I use...

Oatey finally called back and recommended I use the blue lava without primer. Like I said, confusing. Thanks for the advice.
08-05-20, 12:39 PM
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Ok, finally got the parts from Devine to replace...

Ok, finally got the parts from Devine to replace the slice valve assembly. Only one of the parts is marked "PVCI Schedule 40." Oatey has conflicting info on their site, none of which recommended blue...
07-15-20, 07:04 AM
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Thanks, that's what I thought, but I thought I'd...

Thanks, that's what I thought, but I thought I'd ask.
07-14-20, 02:52 PM
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Cracked and leaking PVC coupling

Per the photos, I have a PVC coupling (black) that has cracked and is leaking on a Divine model
CL501X1, SN 56563-021712220029. It appears the black PVC coupling is glued to the white valve box. ...
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I agree. On the circuit there are two Panasonic...

I agree. On the circuit there are two Panasonic FV-08VRE1 fan/lights that are controlled with 2 switches each, one for the light, one for the fan, so maybe they had some left over cable.
A...
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As I see only one cable going into the mounting...

As I see only one cable going into the mounting box, I don't see how the fans are sharing power with any other devices, including another fan. So, since the only place for the fans to get power is...
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I don't think there is a junction box. I think...

I don't think there is a junction box. I think wiring was run from an outlet to the ceiling mounting box in the photo. Only one 14/3 cable comes into the ceiling mounting box, so I think it's a...
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There are no wall switches that power either fan....

There are no wall switches that power either fan. The fans are turned on with a remote. Therefore, both red wires are capped.

There are only two not working devices, the ceiling fans. All the...
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Ok, I'll check the outlets and switches. Does...

Ok, I'll check the outlets and switches. Does this mean one neutral off a splice could knock out two ceiling fans in separate rooms?
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The two fans were installed in two pre...

The two fans were installed in two pre established ceiling boxes put in when the home was constructed.
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Hot to ground is 120v. Neutral to ground is...

Hot to ground is 120v. Neutral to ground is 118v. This one 15A circuit supplies power to the recessed lighting, plugs and these two fans in both bedrooms and nothing else. All the lights and plugs...
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Two ceiling fans on same circuit not working

I have a Big Ass Fans Haiku ceiling fan in each of two bedrooms that were working when installed by an electrician when my home was built 4 years ago. The two bedrooms are on the same 15amp circuit....
07-06-20, 05:42 AM
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Yeah, I think I've decided to replace it. I'll...

Yeah, I think I've decided to replace it. I'll take your advice and put a loop of PEX so It'll be easy to fix if it happens again.

Thanks all for the advice.
07-04-20, 04:02 PM
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Radiant manufacturer recommends a vacation mode...

Radiant manufacturer recommends a vacation mode of 55 degrees. It rarely gets that cold.
07-04-20, 03:50 PM
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I had not thought about a PEX loop in the wall...

I had not thought about a PEX loop in the wall but it makes sense to try to pull it out. Can't hurt to try. Came out about 10 inches but couldn't see the fitting. So close, but yet so far...

The...
07-04-20, 07:53 AM
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Regarding the heat, there is a spare bedroom that...

Regarding the heat, there is a spare bedroom that isn't used on the other side. Since I have radiant heat, I turn that zone down and the temp gets down to mid 50's in the winter. That can't be...
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