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well, what are your thoughts about the cracked...

well, what are your thoughts about the cracked portions of the slab shifting - worth taking the gamble with the tile?

As for the acid, I've used that stuff on our pool and it's nasty stuff to deal...
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What to put on a plain concrete patio deck

We have a 20' x 15' Florida room (covered patio) at the back of our house and I'm unsure which way to go about putting something over the plain concrete floor. My initial thought had been to put down...
07-05-16, 07:12 PM
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First time installing a window

Need some basic advice on installing a window.

We have a rental property where the tenant broke a fair bit of the glass on the window in the garage, so we have to replace it. No local window...
07-05-16, 06:57 PM
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Posted By nicksDIY

Confused on 3-way switch wiring.

We recently had a tenant move out of a home, and while fixing up a multitude of issues discovered that someone has played around with the wiring in the main hallway, and I can't figure out how to fix...
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Thanks guys. You confirmed what I felt was the...

Thanks guys. You confirmed what I felt was the right option. I actually held off doing the cutting for the center cabinet casing today in case I decided to go for the deeper version. So you agree...
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Not sure how to set wall cabinets in study

Just finished putting up bookcases along two walls in our study, and I'm just about to commence the built-in twin desks along another wall. My initial thought was that I would place a single 30" high...
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Yeah, I'm using the AC setting. So I'm...

Yeah, I'm using the AC setting.

So I'm right then, it's the dimmer switch with the built-in light that's causing the anomaly and that everything's okay?
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I'm no expert obviously, but I use the...

I'm no expert obviously, but I use the non-contact version most of the time (just because it's so handy) and usually have no problems with them. That said, I did drag out the multi-meter and double...
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Weird wiring: lights working in strange ways!

A year ago I started remodeling an old room in our house to turn it into a study. Part of the deal was to rewire it for additional lighting in the ceiling for the various book cases and the double...
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