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03-06-13, 03:41 AM
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ooops i forgot to mention its a balloon framed...

ooops i forgot to mention its a balloon framed house. my top plate is all the way up on the second floor. i guess thats what i'm asking... if i cut the header out of one of the 16" cavities then...
03-05-13, 06:39 AM
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thanks for the advice, i do have another problem...

thanks for the advice, i do have another problem though. there is a second window we are removing and i would like to run ductwork up through the cavity, the problem is the original window header. ...
02-23-13, 03:50 AM
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New construction window install with multiple layers of siding

i am currently renovating my kitchen which includes replacing a window with a window that will be above countertop height.

My question is what type of new construction window should i buy if i...
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my plan was to install an engineered hardwood...

my plan was to install an engineered hardwood floor via the floating floor installation, which according to the installation instructions has you gluing between each tongue and groove joint
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Posted By iceeboxx

i plan on sealing between every joint with either...

i plan on sealing between every joint with either glue or at least silcone. also thats why i was considering engineered hardwood as i've heard they hold up to water a little better
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thanks for the advice chandler i would have laid...

thanks for the advice chandler i would have laid down an underlayment then subfloor then underlayment and i would have laid the subfloor perpindicular to the planks. i have screwed a few spots in...
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Posted By iceeboxx

http://imageshack.us/a/img341/3681/kitfloor.png ...

http://imageshack.us/a/img341/3681/kitfloor.png

here are the pictures
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Posted By iceeboxx

thanks mark. i couldn't figure out how to start...

thanks mark. i couldn't figure out how to start my own thread
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Posted By iceeboxx

Raising existing floor

this is my first time posting on a forum so hopefully this is the correct area.

I am trying to remove a wall between my kitchen and dining room to make it one room. there are existing hardwood...
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