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05-02-16, 01:36 PM
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Thanks for the help. I'll be sure to drill in...

Thanks for the help. I'll be sure to drill in those areas.
Any advice about putting a sleeve around the frost free sillcock through the cinder blocks?
04-30-16, 08:05 AM
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New sillcock in crawl space

I'm relocating my sillcock so it's easier to access. I will be rerouting the pipes in my crawl space, running pex off the current copper pipe about 10-12' to another wall then through the cinder...
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Views: 738
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Thanks for the link. I recognize a lot of those...

Thanks for the link. I recognize a lot of those pictures from my local code. It lists using through bolts much like my local code. When I search for "through bolts" I don't find any product that...
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Views: 738
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It is a basic stair coming off at 90 degrees....

It is a basic stair coming off at 90 degrees. Nothing fancy so hopefully that will work. Trying to post a pic from my phone but that's eluding me at the moment.

So I'll put another question out....
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Deck stair and guard rail

I am replacing the railing on my deck and the posts, as most were installed incorrectly. One staircase (5 risers) also needs a new railing installed, the other stairs need a replacement railing.
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Aha! That sounds much better. There seems to be a...

Aha! That sounds much better. There seems to be a lot of ways of doing these from reading online. If I leave a space for the skirt, is there and reason to notch the skirt for each step? I figured I...
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Views: 864
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The scribed line makes sense re: tear out,...

The scribed line makes sense re: tear out, thanks! And I'll definitely spring for the carbide tips. Knew there had to be a reason for the price difference.

This gets away from my initial...
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Joecaption: It is only 3 steps down into a...

Joecaption:
It is only 3 steps down into a sunken living room so I'll do the best I can for the angles. Will probably start with some scrap to test.
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Views: 864
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Any reason this blade is so much cheaper? Dewalt...

Any reason this blade is so much cheaper? Dewalt is a brand name and its 60 teeth but it's less than 1/3 of the Diablo:
http://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-DW3332-Combination-Diamond-Knockout/dp/B00004RH4N
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Thanks for the help! I'll get the 60T blade....

Thanks for the help!
I'll get the 60T blade. And I'll be sure to work with the bottom up.
What's the purpose of scoring a razor line? Just to clearly mark my line, or to make the cut...
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Circular saw blade question

I have a 7 1/4" circ saw that came with a standard blade (18T or 24T, I forget which). I need a new blade to make nice smooth cuts on trim and maple stair treads for my current project, but I wasn't...
10-05-15, 12:02 PM
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Thanks for the advice. I guess I might try and...

Thanks for the advice. I guess I might try and rough together some to try walking on both. We have gotten used to the higher risers, but maybe the lower would be more comfortable.
10-04-15, 07:30 PM
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Views: 820
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Stair Risers: Too Big or Too Small?

I am rebuilding a small set of steps leading to a sunken living room. The total rise is about 26", meaning I can either use two risers of about 8.67" or three risers of 6.5". We currently have two,...
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