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Waterproofing mobile home roof

Hello everyone. We have a 60 year old mobile home in Florida that so far is holding up ok. Florida has had a huge amount of rain over the past year. Dirt from the roof is washing down over the sides...
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Posted By miamia

Thank you everyone for your responses. I...

Thank you everyone for your responses. I understand this better now! Very helpful!
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Thank you for explaining this. Does the flange...

Thank you for explaining this. Does the flange get affixed to the board under the tile or through the tile and the board?

How does one remove the polyurethane sleeve? I can't find information...
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Trying to install new toilet

Hello, we are remodeling our bathroom. Plumber we used is no longer working, so I called another plumber to install the new toilet, now that the tile floor has been installed. He said the flange is...
01-02-19, 09:01 PM
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Posted By miamia

Thank you

Thank you to everyone for your replies; they've all been extremely helpful!
01-01-19, 10:15 PM
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Posted By miamia

More pictures of the drilled/notched studs

Here are additional pictures of the drilled studs in the corner of the shower. I am concerned that the strength of the studs is compromised. I am about to affix some very heavy tiles on the wall,...
01-01-19, 09:35 PM
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Posted By miamia

So if I'm reading this correctly, there should be...

So if I'm reading this correctly, there should be wood blocking behind the pex, at least where it connects at a right angle. Should the pex be affixed to the wood by a metal strap?
01-01-19, 02:59 PM
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Posted By miamia

OK, thank you Norm. We'll try that.

OK, thank you Norm. We'll try that.
01-01-19, 01:37 PM
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Posted By miamia

Yes, you can feel the pipe move while holding it...

Yes, you can feel the pipe move while holding it during the drip sound. I know it's not the drain trap because that's under the bathroom sink, and I hear the drip noise at eye level and higher. ...
01-01-19, 01:17 PM
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Posted By miamia

Was this bath renovation done correctly?

Hello, we are remodeling our master bath. Fiberglass tub was pulled out and since then, when hot water is run in the bathroom sink on the other side of the wall, there is a loud click or drip sound...
07-28-17, 06:39 PM
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Posted By miamia

Thank you for responding. I'll keep looking. ...

Thank you for responding. I'll keep looking.
BTW, I didn't know one could custom print their wallpaper!
07-27-17, 07:22 PM
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Posted By miamia

Can anyone identify this wallpaper please?

Hello, I am trying to identify this wallpaper. Does anyone know what this is? Thank you.

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11-17-16, 07:08 PM
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Posted By miamia

Looking for hardware for cafe curtain rods

Hello,

Does anyone know where I could find this type of hardware for some curtains I am hanging? I know there are also spring rods I could use, but I am looking for this specific kind of...
10-22-16, 07:47 PM
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Posted By miamia

The windows were measured to be the same size as...

The windows were measured to be the same size as the old windows. They did not cut any framing, that I know of (!).
10-18-16, 02:40 PM
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Posted By miamia

Thank you to everyone who has responded. I hate...

Thank you to everyone who has responded. I hate to say it, but I think they used alot of caulk.

When I get to Florida, I will send pictures. As I mentioned earlier, I am not in Florida,...
10-15-16, 05:51 PM
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Posted By miamia

OK, thank you very much for this advice. I guess...

OK, thank you very much for this advice. I guess I should also ask the installer himself what he thinks is the problem, although I doubt I'll get a good answer.
10-12-16, 08:21 PM
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Posted By miamia

Thank you very much for your suggestion. I will...

Thank you very much for your suggestion. I will try to look into this. There are also alot of termite problems in Florida, but we try to be on top of that. The floor has always felt very solid to...
10-08-16, 12:55 PM
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Posted By miamia

The mobile home is in Florida. I am not there...

The mobile home is in Florida. I am not there right now, and I don't have pictures to post, unfortunately. The problem is not with the door itself. The door is a symptom of the overall problem. ...
10-05-16, 06:49 PM
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Posted By miamia

Thank you for your ideas. The mobile was built...

Thank you for your ideas. The mobile was built in '64, but it's been stable until this. It's in need of updating, and this was the first project we undertook. We used a person who is not with a...
10-05-16, 03:30 PM
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Posted By miamia

Side of mobile home bulging outward

Hello,

We replaced our awning windows with American Craftsman windows last year. About a month later, the door to our mobile started to drag on the top step. Inside, I noticed a gap (about 1/2")...
05-07-15, 06:28 AM
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Posted By miamia

Ok, thank you so much for your answer. That...

Ok, thank you so much for your answer. That helps!
05-04-15, 09:19 PM
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Posted By miamia

Replacing top sash of single hung American craftsman window.

Does anyone know if it is possible to remove and replace the top sash of an American Craftsman single hung window?

I ordered clear glass and my contractor put it in before I had a chance to see...
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Posted By miamia

I am caulking where the steel tub meets the...

I am caulking where the steel tub meets the porcelain tile surround. It's actually my contractor who will be caulking. He's ok using whatever I suggest. It's just that I want to get the product...
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Posted By miamia

My problem is not a matching issue. I was just...

My problem is not a matching issue. I was just wondering about the actual chemical makeup and brand name of the caulk I should use. Acrylic, siliconized acrylic, acrylic latex, polypropylene, PVC?
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Posted By miamia

Type of caulk to use between tub and tile

Our contractor installed a tub last year, and he's pretty sure he caulked it with Polyseamseal. About 10 months later, small gaps developed in several places. I'm thinking it is because there is...
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