Last Activity:05-23-2015 5:37 PM
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Posted in thread: Induction Stove Top vs Regular Electric Element Stove Top on 05-23-2015 at 04:37 PM
I've never used one, but from what I've read I wish I purchased one rather than the 2k I spent
on my GE Pro range. They save energy because most of what's consumed is used for heating the
pan rather t...
Posted in thread: Poorly painted old trim on 05-19-2015 at 05:54 AM
While it's easy to tell you just to replace all the trim, it's pretty costly and laborious to
do so. Depending on your skill set and how deep your pockets are it might be a good idea, but
if you're a ...
Posted in thread: gap under garage door on 05-18-2015 at 12:18 PM
You had the right idea about using a concrete patch to fill the hole. Just get a small
container of premixed concrete. Clean out any loose material and fill in the hole level with
the surrounding floo...
Posted in thread: Fill in exterior doors on 05-18-2015 at 03:39 AM
Yeah right. After your first response but before your second response, which was obviously what
I was referring to.
Posted in thread: electrical ? on 05-17-2015 at 05:37 PM
No...2 very different animals.
Posted in thread: Fill in exterior doors on 05-17-2015 at 02:19 PM
They said it is concrete.
Posted in thread: Poorly painted old trim on 05-17-2015 at 11:39 AM
You don't want to use an orbital sander because of the detail of the trim. Same goes for
scraping, you can do more damage. I would try a nontoxic paint stripper first.
Posted in thread: Fill in exterior doors on 05-17-2015 at 10:38 AM
The exterior door in the bathroom usually opens to a pool area. Here in Florida they're great
to have. Something to consider.Without knowing what you actually have and need to do...it's
going to be di...
Posted in thread: Fill in exterior doors on 05-17-2015 at 09:30 AM
Your major issue is going to be in matching up to the existing exterior wall finish. If it's a
concrete building I'll assume it's a stucco finish. If that the case, you can fill in the
opening with co...
Posted in thread: Replacing Structural Post on 05-17-2015 at 09:23 AM
If you can't replace the entire post you'll need to either sister another post onto it and
leave it, which I wouldn't do, or cut off the damaged plus some and replace it with the same
size lumber, usi...