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  • Posted in thread: my cabin is on leaning cement columns :/ on 10-21-2014 at 12:01 PM
    From the little bit of searching I did I see Lally columns are rated around 14,000 lbs. They
    figure the weight of single story structures between 50 and 200 lbs per sq ft. So let’s
    guess in the ...

  • Posted in thread: Return air on 10-21-2014 at 10:29 AM
    Is there tin ductwork behind the grill?

  • Posted in thread: my cabin is on leaning cement columns :/ on 10-21-2014 at 09:00 AM
    Fair enough...then in that circumstance I wouldn't recommend he work under there at all; and
    should shore it up soundly from the outside first. I agree. I understand photography pretty
    well and know ...

  • Posted in thread: my cabin is on leaning cement columns :/ on 10-21-2014 at 06:11 AM
    Thanks for confirming my fear of the frost lifting the cabin. We don’t know the climate
    where it’s located but around here I would see movement at least a half dozen times thru
    the winter....

  • Posted in thread: Will a thin layer of top soil smother brown grass? on 10-21-2014 at 05:25 AM
    Zoysia grass. It goes dormant early and greens up late, but it creates a thick weed-resistant
    lawn. Thatís the stuff. Around here lawns that put that in look patchy in the fall and winter
    as it never ...

  • Posted in thread: my cabin is on leaning cement columns :/ on 10-21-2014 at 05:20 AM
    The only thing I might question is what the winter frost might do. Right now all your support
    points are below the frost line. If you have a lot of temporary cribbing in tight resting on
    top of the gr...

  • Posted in thread: Siding Woes on 10-21-2014 at 05:14 AM
    Sounds like a good plan to me. Get everything that’s wet and rotted out of there. I
    assume the bad roof is now fixed and that was where the water came from.

  • Posted in thread: Return air on 10-21-2014 at 05:09 AM
    I don’t think it will hurt a thing. What is your plan for raising them?

  • Posted in thread: Where do I need a GFI in my kitchen? on 10-20-2014 at 11:04 AM
    I'm still lost when trying to configure the GFCI and the "line" versus "load" stuff. Many
    people wire outlets by bringing the power to the first outlet with one set of the screws on the
    outlet (there ...

  • Posted in thread: Where do I need a GFI in my kitchen? on 10-20-2014 at 10:45 AM
    No Breakers are like what fuses used to be. They do not stop the power until you reach the
    rating. Say you have a 15 amp breaker if you grab onto the hot wire in one hand and the common
    in the other y...

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