Last Activity:05-17-2013 8:45 PM
Posted in thread: Install Quarter Round when there is large gap underneath the baseboard? on 05-17-2013 at 07:27 PM
Use the quarter round method. You will make an awful mess removing and replacing the
baseboards.I actually did this on a house where the carpeting had been removed before closing.
The original owner w...
Posted in thread: Install Quarter Round when there is large gap underneath the baseboard? on 05-17-2013 at 07:06 PM
Hello.I recently purchased a house and ripped out all the carpets (so I can refinish the
hardwood floor underneath).I noticed is that the gaps underneath the Baseboard for two walls
are fairly big. Th...
Posted in thread: Accidently drilled into wood support while drilling for window brackets on 06-19-2011 at 09:49 PM
Hello. Need some advice in this area.I was installing a windows bracket and I accidentally
drilled a small hole into the wood support behind the dry wall (above the first floor window
and right below ...
Posted in thread: Please help strange buzzing object in the basement on 04-14-2011 at 08:47 AM
Sorry for the late reply.Anyways, it was indeed the door bell, after un-stucking the button
everything went back to normal.Thanks for the help everyone.
Posted in thread: Please help strange buzzing object in the basement on 04-03-2011 at 08:31 PM
Hello, this thing in my basement started buzzing today and I couldn't figure out why it is
doing it and what it is. It is located in my basement enclosed in a plastic cap, and as far as
I can tell the...
Posted in thread: Switch rewiring help (adding a swtich) on 01-03-2011 at 11:35 PM
Hello, just wondering if anyone can help me with this, here's the current situation.For my
powder room, one switch is used to control both the fan and the lights. It is a simple two way
switch. In the...
Posted in thread: Wet rot treatment, does the damaged spot must be removed? on 05-06-2009 at 11:16 AM
Hello, due to the previously leaking roof, there is a small area in my fascia that ended up
going through some wet rot. As far as I can tell the new roof has fixed the dampness issue and
the area is n...
Posted in thread: Is Drip edge needed in this situation? on 05-05-2009 at 02:49 PM
DaveyDIYit is between 35 and 45 degree I think. Ice/water shield and tar paper were used, and
he did not include the drip edge in the original estimate either.glennjanie and Daryl in
Nanoose, thanks, ...
Posted in thread: Is Drip edge needed in this situation? on 05-04-2009 at 09:31 AM
Hello, recently I have just installed the new architectural shingles (40 years), and the
contractor did not include drip edge. His reasoning was that since the shingle overhang is
between 3/4th of an ...
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