Last Activity:03-01-2007 11:15 PM
Posted in thread: heated bathroom floor on 02-26-2007 at 07:37 PM
yes, it will be tiled
Posted in thread: heated bathroom floor on 02-19-2007 at 07:13 PM
I never really thought of doing it, but this link caught my eye laid out a design, its a
really small bathroom, the heater itself would only be about 5x3 feet. Do they sell this sorta
stuff in local ...
Posted in thread: wood fireplace, how dirty? on 02-19-2007 at 05:48 PM
So I've never had anything besides a clean natural gas "simulated" fireplace. but i just got a
home with what looks like a good old fashioned log burner. I havent even peeked inside yet, but
my first ...
Posted in thread: wood flooring in bathroom? on 02-16-2007 at 12:28 AM
Just wondering, are the current hard wood/simulated woods suitable for installation in a
bathroom in regards to the moisture or water on the floor? Will it cause warping? I'm talking
about the prefini...
Posted in thread: replacing wood support beam with steel? on 02-15-2007 at 05:58 PM
This house I just bought has a big old wood beam support. It's obviously the "bottleneck" for
headroom in the basement. I was wondering if it could be easily replaced with a steel beam that
will take ...
Posted in thread: Hello new friends on 02-15-2007 at 01:02 AM
hey good luck william... im going throught the exact same thing, but maybe 3 or 4 days behind
you... i got an offer on a repo thats overdue for a response. im sniffin' around here looking
for tips on ...
Posted in thread: Steam Generator Pressure Release Valve on 02-14-2007 at 06:07 PM
i suppose you can expect it NOT to be ejecting steam at a regular basis, so why not just direct
it to the floor like on a hot water tank? i'd avoid aiming it at the naked bodies of showerers
if i were...
Posted in thread: Back in the Shop on 02-12-2007 at 06:22 PM
my shop is my unheated garage... and it's about 3 degrees out, soo, i don't get much done in
Posted in thread: LCD TV Mounting on 02-12-2007 at 06:20 PM
cons:-the aftermath when you get rid of the tv in x amount of years-looking up to view, like
you're in the front row at the theater-running all your cabling-heat related failure-a nice
Posted in thread: Attic Furnace on 02-08-2007 at 09:23 PM
Well I'd get right on solving this $500-1000/month problem! You really need to post a dozen
photos or so, they are worth a thousand words!I'm no expert in the trades, but my dad is an
hvac tech and I ...