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  • Worked in construction related jobs all my life.
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  • Currently upgrading to a 200a panel, doing a retro-style vinyl siding job, have refinished part of the hardwood floors, took chimney down off the roof and put new shingles on, left the fireplace open inside and installed gas logs, getting rid of a 50 year old concrete block retaining wall, fencing our boundries, and on and on and on.


  • Posted in thread: Installing new furnace question. on 09-09-2009 at 10:50 PM
    Welcome Flipper:The filter has a resistance to air flow, depending on which type you use. The
    size of the filter is larger to allow as much air as the smaller opening would pass.It is
    possible to put ...

  • Posted in thread: Rinse agent cup on 09-09-2009 at 10:42 PM
    Hello KOK:I don't know where the rinse agent comes out but my dishes sure let me know when its
    all gone; wow look at the spots. I don't know how hard your water is but I would bet you can
    see the diff...

  • Posted in thread: Electric Stove Replacement on 09-09-2009 at 10:31 PM
    Hello Stanigator:My mistake, it is entirely possible that a new range of higher quality won't
    burn out the burners nearly as often. The self cleaning feature could be a big help too; I have
    noticed bu...

  • Posted in thread: Random Facts on 09-09-2009 at 10:21 PM
    Wow! I'm certainly impressed!!!Glenn

  • Posted in thread: Drywall Directly on Concrete on 09-09-2009 at 10:14 PM
    Welcome Nick:You can hang drywall on the blocks with Contech PL 400 (a construction adhesive).
    I know, I recommend that brand a lot but I had super experience with it. We built over 1,000
    houses that ...

  • Posted in thread: Electric Stove Replacement on 09-09-2009 at 10:04 PM
    Hello Stanigator:There should be an appliance repair parts store in your city, where you can
    buy new burners and contacts. I don't think the self-cleaning option has anything to do with
    making burners...

  • Posted in thread: Recreating fireplace "frieze" on 09-09-2009 at 09:57 PM
    Welcome Dancer:I would look around for a wood carving in antique stores, at cabinet shops,
    reclaimed building materials stores or the internet. A good construction adhesive should hold
    it in place.Gle...

  • Posted in thread: T1-11 Siding Question on 09-09-2009 at 09:52 PM
    Welcome RTvorik:I would use Contech PL 400 construction adhesive; it remains waterproof and
    will hold anything. I used barrels of it in a modular home plant and never had a failure.Glenn

  • Posted in thread: rotting beam on 09-09-2009 at 09:48 PM
    Hello SeaOx:That is a good price! I charged that much to raise a house 20 years ago. We had
    already done extensive rehabilitation work on the house and I could'nt be sure how much of it
    might be damag...

  • Posted in thread: PLEASE HELP! AC drain pipe caused flood on 09-08-2009 at 04:56 PM
    Hello SLPStang:I vote for KOK's remedy; snake the pipe out and put a 'running trap' on the
    lower end to keep the insects from getting into the pipe. The trap will drown them and the
    condensate will wa...


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