Last Activity:11-18-2010 12:55 PM
Posted in thread: Kitchen Wiring, on 11-03-2010 at 03:26 PM
Hi there ... Speedy Petey is right about the GFI circuits using the #12 wire but you need by
code to have two separate GFI circuits in the Kitchen counter section. This is so if you have
things like e...
Posted in thread: Kitchen Wiring, on 11-03-2010 at 02:14 PM
so, I have a general question steming from this: My kitchen is on one end of the house... and
literally my breaker box is clear on the other side.... can I run a heavier gauge wire across
and do a sub...
Posted in thread: Forgot Vapor barrier on 10-29-2010 at 07:08 AM
It's actually a good thing that you're a bone.......ah ah, I mean you forgot. (hehehe) A
surface membrane, whether liquid or sheet is better than the moisture barrier on the studs.
You're using a thin...
Posted in thread: Is it a foreclosure or quick-sand? on 10-29-2010 at 07:04 AM
Thanks. It seems like an informative and entertaining site.I have only been here 2 months...
its amzaing the amount of knowledge that these guys have here.:welcome:
Posted in thread: taking off plaster/ drywall without losing insulation on 10-28-2010 at 08:20 AM
If it was done professionally (dense pack), it will probably stay mostly in place. If DIY done,
it will all fall out because of different procedures and pressure at the install.Garyso its a
Posted in thread: Shower head, Dielectric union on 10-28-2010 at 08:17 AM
I would truly be surprised if I ever found a steel showerhead. Brass and plastic are very
common.its polished nickle finish, and it really doesn't feel like brass at all and def not
plastic. I guess s...
Posted in thread: Shower head, Dielectric union on 10-27-2010 at 12:40 PM
I am just about done with the bathroom, I have a Price Fister shower head, can i teflon tape it
in and just go to a copper fitting or should I use brass. I know the shower head is not galv
pipe, but i...
Posted in thread: Forgot Vapor barrier on 10-27-2010 at 11:07 AM
So, I feel like a bonehead, threw all of the cement board up in the bathroom last night, but
forgot to put a vapor barrier behind it.Does Redgaurdwork as a good moisture barrier, or do I
ahve to go th...
Posted in thread: taking off plaster/ drywall without losing insulation on 10-26-2010 at 09:25 AM
So in our home, we have a set of walls that I will need to do some rewiring in, and it seems
that we will need to take a portion of the wall out (lower). These are walls that have the
Posted in thread: Glass Blocks? on 10-26-2010 at 09:18 AM
ISUzj, you did an approach to glass blocks that is worth highlighting....which is building a
frame in the opening, and then building another frame that is a slip-fit into the opening
frame, and then m...
I am sorry, but "flippers" drive me nuts; Just because some girl in Cali did it on this one show and made 100K, doesn't mean you can do a half-job and turn a profit
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