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Posted in thread: new circuit breaker for garage. on 08-22-2010 at 09:46 AM
Well, by code, the AC needs to be on a separate breaker.The regular outlets need only to be run
in, hooked up at the outlets then installed in the panel, ideally on their own breaker
also.Since the AC...
Posted in thread: Paint trim while on wall or off? on 04-21-2010 at 09:03 AM
I think that by the time you mask off all the trim you could have had it already cut in.I often
prime and finish paint my trim in the shop, pin nail it in, fill the holes and then only a
quick brush a...
Posted in thread: Post Your Bathroom!! on 04-12-2010 at 09:24 PM
I did a master bath remodel 2 years ago.From this this content to leave well enough alone, I
just finished the guest bath on Sunday/From this - this in six weeks - walkthrough here
-[ame= - Rem...
Posted in thread: In case you were feeling sorry for yourself... on 06-13-2008 at 09:41 PM
Well, it took longer than I wanted, we have several setbacks and an badly timed bout of the flu
messed us up, but I am finally finished.The final cost was $12k including every screw, nail and
spot of ...
Posted in thread: In case you were feeling sorry for yourself... on 03-08-2008 at 08:49 PM
All the major plumbing is DONE Elect is DONE.All Framing is DONEDrywall is DONE to the Hot
Mop guy, Hardy Board and tile.Floors follow, then It is hooking everything up one last time,
trim and paint...
Posted in thread: Getting pretty sick of the Depot on 01-28-2008 at 08:38 PM
We have a local shop like that, too. It's an Ace Hardware that has been in town almost 100
years. Rex Tomassini Ace Hardware. It's burned down twice since it opened.My wife, the long
suffering Mrs kne...
Posted in thread: Wiring my home for Cable (Dish) & Cat 5 on 01-28-2008 at 07:49 PM
What about just running the cable into the attic then dropping to the rooms, then taking some
cable and running it through the duct work to the basement, then up into the main floor
rooms?DO NOT run c...
Posted in thread: Wiring my home for Cable (Dish) & Cat 5 on 01-27-2008 at 06:30 PM
I have 48 Cat5 cables and 26 1Ghz Coax.If you do not want to DIY this project, think about
hiring a dedicated low voltage installer.If you do want to DIY think about bundling your cables
and running t...
Posted in thread: 1/2 inch Copper around existing Vent Stack? on 01-27-2008 at 06:04 PM
Well, thanks to some suggestions, I think I pulled it off. for the help
guys.Cheers,knewshoundSee the whole project at
Posted in thread: In case you were feeling sorry for yourself... on 01-27-2008 at 06:02 PM
We yanked the old tub are and are turning it into a dedicated shower. old Tub shower is now a
dedicated shower.(Pardon the mess) are putting in a full 6'2" X 30" deep tub in the new space.
of the P...
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