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  • Posted in thread: shoe molding and caulking on 11-18-2008 at 11:20 AM
    Agreed! - My hand nailing skills have waned since I started using air tools.Unfortunatly, no
    air tools here. I just finished a room in my basement and pre-drilled everything. Took alot
    more time but e...

  • Posted in thread: shoe molding and caulking on 11-13-2008 at 11:08 AM
    First off - Stop getting advice from the minimum wage guys at Home Depot. "home depot guy says
    to use wood glue" - Huh? Install quarter round with wood glue? Dumb. "home depot guy also said
    if i tried...

  • Posted in thread: Concrete Floor Question? on 10-17-2008 at 06:53 AM
    Hi everyone, I'm in the process of finishing a room in my basement, the floor is concrete which
    we have wall to wall carpet installed over. My oil line used to run was below the floor, after
    pulling u...

  • Posted in thread: I wanted to put new drywall on my bedroom walls but now I might have a problem on 10-10-2008 at 09:45 AM
    I just got through removing the paneling. It looks like most walls possibly all will have to be
    redone. Some started crumbling when I removed the paneling. I'd post pics right now but all my
    furniture...

  • Posted in thread: I wanted to put new drywall on my bedroom walls but now I might have a problem on 10-10-2008 at 09:41 AM
    Hi Rip the Jacker, I have an older house too, built in 1925. I've been remodeling a room at a
    time and I would recommend removing all the old plaster and slat boards and starting fresh. Its
    hard work ...

  • Posted in thread: Two Woodworking/Remodel Questions? on 09-06-2008 at 04:01 PM
    Hi All, first is it true that using Spackle on wood work that is going to be
    stained/polyurethaned is the best option for a filler(nail holes, etc)? Also when installing a
    drop ceiling what is a good ...

  • Posted in thread: Ridge Vent? on 09-03-2008 at 11:26 AM
    A ridge vent won't make the attic any more comfortable to a human but, should make for a cooler
    attic in general.A ridge vent is very easy to install (in my opinion).Strip off the shingles
    covering th...

  • Posted in thread: Ridge Vent? on 09-02-2008 at 09:11 AM
    Hi all, I will be removing my chimney in a few weeks, thanks to a new direct vent boiler I no
    longer need it. Also it sits right in the middle of a room I am finishing off in my basement.
    Anyways, I f...

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