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  • Posted in thread: Would you replace this subfloor? on 09-21-2017 at 09:21 AM
    If you remove just one more board of the laminate, I think you would be able to fit a
    transition (or a saddle) in the doorway. Don't bother putting laminate back in the bath, even
    if it's only a washr...

  • Posted in thread: Ideas to make this house exterior better? on 09-21-2017 at 09:06 AM
    I think 90% of the problem would disappear if you are able to get rid of that very busy stone
    face. But I also like your comp #3.BTW; "good bones" would be referring to the structure of the
    house more...

  • Posted in thread: faulty MR16 receivers on 09-21-2017 at 08:52 AM
    If possible, this may be the time to convert to an LED unit.

  • Posted in thread: Fixing the supports of a roof overhang on 09-21-2017 at 08:49 AM link to the pictures :confused:

  • Posted in thread: new floor (about 1.5 years old) is starting to bulge up on 09-21-2017 at 08:44 AM
    Is this a solid hardwood floor or a laminate?

  • Posted in thread: Home Renovation Tips on 09-21-2017 at 08:41 AM
    Is your friend in North America or India? :cool:

  • Posted in thread: Fixing the supports of a roof overhang on 09-21-2017 at 08:38 AM
    Generally speaking, you would use temporary posts to jack up the porch roof. Often, a beam is
    slipped under the roof so that the temp posts can be put further out of the way to allow
    working room.

  • Posted in thread: Landscape Block Wall on 09-17-2017 at 09:28 PM
    That may be California rules only, but it pays to check for any local code.You only need to
    have enough room behind the wall to work comfortably, but you should go low enough to put in a
    good solidly ...

  • Posted in thread: HELP!!! Why would anyone do this?! on 09-17-2017 at 09:17 PM
    I figured we would all be on Angie's Lear Jet.

  • Posted in thread: What is generally put beside a trench drain on the surface? on 09-17-2017 at 09:13 PM
    As Neal suggested, some pavers may do the trick. Or get river rock, which are rounded and have
    no sharp edges. if they are large enough, you can embed them in concrete, but you may not have
    to, becaus...

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