I've got some, what it looks like, copper compound on a water pipe off the water heater.
How do I fix this problem?
Actually the corrugated panel has an overhang over the roof just as it does over the patio.
See attached photo.
(If photo does not show, I...
Just uploaded three photos showing the finished project:
Here is what I have found out so far:
- The wood ones do indeed split, even with predrilling. Fortunately, the split is localized....
I meant 110!
I discovered two GE NE-45 Neon Glow bulbs within my non-functioning street number box.
Are there LED replacements for these 220v...
Thanks for all the answers.
I think I will go with the wood ones. I painted some, so it won't hopefully mold. Here in California, mold is usually...
I have a lean-to pergola at the back. I am installing PVC corrugated roofing at the top.
There will be overhangs on both sides,...
Thanks for writing. Not being in the trade I am not clear on what you wrote and have some questions.
What do you mean by "you will waist more...
If I were to put my joists 17" apart center-to-center, leaving a space of 15.5"-wide, would there be a problem?
I am having problems removing this door knob.
I talked to Rheem. Apperantly some components are covered longer than one year. They wanted a serial number as you suggested.
I am not able to...
The thermostat on my water heater, a Rheem Guardian, does not work properly. As soon as I turn it to "warm" and beyond the water is...
Do I need 20 amp GFCI's?
Upon the recommendation I got from this forum, I am about to replace a few of my...
Here is what I found out:
The three-prong outlet was put in place of a two-prong outlet, existence of proper grounding is unknown.
Good question. I am being told that in older buildings they are. However, I would like to make sure that this is the case.
How would I...
How about connecting the ground on the outlet to the junction box --I have metal ones-- with a pig tail?
I am doing the same thing: Replacing...
So, do I need to periodically open the outlets where there is high current draw and tighten the screws?
The reason I want to know is to see if I can prevent this happening in the future.
How did this loose connection come about? I have been using this outlet for well over three years withou any problem.
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