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Just use 12 gauge and 20 amp parts.
If you are doing the work yourself, the added cost is minimal.
There is no downside other than cost to doing...
We bought a fixer upper a few years ago.
We’ve done most of what we want to do ourselves.
Now we want to finance an addition, and have the rest...
And if you have computer skills, and enjoy woodworking, look into a CNC router.
They are basically ran by CAD. It's a little more complicated...
Employees all over the place at a Home Depot?
Where is this Home Depot? I usually can't find anybody at mine. I need to start shopping at yours.
It's located in SouthEast Texas, about 60 miles east of Houston.
I'm nearing retirement. My monthly income will obviously be reduced soon.
I've bought a couple through Amazon. Had no issues with them.
But I'm gonna check out CPO Tools. Thanks Joe!
I carry 3. Two that might be considered EDC.
A Buck Vantage, and a Swiss Army Knife Forrester model. They are just tools I use daily.
Looking at 2x4 with fiberglass, then 1 or 2 inches foam board, then sheathing.
I think that would give me 21R
SO, let's say the recommended R value for my walls is 14.
What's the downside to making it 20 or 28?
Seems that would just mean lower utility...
Long time lurker. I think my first question.
Getting ready to do an addon to a pier and beam house. I want it to be energy efficient, but...
You've probably thought of most of this but, my thoughts.
The first things I would find out are,
How much would it cost to fix it? And how...
I'm an idiot too. Long experience has taught me that, "You Can't fix idiot."
Sorry, I can't help you with that.
Drawn by some person who's a really good draftsman, but doesn't know which end of a hammer to use.
I guess your carpenters were reading the same instructions I was.
I guess I'm mostly upset that I built according to instructions and the instructions were wrong. Instructions should have said 60 1/4.
Installing a new alcove tub in my fixer upper.
Instructions say, build a 60 in opening.
Drawings show a 60 in opening.
I built a 60 inch opening....
Those one piece shower or shower/tub units are used in new construction. You can basically put them in place early in the construction, before all...
Pier and beam only.
Most of the doors are missing due to the house being under renovation. Windows all work fine. They are aluminum frame...
That's exactly what I needed.
Appreciate the help.
My pier and beam house was moved about a year ago.
I get one free re-leveling from the contractor.
I'm not talking flatness of the floor....
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