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    Bathroom remodel

    I think the bottom line is, beings you are capeable of doing this job yourself but it appears you don't feel you have the time. Then you have to ask the question " what is this worth to me and will I...
  2. Thread: siding

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    siding

    Does anyone know if they still make the old 12 inch massonite lap siding and if they do, any suggestions on where I could get it? (repair project on rental property) Thanks
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    solar heat

    Thanks, a lot of good information
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    solar heat for inground pool

    Hey guys, I've been reading your different ideas for different situations. I was wondering if anyone had some good takes on how I could raise the temp. in my pool by about 10 or 12 degrees. Now I...
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    corner blocks

    I'm wondering if you couldn't use inside and outside corner blocks and just butt your crown moulding against the blocks. I forgot if you said you had already put the rest of the crown up. They do...
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    funny

    Now that's funny right there, I don't care who you are that's funny.
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    response

    You know, some people on this forum have the personality of a rock and commen sense to match. It's a sad thing because most of you are very helpful. Then there are a few that are in it for a buck and...
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    vinyl siding

    Thanks Gary for your response. I apoligize for poor explanation of my question. It was quite late and I had spent the day putting in a hot water heater. You managed to answer my question quite well....
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    vynal siding

    I just purchased another house that I will use for rental property. It currently has 12" massonite lap siding that is in poor condition. I'm afraid painting would just be throwing good money away. I...
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    flooring

    Thanks guys, I think I'll go back with the laminate. I've done quite a bit of that and feel pretty comfortable with it. Thanks again
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    1/4" underlayment

    Thanks for the response,

    I was thinking of going back with lanolium, ( excuse the spelling on that one) but may go with lam. flooring. It's the entrance...
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    1/4" underlayment over concrete?

    I have an entrance way that currently has 12" stick tile on a concrete slab. I was wandering if I could put underlayment down over the tile. It's about 6'w x 12'l. I know I could tear up the tile and...
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    clay pipe

    Thanks for the info. I'm not familiar with snap pipe cutter, but I'm sure I could bye or rent one. Do you supose a guy could take a chizzle and hammer and bust that clay and couple it with a boot to...
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    tieing into clay sewer line

    Is there a best way to cut into a clay pipe or just bust it out and put the rubber boots in so I can install a clean-out? Is there a standard size clay pipe used from the house to the main? I have...
  15. Replacing old cast Iron sewer pipe with new

    I am having problems with a clogged sewer line. I have had it cleaned out twice with in the last 2 month by 2 different pro. plumbers. On both occations, the drains worked perfectly when the plumbers...
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    Thanks redwood, I took your advice and stumbled...

    Thanks redwood, I took your advice and stumbled on to a pro that I liked real well and he was reasonable. A few so called pros give bad names and make it rough for the good ones. Thanks again
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    clogged sewer

    I respect and appreciate your remarks. I'm a little bullheaded, no, I'm very bullheaded. I don't accept defeat easily. Now with that being said, I'll let you know where I'm at. I rented a trackhoe...
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    clogged sewer line

    Thanks for the reply, Redwood

    When I install the clean-out directly outside the house wall, will I need to install a trap and vent in the main sewer line?
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    clogged sewer line

    My main sewer line is completely clogged. My lower level toilet is located on a wall and drains directly into the main line. I have several things working against me. 1, the pipe from the toilet...
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    hole patching

    The way the number 1 hag said using the tapeless patch is by far the best and easiest. I am a ameture at sheetrocking, but have used this method several times and it works. I've used it in cielings...
  21. Thread: Roofing

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    roofing

    The house is 50 or 60 years old and is located in Iowa. (It was my mother and father's) There are some broken slate tiles. The slats are flat and look simlar to asphault shingles. The main draw-back...
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    Roofing

    I have aquired an older house and am wanting to get it ready to sell. It has the old slate shingles. My guess is the slate shingles probably contain asbestoes. Is this a safe assumtion? I was...
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    toilet flange

    Thanks Terry, That's what I thought.

    P.S. I really enjoy your fourm discussions, keep up the good work.
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    toilet flang specs

    Simple question; I should knows this but not 100%. What is the distance from the center of the flange to the finished back wall? (behind the toilet tank) I'm thinking 12 in. Thanks in advance.
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    baseboard

    I, like to use a different method when cutting baseboard. I'm not sure what it's call, but it's real simple once you figure it out. Put a long piece of baseboard on the right side of the blade and...
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