As best I can tell, the National Electrical Code 2011 allows electrical non-metallic tubing ("smurf tube" or ENT) to be used for running 120 V electrical wire. But everywhere I look, I see remarks to ...
What is a good depth for putting bark in a playset? Here's a link to a picture of the project so far:
I know about this question (I posted an answer to it), but this one's a little more specific. Consider a weather-resistant outlet, like the ones below: Notice the first picture has the plug in ...
We just moved into a new home. The wood front door is semi-sheltered by a small porch. The front of the house has southern exposure and has the most exposure to the weather. There was an unsightly ...
How can I replace an outdoor outlet cover that has a stripped center screw? Do I need to replace the outlet as well? Do I need to replace the box that the outlet is housed in if it is coming out ...
To help prevent leaks, I was advised by a contractor that I need to caulk where my vinyl siding meets the edges of my windows. Some research of my own reveals quite a bit of debate over this, a few ...
Frost King makes a cover for an 8" fan, but that's much smaller than the cover I've been using. Mine is probably five or six years old and needs replacing. I phoned Frost King and they said that they ...
I bought some Dennis™ Clear Vinyl Sheeting, 8 mil thick. I installed it around the windows on the outside (outdoor installation) with pine stripping. I found it difficult to get rid of all the ...
In the UK it rains, as you know. a lot. Is it OK for OSB3 boarding to get wet now and then during the construction of a building? or will it be completely destroyed like chip board or MDF (which ...