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Purchase a 1" thick by 3 1/2" wide PVC trim to go around the 3 sides of the door. Ripping to width were it fit to a proper set back from the edge of the jamb in all areas below the masonry cap of the walls. In essence, trimming in out in a typical fashion the way interior doors are trimmed. A thinner trim would work but the thicker trim allows the back side ...


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Always attach a ground to a light fixture regardless if someone can touch it. what happens if the fixture has a short in it but it doesn't blow fuse becaus there's no ground, it'll catch on fire and continue to burn, please consult a licensed electrician. As an electricia n I wouldn't even install a light fixture on a knob and tube box nor would I replace a ...


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I think there is some confusion going on, pressure treated lumber for ground contact and yard / deck use is a completely different animal than the pressure treated radiata pine product that is used for trim, fascia, and barge rafters. This material is kiln dried and as a contractor since 1989 and a carpenter since 1978 the pressure treated resawn pine is ...


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Technically you're adding pin studs or trimmers under the header, and not kings, but yes. Insert the new trimmers before anything else and stand them vertical, then add the inner trimmers (assuming you want doubled studs for strength and trim backing). Move the trimmer pairs into position and toenail them to the header using either framing nails or ...


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That is called a Shelly pole/mast clamp. If you are extending a fairly light load like you show, an antenna or other such fairly light, non load bearing use, then this is fine. For anything structural, or carrying live loads, this is the wrong product as you want to carry the load directly from top to bottom not laterally like this product does.


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"is it possible the rain is being driven into the weep holes?" yes, but the weep holes are supposed to be on the outside of a moisture barrier, so rain driven in still should not enter the house. "is this more likely clogged weep holes?" no, the holes are designed to "weep", and are difficult to completely clog. "is this an issue with the way it was ...



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