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Home Depot in usa they are 25$ to 35$ http://www.homedepot.com/s/frost+proof+sillcock?NCNI-5


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When I redid my fence 2 years ago, I went with PostMaster metal posts (http://contractors.masterhalco.com/Contract.nsf/woodpostmaster). They weren't substantially more than a good PT post at Home Depot. You can also easily wrap them with a picket so you don't see metal. I dug the holes about 30" deep, then just drove the posts into the dirt til they were ...


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Question 2: it's not clear to me what countertop material you're using, but if it's a normal postformed laminate type of top, then cut the counter accurately with a jigsaw, using the sink to get the size right. (Again, assumptions, but if it's a self-rimming sink, then you'll probably be around 1/2" in from the actual edge on the front and sides, and further ...


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I'd use the square-walled for the sink, so you have more room to work with for pipes. And using the one with cylindrical walls as the main cabinet will help keep items from falling off the shelf into the nether regions the square corners would leave open.


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Toggles and other heavy weight drywall anchors can be suitable for TV mounts when the mount is flush. Or toggles in to metal studs. Since the load is mostly shear and not pull-out, this is fairly safe. (Provided the drywall is thick enough, the anchors are installed correctly, the wall is properly supported, and lots of other considerations too numerous to ...


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If it is a single metal stud, I would suggest you look into the snaptoggles (aka toggle straps, toggler bolts) that you can attach to metal studs and/or drywall. and if it is a wood stud in the middle, consider using the same snaptoggles for the other 4 corners that are only in drywall since they claim to hold over 200 lbs. in 1/2 inch drywall. I am also ...



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