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Either it is a load bearing pole or someone who built the post was just practicing their pole making skills. You can remove it when you offset the load to another part of your house. Usually this would involve putting up an overhead beam and 1-2 poles to hold that. This is very specific to your house and taking out a concrete pole will definitely involve ...


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Well, there's always "nothing" - very quick, low odor, and no gloss to speak of. About as natural as natural wood can get. Next up from that would be boiled linseed oil, or paste wax, or boiled linseed oil mixed with paste wax. I prefer "bowling alley wax" as it does not have the abrasives that most "floor wax" does, and clear .vs. amber as I don't want to ...


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If the bottom of the jamb is loose, shim behind it and fasten with a long screw. (Use the gap of the door to set the amount of shimming. If the screw draws the jamb in too much, back the screw out and push the shims in further.) Then, get a chunk of wood matching the jamb. I'm guessing 4-1/2" x 3/4" thick, by a few inches tall. Cut the new piece ...



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