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bio website michaelhasson.com
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My name is Michael Hasson, I'm a regular guy and I live in Atlanta, GA. I have a wonderful little family and I love building things. I specifically enjoy wood working and fixing things around the house.

I am the Digital Marketing Manager for DoMyOwnPestControl.com and enjoy learning about and promoting all things DIY. I'm a big enthusiast for doing things yourself to save money and to learn new skills.


Jun
24
asked How do I tune a Bandsaw so the blade doesn't drift?
Apr
5
answered What is the most durable wood to use for an outdoor swing set
Apr
5
revised Any words of advice on dealing with termites?
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Apr
4
comment Any words of advice on dealing with termites?
I'm confused, what are you asking me to say? I disclose that in my profile...
Apr
4
answered Any words of advice on dealing with termites?
Apr
2
answered Are these brown finger-like things on the outside of my house caused by termites?
Mar
25
answered How suitable is a reciprocating saw for cutting lengths of firewood (at home)?
Mar
21
answered Can a hole cutter be used with a dremel?
Mar
19
answered How can I cut wood in a very awkward location?
Mar
19
answered How can I safely cut this pipe with an angle grinder?
Mar
19
comment How do I sharpen wood lathe tools?
Thanks for this tip. I've only seen it done with a bench grinder but that makes more sense to finish them off by hand because my problem seems to be that I get a good edge on them, but then go to far and ruin it. Does anyone know the correct angle I should be shaping these tools at, or does it even matter?
Mar
19
awarded  Student
Mar
18
comment How do I sharpen wood lathe tools?
Probably not. If there's one thing I'm not good at it's sharpening. I do try and keep a consistent angle, and I've even thought about making some kind of jig to hold it, but just haven't yet.
Mar
18
asked How do I sharpen wood lathe tools?
Mar
18
answered Should I release the pressure out of an air compressor when it is not in use?
Mar
18
awarded  Talkative
Mar
18
comment How do I reduce the number of screw pops in my drywall?
That does make sense, and you would think that the drywall would only pull away, given the horizontal strength of the screw. I know I've seen a screw pop out though, but what you're talking about does seem like it would happen more often, now that I think about it.
Mar
15
comment How do I reduce the number of screw pops in my drywall?
So you're saying that the drywall is pulling out away from the frame and the screws, and leaving a hole where the screw is? I've always known and seen both screw pops and nail pops to emerge outward from the drywall and break the wall paint, and leave a protrusion, rather than an indention. I guess it's possible though.
Mar
15
answered How do I reduce the number of screw pops in my drywall?
Mar
13
awarded  Supporter