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Dec
14
reviewed Edit Paint and mold prevention
Dec
14
revised Paint and mold prevention
Added tags, revised title to remove brand specifics, and clarified question
Dec
14
reviewed Close Central heating gas remote controller
Dec
14
reviewed Leave Open Carbon Monoxide in garage
Dec
14
reviewed Approve How can I wire an outside motion detector light?
Nov
17
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
14
reviewed Reject How can I get rid of a mouse in my house?
Oct
9
comment Should I fill eroded mortar in exterior brick?
@Budric Weep holes are planned vertical spaces without any mortar between two bricks. They're generally only one brick high. A crack in mortar will not have the same amount of open surface area, so moisture will not escape as readily. Also, cracks in mortar usually propagate to wider and longer cracks, while weep holes do not.
Sep
24
revised Can a gambrel roof have outer instead of inner supports?
Replaced original dead link with alternate.
Aug
14
awarded  Generalist
Aug
11
reviewed Reviewed Best way to create a simple and economic steam machine for steaming wood?
Aug
11
reviewed No Action Needed Circuit Breaker change
Aug
11
reviewed No Action Needed Storing latex paint in hot garage?
Aug
11
reviewed Reviewed How can I prevent or remedy “bio slime” accumulation in a sink drain?
Aug
11
comment How can I prevent or remedy “bio slime” accumulation in a sink drain?
Zip-Its are great! Disgusting to use, but great. I've been using the same one for 5 years. I've gotten pretty good use out of the $3 tool.
Aug
11
reviewed No Action Needed Is there a way to remove the mildew smell from under tile without damaging the tile?
Aug
11
reviewed No Action Needed Should I use cement board or green board behind the walls of a neo angle shower?
Aug
10
reviewed Approve Used circle cutter in wrong place in drywall, best repair method?
Aug
10
reviewed No Action Needed How can I prevent water from getting behind the gutter?
Aug
10
comment How do I join my horizontal slat fence with my neighbor's fence (vertical fence)
@user2059078 If you're using your own post and are sure of the property line, then you don't need to talk to your neighbor. However, if you're attaching to their fence post (as you imply you're planning on doing in your question), then yes, you absolutely need to talk to them.