2,402 reputation
84174
bio website
location
age
visits member for 3 years, 5 months
seen 5 hours ago

i haz teh codez


2d
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
12
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
12
awarded  Famous Question
Nov
12
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
9
comment What does a novice DIY'er need to know before building a wall higher than 8' (14.5' feet to be exact)?
@DMoore Storage is just something I'd do on a since-the-wall-is-already-up basis. Still, I am curious as to how filling a vacant space that serves no purpose with something functional that has measurable benefits would decrease the value.
Nov
8
revised Can I put acoustical putty *inside* the electrical box rather than around the outside?
added 1566 characters in body
Nov
8
revised Hanging a new wall with Genie Clips and need to install a few studs. Will this affect the installation?
added 298 characters in body
Nov
8
comment What does a novice DIY'er need to know before building a wall higher than 8' (14.5' feet to be exact)?
@DMoore A few reasons. 1) Will separate the unit better as it is currently a giant and open echo chamber. 2) I will create a ceiling within the stairwell that slants down along with the stairs and treat the space above like a small attic for storage. 3) Will make the living room easier to soundproof since it will be squared off more. 4) I just like the idea, really
Nov
8
revised What does a novice DIY'er need to know before building a wall higher than 8' (14.5' feet to be exact)?
deleted 79 characters in body
Nov
8
asked What does a novice DIY'er need to know before building a wall higher than 8' (14.5' feet to be exact)?
Nov
7
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
6
comment Can one-way window film actually be a detriment to my windows?
@User58220 Correct. This is mainly for the day and I plan on installing some outdoor lights right above the windows to keep the surface reflective for when I do want to keep the curtains open at night.
Nov
5
comment Can one-way window film actually be a detriment to my windows?
@longneck The film will be installed on the inside and reflecting toward the outside so that people on the outside will have a harder time seeing in while I am able to easily see out.
Nov
5
asked Can one-way window film actually be a detriment to my windows?
Nov
3
awarded  Famous Question
Oct
27
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
25
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
25
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
25
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
19
awarded  Famous Question