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location Toronto, Canada
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Oct
13
reviewed Reject How to wire multiple thermostats
Oct
11
comment Bed bug crawling - Prescience
Try a magnifying glass
Oct
9
answered Can tree shade hurt a neighbor's house?
Oct
7
awarded  drywall
Oct
5
revised Is this mold on my AC vent?
added 114 characters in body
Oct
5
answered I noticed this spacing on floor behind stove, seal it?
Oct
5
revised Is this mold on my AC vent?
added 26 characters in body
Oct
5
answered Is this mold on my AC vent?
Oct
3
answered 90% Humididty @ 23 Celsius direct from Air Conditioning Outlet
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
29
answered Can I replace the main breaker in an electrical panel with a smaller one?
Sep
23
comment What can I do about slow running water in my Whirlpool refrigerator?
Verified it's fully open?
Sep
23
comment What can I do about slow running water in my Whirlpool refrigerator?
how does it connect to your supply? no valve, just a tee with a compression fitting?
Sep
22
answered What can I do about slow running water in my Whirlpool refrigerator?
Sep
2
comment How can I repair leaks in metal wrapped wood gutters?
Time to install new gutters.
Aug
28
answered What's the name of type of AC Circuit where you can remove an element?
Aug
25
comment How realistic is lowering a concrete floor?
Lowering the floor will usually require underpinning the foundation footings. This is not a DIY task and requires proper engineering.
Aug
25
comment How can I insulate my basement on a budget?
If you want to use every square inch, then closed-cell spay foam is the best, but also the most expensive. You shouldn't just look at the insulation costs. Running a space heater all winter for a few years will probably cost as much as insulating with the most expensive product.
Aug
21
awarded  Guru
Aug
21
comment Is there a way to unscrew a light bulb that has broken?
@ChrisCudmore, his answer says "When you replace the bulb rub a light coat of soap on the threads of the new bulb."