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Feb
28
comment Is there a reasonably priced dog door that allows dogs through but stops cats?
+1 for addressing my concern. We tried something similar and the cats would just dart between his legs as the dog went through the door.
Feb
17
comment Removing stains from concrete
And this: diy.stackexchange.com/questions/2853/oil-stain-on-driveway
Feb
12
answered Fix a Leaky Faucet?
Feb
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Feb
7
comment Is a sagging floor possibly detrimental?
Take a look at this question: diy.stackexchange.com/questions/4423/…. I'd get it checked out, but some sagging is normal in older homes.
Feb
5
comment What grit sandpaper should I use between coats of polyurethane?
Same here, 220 or 320, whatever is handy. I also use #000 Steel Wool at the end, rather than a 600 sandpaper. Sandpaper often gums up in places where a small area hasn't fully cured. I also feel like I can follow the grain a bit better, since I have to go slowly.
Feb
4
accepted How long can a fireplace go without cleaning/inspection if it's never used?
Feb
3
revised How bad is it to have wet insulation?
fixed spelling
Feb
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suggested approved edit on How bad is it to have wet insulation?
Feb
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comment How long can a fireplace go without cleaning/inspection if it's never used?
Thanks. I just can't imagine a fire when it's 40F (avg winter low for my area)
Feb
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asked How long can a fireplace go without cleaning/inspection if it's never used?
Jan
27
comment Should I extend my house upward or knock down and build from scratch?
I think the subjectivity of the question can be improved by removing the "what do people think" and asking for more of a pros/cons approach to the two. As-is it reads argumentatively as well (I was told this but I want the internet to back me up). I hope it can be saved though; it's an interesting question.
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Nov
19
revised Are storm windows necessary for homes in mild climates?
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Nov
19
comment Are storm windows necessary for homes in mild climates?
Good points. It's also generally cheaper to install storm windows than replace your existing ones with higher efficiency models.
Nov
19
answered Are storm windows necessary for homes in mild climates?
Nov
19
comment How do I build a French drain?
I like the idea of omitting the fabric (expensive!). Great link.
Nov
19
accepted How do I build a French drain?