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comment Can a non-professional drill holes in a granite countertop?
Just to comment on @mike and Jacob, great idea, had thought about that. There is about 1/2" clearance between the top of the kegerator and counter, so running the lines would be hard. Also keep in mind the space had to be cooled, or the warm air will cause the beer in the lines to foam. I would need to build some sort of enclosed channel, which in that amount of space would be very hard.
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answered How can I transition between these floors?
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comment Is it OK to have a 20 Amp receptacle on a circuit with 12 AWG wiring and a 15 Amp breaker?
My local code requires up-scaling to 12 AWG copper for all wiring, even if using 15A breakers and outlets.
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comment What is an affordable 2D drafting software for amateurs?
Code in my area (NE Ohio) does not require this at all. I refinished my whole basement, which included a bathroom and kitchenette, and all I needed was a plumbing and electrical inspection after the work for that part was complete. Didn't even need a permit. No engineering drawings. Bottom line, check first before you start work.
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comment Should I nail, and glue my hardwood flooring?
Can you provide more detail on the Tasmanian Blackwood flooring? Is it solid, engineered, or laminate? Is it tongue and groove, click install, planks? Are you using a pad, paper or anything between the flooring and subfloor? All these will help determine the answers to your questions. ALso may want to simply ask the place where you bought the flooring, they usually will recommend the type of nail or staples to use.