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Mar
11
reviewed No Action Needed Shower Frame is leaking (at the corner)
Mar
11
reviewed Reviewed toilet flush problems
Mar
11
comment toilet flush problems
At the front of the bowl, there's usually a hole just under the water where the jet comes out. Get your finger in there and make sure it's not restricted.
Mar
11
reviewed No Action Needed What does it mean when an AFCI breaker indicator is 1/4 white?
Mar
9
reviewed Approve Can I hang cabinets and shelves on metal studs?
Mar
9
reviewed Approve Is it OK to install a TV mount when it can't be attached to a stud at all mount points?
Feb
23
reviewed Approve Transition laminate with t-molding to tile
Feb
20
comment Toilet gurgling when another one is flushing: 6-way joint
This looks like a candidate for the some-genius tag.
Feb
19
accepted Why does my furnace need frequent power resets?
Feb
11
comment Is this wall load bearing based on the attached blueprints?
@alt That was a bit confusing for me too. The dimension line obscures the beam end. The best I can tell, it appears to be a short beam running from the post to the east wall. If it ran all the way across, we'd see a "Beam Pocket" note on the west wall.
Feb
10
answered Is this wall load bearing based on the attached blueprints?
Feb
4
comment Which home improvement projects produce the highest return on investment when selling?
Look at the money shots in some of the Reno-porn on tv. You'll notice that closets tend to have 4 mens' shirts hanging in them, not 40. Women tend to own only 3 pairs of shoes, not 50. The typically overflowing box of hats and gloves is nearly empty. The ultimate goal is to have just enough stuff in a space define it's purpose and to help the potential buyer visualize their stuff in your space, not to see how much of your stuff can fit in. The only exception appears to be fresh fruit. Realtor's seem to love seeing industrial quantities of lemons and pears in bowls in odd places.
Jan
27
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23
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Jan
22
comment How do I fix seams that open up at the corners of walls during the winter?
For clarity -- are you talking about the last two feet of ceiling? Or wall?
Jan
22
comment How do I fix seams that open up at the corners of walls during the winter?
Yeah, I thought about caulk, but if the movement is too great it will come undone.
Jan
22
comment How do I fix seams that open up at the corners of walls during the winter?
I'm having DNS issues with stack.imgur Do the pictures show?
Jan
22
answered How do I fix seams that open up at the corners of walls during the winter?
Jan
21
comment Replace GFCI in bathroom
Can you attach a picture?
Jan
16
comment Stain, poly, cut… What order should I use when installing window trim?
Stain - Cut - Install - Putty - Sand - touch up Stain - Poly