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Installing tile on screened porch

We have screened porch that currently has outdoor carpet on the floor. We want to get rid of the carpet and maybe tile the porch. There is standard decking under the carpet. I have been told by both ...
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Plywood vs cement board for shower alcove

I'm building a tile shower, have the pan set and most of the cement board up. I've come up to the height where the shower alcove (or niche) will go. General searches have shown most people cutting ...
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1/4" Hardibacker cement fiber board for shower walls

I'm preparing to lay tile in my new bathroom and I picked up the cement board but when I got home I realized I bought quarter inch instead of half inch thick sheets. The Hardibacker website says that ...
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How to fix if cement board in shower is not flush with the shower pan and also about an inch gap

so the cement board and tub flange are not flush the flange sticks out a quarter to half inch on shower wall and at least an inch above it
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Diluting oil based undercoat

I have erected false walls using osb boards on the face of plastered brick wall to accommodate some photo frames and decorative items. Total surface area is 8'×8'. My intention is to paint the osb ...
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I spend long time in picking lumber. What do you look for when selecting boards?

I typically spend very long time in front of the lumber aisles inspecting boards. Many times I end up not getting anything after all because I thought all boards are imperfect. I see pros spent few ...
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Replacing a motherboard on a Carrier 8000VS Furnace

Hi guys, I am trying to finalize the wiring of my new carrier motherboard. I have about four more wires to connect and the new motherboard is slightly different than the old one. The pictures I’ve ...
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Is it possible to fit skirting boards with screws into the wall

I've been redoing my room (walls and floor) but now I am stuck on the skirting boards. Here is the room at the moment The walls are uneven and also I wanted to put the laminate floor under the ...
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Furnace and Thermostat Issue

One day my parent's furnace and thermostat stopped working. The thermostat is a smart thermostat that depends on 24volts to the R and C wire. We measured voltage between the R and C wire and was ...
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New woodean board for a kitchen table [closed]

I live in Germany and would like to replace the top of a kitchen "table": I am thinking of taking a rather inexpensive wood board from birch or beech: Of course I'd need to paint it. I though of ...
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What's the standard way to mount wooden board to concrete wall?

I would like to put a wooden board on the concrete wall of my basement so that I can easily mount and dismount electronic equipment to the board with drywall screws without creating concrete dust. My ...