Questions tagged [board]

The tag has no usage guidance.

Filter by
Sorted by
Tagged with
-1
votes
0answers
19 views

Fine wire for breakout board soldering that won't break [migrated]

I've been using silicone sheathed stainless steel wire (30 awg) with a 1.27mm breakout board. The wires cannot be secured (it's tight in the thing I'm building), and they easily break off at the point ...
1
vote
0answers
16 views

Can i use non-tiled cement board -floor & shower shower stall?

Ground up bathroom build on (composite board) deck. I want an industrial look/not using tile. Some leakage is OK as it will be going through deck onto soil but would like to avoid mold. If I can keep ...
6
votes
4answers
2k views

How to straighten a twisted 2x6 deck board

I have a 2x6 deck board (treated lumber) that is 14 feet long and it's lying across 6 joists and a ledger on the east end and a frame board on the west end. Right now it's not screwed in anywhere. If ...
6
votes
3answers
249 views

Does RTD in plywood mean “Rated” or “Resistance Temperature Detectors”?

Lots of plywood at Home Depot have the letters RTD in the title, with no further detail. Many of these have multiple user questions of the form "What does RTD mean?" Answers seem to be split 50/50 ...
0
votes
1answer
42 views

Redgard between kitchen plywood and backer board

I'm replacing my kitchen floor and have got it down to the plywood. 2 questions please. 1, can /should I use redgard between plywood and backer board? 2, getting conflicting answers, should I apply ...
1
vote
1answer
68 views

Can I install Slate Ledger stone panels over drywall?

I am about to install my slate ledger stone on an interior wall. I am not sure if I really need the backer board since its a dry area. (bar area wall- about 33 sft) The stone ledger panels I am ...
3
votes
2answers
107 views

simple niche/nook shelf: boards resting on screws

I have a niche/nook in a room (marked red) and some leftover chipboards of width 16mm. Together they should make a simple shelf. So I would cut the chipboards to the same width/depth as the niche/...
4
votes
1answer
927 views

Is it OK if my Durock cement board got wet?

I bought some cement board for the bathroom remodel and I stored it in the garage. No idea how but each sheet got a couple wet spots through them. I moved them inside to dry. After they dry are they ...
1
vote
2answers
133 views

Are there any wide-angle hinges that lift up while turning?

I need a hinge, that as part of its turning motion also moves 'up'*. It's like a casement hinge, except that unfortunately casement hinges only go until 90º, while I need a hinge that can bend at ...
0
votes
1answer
68 views

Lean Ikea Krabb mirror against the wall (for decoration), need something to prevent them from slipping

https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY/comments/298y83/help_lean_ikea_krabb_mirror_against_the_wall_need/?utm_source=amp&utm_medium=&utm_content=post_title There's similar questions online that were ...
0
votes
1answer
833 views

Can Kerdi board be painted instead of tiled?

can Kerdi board be painted? I want to use it on the walls in my bathroom instead of sheet rock.
0
votes
2answers
58 views

Hanging a TV board ( 70“ x 72” ) and 100 lbs

I need to hang the large TV board onto my wall. The wall is 1/2" drywall mounted onto 3/4" thick wood furring strips which are mounted onto cement block. The TV board has 3 wood blocks that are to be ...
0
votes
0answers
36 views

Help identify ceiling board

Recently a tree fell on my roof and some water got into the attic and dripped through cracks between the boards that make up my living room ceiling. I've pulled and trashed the damp installation, ...
0
votes
1answer
80 views

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 ...
0
votes
1answer
107 views

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 ...
0
votes
3answers
1k views

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 ...
1
vote
2answers
292 views

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 ...
2
votes
2answers
110 views

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 ...
2
votes
0answers
80 views

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 ...
2
votes
1answer
302 views

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 ...
0
votes
1answer
78 views

Can I connect my thermostat's R and C wires directly to the transformer?

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 ...
0
votes
1answer
43 views

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 ...
2
votes
2answers
1k views

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 ...