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You need to prop the door into the upper track and then unscrew the bottom pin to tighten up the door. you might want to tighten up the upper track and fix that shim job.


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I believe you did loose the pin, some big box stores do Cary some models, but I have made them with a bolt and washers in the past. You don’t want to replace the door for a part that can be purchased or made for less than 5$. Usually with Buford’s the reason they come out of the track is the top pivot is to far away from the jamb. I say this as your photo ...


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Access the top of the building. A funky semi-vertical closet does not let you charge much extra rent. But if this tenant has private access to a rooftop patio that is huge extra value. She can have potted plants, deck chairs, maybe a grill. If you do not want her on the roof, open the top of the stairs to the roof and cover it with a skylight. Paint ...


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The Code only stipulates the size of one door in a residence. It requires one egress door that is (1) 32” clear opening with the door in the 90 degree position (which requires a 36” wide door), (2) located at a exterior entrance into the residence opening into a public way or open side yard that opens to a public way, and (3) cannot open into a garage or ...


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My 6 year old grandson would love to make a “fort” there...


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You will want to cut the corner bead out anyway. If you put new tape and texture on top of the existing corner bead, you will end up with two very noticeable lumps.


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