Can anyone reccomend a good home repair manual for a first time
homeowner. I am looking for something that explains everything but am
mainly inetrested in framing, plumbing and electrical (the wife wants
buffalo ny: read in between her lines: she actually wants a better
phone the plumber to fix it, so you get the credit for the repairs and
he gets the blame for future malfunctions. :)
your showerhead is too slow get a new 10gpm off ebay.
your toilet refill time is too long, replace the fill valve and
fluidmaster.com shows you how.
install fluidmaster's flusher fixer for the flush you need.
your exhaust fan is missing or too noisy, get the low sones of noise
model and spend a couple hundred on the fan itself.
your throne tv is missing or broken, get a new one.
and while you are at it, the toilet seat is old and loose! :)
Well thanks for your advice but the bathroom we have is fine, she
wants another one. There is no way I am paying a contractor to do it,
I'll take the rap for my mistakes because they will be minor and few.
I did home improvements when I was in college 20 years ago, I just
want to do everything to code and not half assed.
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