Hello: Have a gas, forced hot water heating system. Was about to order a Honeywell thermostat over the web, but had the following concern which just dawned on me. Am interested in their digital model RTH 5100 which is non-programmable. It says on their ad sheet that it maintains the set-point if there is a read more...In article: Digital Heat Thermostat: If Batteries Run-Down, What happens ?
Good morning. I am nearly ready to replace my 4x4 basement support post. As part of this project, I plan to cut a hole in the slab and pour a proper post footing using an 8" sonotube, A Simpson CB64 bracket, and a bag of 5000psi Sakrete. I will try to keep the hole small so that the sonotube is a read more...In article: Installing post footing in basement floor
I hired carpet cleaners 4 days ago. They left a chemical smell all throughout the house. I called them back and they said they had to use more cleaning fluid than usual because the carpets were dirty. They used precleaning fluid plus steam cleaning. read more...In article: HELP PLEASE: Carpet cleaning smell won't dissipate
Is the thread on the bolts that holds the mower blades on a Cub Cadet tractor standard or reverse? Details: Cub Cadet 1330 with 38" mower deck (two blades) Thanks in advance! read more...In article: Thread on Cub Cadet tractor blade bolt---standard or reverse?
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author: DB posted 01-18-2018had to move a radiator in my kitchen to install a fridge. the valve is sticking up out of the hardwood. I have access to the steam pipe below where the old radiator was. can I cut this and cap... read more »
author: G.S. Brenac posted 07-16-2017Step inside the world of Robert Allerton Park in central Illinois and discover the rich history and surprising stories of the stately home, formal gardens, and woodland trails that make up this n... read more »
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