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Waterbar on Anderson Casement window. How important in this situation?

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Windows 

The windows we're talking about might be original circa 1989. I found that the waterbar at the top was hitting (what I assume)  ... read more »

concrete slab

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Masonry » Concrete »

I would like to make a slab for a 16 x 48 round ultra frame pool (holds 5061 gallons of water) and a 400 galon outdoor hot  ... read more »

Palm tree stump

Lynn D's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Lynn D in  Garden »

What can I use to decompose a protruding palm tree stump so that it softens really fast  ... read more »

Please recommend a vacuum cleaner for a 750 sqft house with small carpet?

Edward Morrison's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Edward Morrison in  Cleaning »

I have never bought a hoover or a vacuum cleaner and need some recommendations. Dont want to spend too much money on it.  ... read more »

Dead animal

Vicki pullin's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Vicki pullin in  Cleaning »

Dead animal under trailer. How to remove?  ... read more »

Exhaust fan in bathroom

P's Avatar (by Gravatar) by P in  Bathroom »

Hi guys I'm in desperate need of help. Today while I was getting ready for work I smelled weird smell coming out of the  ... read more »

Chimney breast removal - Ground floor ceiling concrete block - should we remove it ?

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Ceiling »

Hi all The chimney breast was removed last year but at that time due to time restrictions the concrete on the ceiling  ... read more »

Chimney breast removal

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Ceiling »

Hi all The chimney breast was removed last year but at that time due to time restrictions the concrete on the ceiling  ... read more »

Pump blow cold air in heating mode.

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Climate Control » Air Conditioning »

Heat pump blow cold air in the heating mode. Can anyone let me know how can I fix this problem?  ... read more »

How to stop leakage here?

plumberoid's Avatar (by Gravatar) by plumberoid in  Plumbing » Toilet »

Hi everyone I've just moved house and found that there is a small leaking in the toilet. I tried to move the joint but  ... read more »

VCT Asbestos Tiles

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Floor » Tile »

I have the old style VCT asbestos tiles in my den and want to install an epoxy coating. Do I have pay someone to remove the  ... read more »

240v Transformer/Converter

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Energy » Electrical » Lighting »

I need to run a unit at 12v DC. So I need to step down from 240v AC to an AC voltage which I can then convert to DC and  ... read more »

indoor motion light

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Bathroom »

the bath room motion sensor is flashing red but no light comes on when we push the manual button still no light comes on.  ... read more »

Reinforcing 2x8 floor joists on 16" centers on 26' span single center girder.

Tommy's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Tommy in  Floor »

We bought a house built in 1976. The floors feel like a Mobil home. The house is a single story rectangle 26'x54' the floor  ... read more »

Power Tiller: Will small rocks affect it?

Alex's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Alex in  Yard »

The previous owners of my house had laid small white landscaping stones (.5-1") approximately 3-4 inches deep in our  ... read more »

RCCB fixed now the other side trips

Fluffyhead's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Fluffyhead in  Energy » Electrical » Installation »

RCCB was tripping at least 3 times a day I couldn't find a fault so I replaced and it seemed to have solved the issues but  ... read more »

Glue for plastic /wet

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Plumbing » Hot Tub »

I have about a 1"piece of plastic that broke off my above ground pool pump it's one of the pieces that propel the water  ... read more »

Low voltage lighting

Mfratt's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Mfratt in  Energy » Electrical » Wiring »

Okay so last year I wired twelve 1.2watt hardscape lights on a 60watt 12v transformer. The run is approximately 100 feet  ... read more »

York Unit Thermostat Error

ANGIE's Avatar (by Gravatar) by ANGIE in  Appliances »

Had a brand new unit for over a year last night about 400 emails every minute to advise me there is a "Thermostat  ... read more »

Correct sump pump sizingin home

Lucas P.'s Avatar (by Gravatar) by Lucas P. in  Plumbing » Sump Pump »

We recently purchased a home that has sump pumps and have never had had one in our house before (or the need for one) and  ... read more »

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