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Neighbor's swale is flooding my yard

buckeyegirl's Avatar (by Gravatar) by buckeyegirl in  Yard » Storm Water 

I have a home in Ohio that sits in the middle of a long sloping hill. My neighbor on the high side has  ... read more »

Remove cabinet around tub of washing machine

rayc3389's Avatar (by Gravatar) by rayc3389 in  Appliances »

Need access to tub support rods  ... read more »

Paint Garage Concrete Floor without Etching as its new

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I just brought a new newly constructed house and the garage floor was build a few months back but it  ... read more »

Chemical or corroded metal smell in the bathroom

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

Hi. First of all this is a condo not a house top floor and no attic. I had a strange issue. Smell  ... read more »

Changing Pyronix PIR sensors

Bobby777's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Bobby777 in  Technology » Alarms »

Hi I'm changing some Pyronix PIR sensors for exactly the same model but pet friendly. These are wired  ... read more »

Battery pack ES5000 not charging after 1yr but holding charge

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

I bought a Motomaster car battery pack es5000 2 yrs ago. After 1yr the charge light does not light up  ... read more »

Bulging soding

Sherbert's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Sherbert in  Exterior » Siding »

We have a vertical bulge from ground to ceiling that doesn't give when pressed. Does anyone know what  ... read more »

Floor boards for deck

Arlene's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Arlene in  Yard » Deck »

My new deck will be 16 ft. wide by 24 ft. long. Will it be okay to run the boards lengthwise (the 24  ... read more »

Mold detection

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

Has anyone called an independent home inspection company to detect a suspected mold/mildew smell issue?  ... read more »

Replacing broken tiles on front of house

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

Hello your advice please... I live in a 1970's house when hanging tiles on the front of a house was  ... read more »

Squaring an existing building

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

I have an old garage building that we moved and it's out of square. What's the best way to square it.  ... read more »

storing paint for 1 yr or more

herb1's Avatar (by Gravatar) by herb1 in  Painting »

1/2 gal of paint stored upside down for 1 yr. It was hard when I opened it recently. How can I store  ... read more »

Debris in air bleed valve

MikeM51's Avatar (by Gravatar) by MikeM51 in  Yard » Pool »

Whenever I bleed air from my filter I see debris floating up thru the device which then gets expelled  ... read more »

Painting old summer house

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

Wanting to paint the old previously woodstained summer house. Does anyone know if it's ok to undercoat  ... read more »

defeat reverse cutoff switch

's Avatar (by Gravatar) by in  Tools and Equipment » Lawn Mowers »

How do I stop my riding mower engine from stopping when I try to cut in reverse? I don`t have any kids  ... read more »

Toilets

Don W's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Don W in  Technology » Computers »

Maximum number of 90 degree bends in drain?  ... read more »

Slate floor frustration

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

We have recently moved into a house where the kitchen floor is tiled in slate. The tiles are the rough  ... read more »

Mower blades

Art's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Art in  Tools and Equipment » Lawn Mowers »

John deere L120 with 3 blades. Have tried penetrating oil impact wrench heat torch and vice gripes  ... read more »

Concrete foundation crack? What's the appropriate way to fix?

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

Hi All We had some insulation problems around one of the baseboards downstairs. Warm air would coming  ... read more »

Garden hose across (or under) cement driveway?

Victoria's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Victoria in  Yard » Driveway »

I need to run a garden hose from the well across a 10' wide paved driveway to water a garden on a timer.  ... read more »

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