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        Discussion Topic  Replacement French Door??? (in Windows, Walls & Doors) by jillyr1059
        I have an inswing French patio door, one side is fixed, the side that swings in has lost it's seal a......
        DIY Message Boards > Windows, Walls & Doors

        Discussion Topic  RE: Opinions on flat roofs (in General Home Improvement) by GardenSprite
        Jaybee, do you think that perhaps you're expecting too much of this repeated spammer? After all, h......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: Opinions on flat roofs (in General Home Improvement) by Jaybee
        andre my lad, you had a little typo there. You wrote "handyman" while I'm sure you meant to say "sp......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: Opinions on flat roofs (in General Home Improvement) by andrewoneal
        In your question i will be very confident cause for me having a better material means quality ,in He......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Just poured foundation walls, CRACK, help.... (in General Home Building) by speed51133
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        Discussion Topic  Just poured foundation walls, CRACK, help.... (in General Home Building) by speed51133
        So I am the GC, but I did hire a builder to be a consultant. SO far so good. Well foundation was pou......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Building

        Discussion Topic  Mitsubishi Mini-Split System (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
        Anyone on the forum which have installed one of these systems. Pretty straight forward except when ......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: hardwood floors removed but now tar on concrete How too? (in Floors) by Tonya40
        Great opinions to consider. I believe we have learned about this residue enough to need to cover it.......
        DIY Message Boards > Floors

        Discussion Topic  RE: hardwood floors removed but now tar on concrete How too? (in Floors) by Jaybee
        The only thing that would cause you any problems would be if you were trying to use this concrete as......
        DIY Message Boards > Floors

        Discussion Topic  RE: hardwood floors removed but now tar on concrete How too? (in Floors) by Tonya40
        Hello joecaption We wanted to take the old out is why. We still do not know how we want to finish t......
        DIY Message Boards > Floors

        Discussion Topic  RE: outdoor travertine paver installtion (in General Home Improvement) by tstex
        The contractor will offer a 5-10 yr warranty on both material and labor, barring gross error on our ......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: outdoor travertine paver installtion (in General Home Improvement) by tstex
        Thanks SWS. We visited a house saturday in which the couple was very, very particular. in fact, th......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: outdoor travertine paver installtion (in General Home Improvement) by swschrad
        only thought I have is travertine (halfway to marble) is a soft stone and porous. I think of it mor......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  outdoor travertine paver installtion (in General Home Improvement) by tstex
        Hello to all, Getting bids in for our pool and summer kitchen, and wanted to get your experience on......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Help!! Need ideas for a couples scrapbook (in Scrapbooking) by crafdragon
        If I did this right there should be a pic of the stickers. You don't have to pay for them I would j......
        DIY Message Boards > Scrapbooking

        Discussion Topic  RE: Help!! Need ideas for a couples scrapbook (in Scrapbooking) by Girly_Girl
        Send a pic of the stickers please...
        DIY Message Boards > Scrapbooking

        Discussion Topic  RE: Help!! Need ideas for a couples scrapbook (in Scrapbooking) by Girly_Girl
        Will I have to pay for them...
        DIY Message Boards > Scrapbooking

        Discussion Topic  RE: Help!! Need ideas for a couples scrapbook (in Scrapbooking) by crafdragon
        Hello and Welcome!! first you need to be always prepared for those ideas, so try to keep one of tho......
        DIY Message Boards > Scrapbooking

        Discussion Topic  RE: Auction for Excess Construction Material (in General Home Improvement) by GardenSprite
        Even if it were legitimate, this individual has established no credibility, inspection method, warra......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: Auction for Excess Construction Material (in General Home Improvement) by swschrad
        still looks like a solicitation for business, which is supposed to be done through buying ad space o......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  Auction for Excess Construction Material (in General Home Improvement) by Marksey
        Hi folks, Now before you consider this post spam, please consider this: It may surprise you to lea......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: Backyard and snakes (in Outdoor Projects) by swschrad
        I am going to try out a "tomcat" fake worm product, since I haven't had any luck taking out moles wi......
        DIY Message Boards > Outdoor Projects

        Discussion Topic  RE: Backyard and snakes (in Outdoor Projects) by Tami B
        I do live in North Carolina but in the Greenville area. I have had people who.want pine straw come ......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Backyard and snakes (in Outdoor Projects) by swschrad
        obviously, not all the snakes are coming out of one nest. bait mice would work assuming the dogs we......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Backyard and snakes (in Outdoor Projects) by Sparky617
        I've had a couple of copperheads in our yard. One was in my flower bed and I found it as I was reac......
        DIY Message Boards > Outdoor Projects

        Discussion Topic  RE: Backyard and snakes (in Outdoor Projects) by joecaption
        Products like "Snake Away" only work on a limited species of snakes and is nothing more then Moth Ba......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Backyard and snakes (in Outdoor Projects) by GardenSprite
        You might try citronella candles to keep the mosquitoes at bay. I've never had that much of a prob......
        DIY Message Boards > Outdoor Projects

        Discussion Topic  RE: Backyard and snakes (in Outdoor Projects) by Jaybee
        First step is to get rid of all the rodents (re: snake food). This may require poison to get the jo......
        DIY Message Boards > Outdoor Projects

        Discussion Topic  Backyard and snakes (in Outdoor Projects) by Tami B
        We bought our home 2 years ago and luckily someone did a little landscaping BUT they didn't do so we......
        DIY Message Boards > Outdoor Projects

        Discussion Topic  Surplus Warehouse Auction (in General Home Building) by Marksey
        Hi folks, Now before you consider this post spam, please consider this: It may surprise you to lea......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Building

        Discussion Topic  Convert bow window to patio door (in Windows, Walls & Doors) by Bobcat64
        I am looking to convert an existing “bow “ window into a sliding patio door. The bow window is a wh......
        DIY Message Boards > Windows, Walls & Doors

        Discussion Topic  RE: Stripping paint off silicone (in Painting) by joecaption
        Why are you trying to remove the paint and not just painting over it?...
        DIY Message Boards > Painting

        Discussion Topic  RE: Stripping paint off silicone (in Painting) by Jaybee
        Use a sharp razor knife and cut the caulking out, then recaulk. Much easier and will give a better ......
        DIY Message Boards > Painting

        Discussion Topic  Stripping paint off silicone (in Painting) by Satirenoir
        The previous owners of our home painted all the molding around a set of beautiful floor to ceiling w......
        DIY Message Boards > Painting

        Discussion Topic  RE: Protecting Carpet (in Floors) by GardenSprite
        Another possibility are the flexible or hard plastic floor protectors placed underneath chairs in of......
        DIY Message Boards > Floors

        Discussion Topic  RE: Protecting Carpet (in Floors) by swschrad
        I'm on board with throw rugs over the carpet, and immediately clean up spills. carpet through the d......
        DIY Message Boards > Floors

        Discussion Topic  RE: Protecting Carpet (in Floors) by joecaption
        Very bad idea. #1, laminate is a floating floor and is never suppose to be attached to anything. #2,......
        DIY Message Boards > Floors

        Discussion Topic  RE: Protecting Carpet (in Floors) by sbling
        I agree wholeheartedly that installing carpet in the dining room was idiotic, but I guess it's too l......
        DIY Message Boards > Floors

        Discussion Topic  RE: Divided Living room/Bedroom (in General Home Improvement) by tstex
        If you are moving into an apartment, what does the lease say about building anything that would requ......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: Divided Living room/Bedroom (in General Home Improvement) by Sparky617
        Here are some cool ideas for furniture. I suspect it is pretty expensive but it would really maximi......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: Divided Living room/Bedroom (in General Home Improvement) by sbling
        Yeah, more than one person is living here. I am paying $200/mo less for the same amount of space, bu......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: Locations/How to Apper (in Yard Crashers) by swschrad
        haven't seen one yet. the show is headquartered in the greater LA area where the production office ......
        DIY Message Boards > Yard Crashers

        Discussion Topic  RE: old wood frame single pane (in Windows, Walls & Doors) by swschrad
        if you really feel like making work, you could make new storm windows to seal the cavity on the sidi......
        DIY Message Boards > Windows, Walls & Doors

        Discussion Topic  RE: old wood frame single pane (in Windows, Walls & Doors) by joecaption
        Stop before you cause more work for yourself then need be. Post some pictures of the inside and outs......
        DIY Message Boards > Windows, Walls & Doors

        Discussion Topic  old wood frame single pane (in Windows, Walls & Doors) by secret52
        I have original wood frame single pane windows in my home with the cast iron counter weights. I want......
        DIY Message Boards > Windows, Walls & Doors

        Discussion Topic  RE: water drainage problem (in Outdoor Projects) by SturdyNail
        Interesting that I have a fairly similar patio except for two things; the earth around it is flat an......
        DIY Message Boards > Outdoor Projects

        Discussion Topic  RE: pipe cooperability (in Plumbing) by CommonwealthSparky
        Guessing that it is harder to damage EMT or MC cable than Romex. Check that it is much harder, hence......
        DIY Message Boards > Plumbing

        Discussion Topic  RE: pipe cooperability (in Plumbing) by swschrad
        can't see how metal cable runs prevent linty device boxes starting a fire when something arcs. arcs......
        DIY Message Boards > Plumbing

        Discussion Topic  RE: Remodeling job (in General Home Improvement) by tstex
        First, did you sign a contract? If so, what does the t&c's state regarding materials, deliveries, c......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement


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