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        Photo Album  RE: Need help with my living room!!! (in Decorating) by SturdyNail
        I'd like to know how the original poster (lovinnc) embedded an entire slideshow. It seems I either ......
        DIY Message Boards > Decorating

        Photo Album  RE: Need help with my living room!!! (in Decorating) by ron45
        I would tear out the wall to the left of the tv. Install the tv. to the fireplace. ......
        DIY Message Boards > Decorating

        Photo Album  RE: Need help with my living room!!! (in Decorating) by poellar
        You could also elevate your living room with some designer lighting. For that you might need to chan......
        DIY Message Boards > Decorating

        Discussion Topic  RE: Framing nailers (in General Home Improvement) by CommonwealthSparky
        True but adding one additional nail would solve that issue. A full nail head would be beneficial in ......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: Framing nailers (in General Home Improvement) by Jaybee
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Framing nailers (in General Home Improvement) by ron45
        When it comes to roofing and framing I trust Bostitch. I have the framer that can handle joist hange......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Framing nailers (in General Home Improvement) by CommonwealthSparky
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Framing nailers (in General Home Improvement) by Re-mdlr
        I use a Hitachi angled -- and it broke down within two weeks of using it. Then it took a couple of ......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: Framing nailers (in General Home Improvement) by Jaybee
        Pretty sure we were informed about the clipped heads by our county building inspector - could have b......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Framing nailers (in General Home Improvement) by CommonwealthSparky
        I too have heard that clipped nails are a code violation. But never heard what code, IBC maybe ? We ......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: Framing nailers (in General Home Improvement) by Jaybee
        Angled will always be better as it fits in-between 16" joist spacing better. As mentioned, shop for ......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Framing nailers (in General Home Improvement) by Travis2897
        Thanks , I figured the angled one were better, seems they would fit into corners and such easier...
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Framing nailers (in General Home Improvement) by Sparky617
        I have a Porter Cable FR350NC round head nailer. It is angled, the box doesn't say how much. I'm an......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  Framing nailers (in General Home Improvement) by Travis2897
        Looking for a framing nailer, don't want to break the bank, I was hoping to keep it in the 200$ rang......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Is this Butterscotch wood floor OK? (in Floors) by Jaybee
        That works out to $28/ SF - which is pretty steep. Hopefully either you are wrong on the 250 SF are......
        DIY Message Boards > Floors

        Discussion Topic  RE: Is this Butterscotch wood floor OK? (in Floors) by quanghoc
        One guy quoted me around $7K for probably 250 sqft (we haven't measured exact size of the area yet),......
        DIY Message Boards > Floors

        Discussion Topic  RE: Is this Butterscotch wood floor OK? (in Floors) by ron45
        It's more then okay. There's definitely enough meat should it need to be refinished in the future. W......
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        Discussion Topic  Is this Butterscotch wood floor OK? (in Floors) by quanghoc
        I am thinking using this for my bedroom remodel. Do you think this type of wood and thickness is OK?......
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        Discussion Topic  New Balance Shoes ���˦�? �ͦ� ��?�ѦŦ� ��?�ͦ� �ӦϦ�? (in New Shows) by efgh866
        �� ��?�Ѧɦ�? ��?�æ�? �ЦϦ� �ʦ��ͦ�? ......
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        Discussion Topic  Oakley Aurinkolasit J?lleenmyyj?t kun mehil?isten oli l?hell? ?lypuhelimia (in New Shows) by tuvw538
        Huomaat sill? sivulla, ett? osa t?st? rahoituksesta on opiskelijoille ti ......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Ceiling Fan Mounting Bracket Doesn't Match Electrical Box (in Electrical) by CommonwealthSparky
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Ceiling Fan Mounting Bracket Doesn't Match Electrical Box (in Electrical) by Re-mdlr
        I have seen where someone installs a fan box but the box was only rated for 25 lbs. Then the homeow......
        DIY Message Boards > Electrical

        Discussion Topic  RE: Ceiling Fan Mounting Bracket Doesn't Match Electrical Box (in Electrical) by CommonwealthSparky
        Actually all ceiling fans require a box rated for fan use. Something to do with possible fan vibrati......
        DIY Message Boards > Electrical

        Discussion Topic  RE: hot water recirculating (in Plumbing) by cjt
        THANKS!...
        DIY Message Boards > Plumbing

        Discussion Topic  RE: hot water recirculating (in Plumbing) by Sparky617
        To do it with running extra piping you run a loop from the furthest point away from your water heate......
        DIY Message Boards > Plumbing

        Discussion Topic  RE: hot water recirculating (in Plumbing) by Sparky617
        Yes but not without running extra piping which on a two story can be difficult. I have one of these......
        DIY Message Boards > Plumbing

        Discussion Topic  hot water recirculating (in Plumbing) by cjt
        Is there a way to recirculate hot water to the 2nd floor bath without using an electric pump. Thanks...
        DIY Message Boards > Plumbing

        Discussion Topic  RE: Tag Of Me Swap~Closed and Creating~ Due Aug, 31 (in Scrapbooking) by Kay-reeda2
        I received my tags and they are wonderful. Love that your personalities shine through. Janet I like ......
        DIY Message Boards > Scrapbooking

        Discussion Topic  RE: Tag Of Me Swap~Closed and Creating~ Due Aug, 31 (in Scrapbooking) by tooscraphappy
        Janet & Martha, Your tags are great! I didn't want to scare anyone with my picture, but maybe you co......
        DIY Message Boards > Scrapbooking

        Discussion Topic  Hello fellow members **** Free 6 (in Landscaping & Gardening) by nopq465
        Our goal is to produce a spac ......
        DIY Message Boards > Landscaping & Gardening

        Discussion Topic  Hollister Nantes c'est mauvais pour tout le monde (in Home IQ) by pqrs394
        Tout comme sa performance ��pique sur "Saturday Nigh ......
        DIY Message Boards > Home IQ

        Discussion Topic  RE: dog urine stains (in Cleaning) by ismaeldiaz
        I also tried the baking soda and the vinegar solution to remove the stain from the carpet.. It worke......
        DIY Message Boards > Cleaning

        Discussion Topic  RE: 12x12 marble tiles for livingroom wall (in Floors) by Re-mdlr
        When doing walls I don't use thinset. Check out what is available in your area. Best idea is to ch......
        DIY Message Boards > Floors

        Discussion Topic  RE: NEW GARAGE CEMENT FLOOR (in General Home Building) by Jaybee
        First, be aware that you cannot just pour a 16 x 24 slab and put your garage kit on it. You'll need......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Building

        Discussion Topic  RE: Dado cut with chicago electric sliding compound mitre saw (in Woodworking) by szanreno
        How did that Chicago compound mitre saw work out for you? I bought a Chicago surface sander one tim......
        DIY Message Boards > Woodworking

        Discussion Topic  Food Network Ultimate Thanksgiving Essentials Sweepstakes 10/15 - 12/1 (in Related sweeps from our sister sites) by DIYAdmin2
        Enter once daily now through Monday Dec. 1 for your chance to win $3,000 cash plus a Thanksgiving Es......
        DIY Message Boards > Related sweeps from our sister sites

        Discussion Topic  Don't Hate Renovate! (in Don't Hate, Renovate Sweepstakes 10/3 - 11/3 ) by DIYAdmin2
        Enter online three times per day — once on HGTVRemodels.com, once on HGTV.com and once on DIYNetwork......
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        Discussion Topic  Travel Channel October Sweepstakes to Ireland 10/1 - 10/31 (in Related sweeps from our sister sites) by DIYAdmin2
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