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        Discussion Topic  RE: Exterior wall; dealing with "hump" when installing Hardie Plank. (in Windows, Walls & Doors) by SturdyNail
        Thanks once again Jaybee. The PT 2x is a good idea. Sorry about beating this to death, but that prob......
        DIY Message Boards > Windows, Walls & Doors

        Discussion Topic  RE: Exterior wall; dealing with "hump" when installing Hardie Plank. (in Windows, Walls & Doors) by SturdyNail
        I surveyed the situation again tonight. I have a low area in another part of the wall too. It looks......
        DIY Message Boards > Windows, Walls & Doors

        Discussion Topic  RE: Exterior wall; dealing with "hump" when installing Hardie Plank. (in Windows, Walls & Doors) by SturdyNail
        Thanks Jaybee. Bend is good. What would think of wedging composite shims behind the planks where the......
        DIY Message Boards > Windows, Walls & Doors

        Discussion Topic  Exterior wall; dealing with "hump" when installing Hardie Plank. (in Windows, Walls & Doors) by SturdyNail
        Hello, I sure wish I had noticed this before I finished sheathing one section. There is a "hump" t......
        DIY Message Boards > Windows, Walls & Doors

        Discussion Topic  RE: Need advice on choosing components for exterior, recessed, lighting. (in Electrical) by SturdyNail
        Thanks Sparky^2 (Sparky617 & CommonwealthSparky). Regarding the "damp" or "wet" debate, you should ......
        DIY Message Boards > Electrical

        Discussion Topic  RE: Need advice on choosing components for exterior, recessed, lighting. (in Electrical) by SturdyNail
        They'll be mounted in the underside of a soffit, so a truly horizontal rain could, I suppose, wet th......
        DIY Message Boards > Electrical

        Discussion Topic  RE: Need advice on choosing components for exterior, recessed, lighting. (in Electrical) by SturdyNail
        Thanks for the links Sparky617. I started exploring a bit from your links and found these as possib......
        DIY Message Boards > Electrical

        Discussion Topic  RE: Need advice on choosing components for exterior, recessed, lighting. (in Electrical) by SturdyNail
        Thanks Sparky617. Are there "exterior" versions of recessed housings?...
        DIY Message Boards > Electrical

        Discussion Topic  RE: Need advice on choosing components for exterior, recessed, lighting. (in Electrical) by SturdyNail
        I had breakfast already, thank you alphabet spammer, but I still need advice related to my home's el......
        DIY Message Boards > Electrical

        Discussion Topic  Need advice on choosing components for exterior, recessed, lighting. (in Electrical) by SturdyNail
        I went to one home center and the woman working there had no clue what I was talking about. At a di......
        DIY Message Boards > Electrical

        Discussion Topic  RE: WRB in front or behind flashing? (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        Thanks ron45, As you said, "plywood sheathing 'should' have covered the joist". Original construct......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: WRB in front or behind flashing? (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        Thanks redoverfarm & Jaybee, You both have good points. Keeping the WRB continuous from foundation t......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: WRB in front or behind flashing? (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        Thanks Sparky617 & redoverfarm, Sparky617, when you said "Your band should be pressure treated", we......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  WRB in front or behind flashing? (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        Hello, Hopefully, the attached sketches will help describe what I'm trying to say. Originally, I pl......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: weeds taking over the grass (in Landscaping & Gardening) by SturdyNail
        Since we're doing the bump this morning anyway, I'll share a little about weeds taking over the gras......
        DIY Message Boards > Landscaping & Gardening

        Discussion Topic  RE: I need help re landscaping my yard (in Landscaping & Gardening) by SturdyNail
        I heard Ahmed Hassan (former host of Yard Crashers) speak at a local home show. He gave some intere......
        DIY Message Boards > Landscaping & Gardening

        Discussion Topic  RE: Boral TruExterior vs. PVC trim (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        Thanks Sparky617. I'm going to check with the local Sherwin Williams store. I'll be trying to matc......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: Boral TruExterior vs. PVC trim (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        ..., how about Miratec?...
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        Discussion Topic  Boral TruExterior vs. PVC trim (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        Do any of you have experience with Boral TruExterior Trim? I wanted to use Azek PVC as the band-boa......
        DIY Message Boards > General Home Improvement

        Discussion Topic  RE: Laminate vs. Hardwood (in Floors) by SturdyNail
        Where's JoeCaption now? He HATES laminate :-) :-) I have a good quality laminate in my kitchen and......
        DIY Message Boards > Floors


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