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        Discussion Topic  RE: wax candle stain imbedded in engineered hardwood floor (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
        I would have probably taken a different approach at the beginning. Being that it is wax I would wan......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Can I fix this? (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
        I can still view the pictures that you posted. Might be something on your end....
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Can I fix this? (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
        I would use a 3' pipe clamp 1st to draw it over before trying to insert the blocks. It would also g......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Add extension to deck (in Outdoor Projects) by redoverfarm
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Add extension to deck (in Outdoor Projects) by redoverfarm
        Using 4X4 for support post is OK depending on your design and size. I would never use 4X4 as a fram......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Metal roof panels for screened porch (in Outdoor Projects) by redoverfarm
        Sparky617 I had wonder this myself. Even with the newer type metal there shouldn't be any leaks "IF......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Metal roof panels for screened porch (in Outdoor Projects) by redoverfarm
        Not sure what type of metal you have but it is not often that seams leak. What is the pitch of the r......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 2 x 4 Framing on slab is damp -- what to do? (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 2 x 4 Framing on slab is damp -- what to do? (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 2 x 4 Framing on slab is damp -- what to do? (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
        Termite shields are flashing with a 30-35 degree bend on the exterior which help prevent termites fr......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 2 x 4 Framing on slab is damp -- what to do? (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
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        Discussion Topic  RE: basement floor (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
        It appears that at some point there was a considerable amount of moisture/water in the area of the p......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: basement floor (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
        Normally until you have undisturbed soil. Pouring concrete on loose soil allows it to crack. You ca......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: basement floor (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
        Depending on the elevation of the concrete now existing I would be tempted to pour a complete slab o......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Building closet (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
        Cabinet grade plywood is an option. Finished on both sides comes in3/4" X 4'X 8' sheet. Just rip &......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Building closet (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
        To dress and beef it up somewhat by adding a 1-1/2"-2" X 3/4" strip the length of your shelf to the ......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Building closet (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
        The only thing that comes to mind is a "French cleat" for a suspended shelf. But they usually don't......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Help; With Operating a HOLE SAW" (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
        Well we gave it our best shot. Without knowing exactly what you have I doubt that I will be of much......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Help; With Operating a HOLE SAW" (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
        Most DIY hole saws have a arbor/drill bit combination. Meaning that the arbor is hollow to accept a......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: WRB in front or behind flashing? (in General Home Improvement) by redoverfarm
        If that is a concern for you then you could always place another narrower piece of WRB up behind the......
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