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Depending on thickness, granite countertops may be self-supporting without underlayment. September 5, 2006 Question I had some 3cm granite installed in a kitchen. Is it normal not to use a plywood underlayment? They put the stone directly on the cabi
Add several coats of varnish to wood and it will enhance the natural colour of the timber, delivering a lovely, rich sheen. Varnish protects wood, providing a durable surface that helps to prevent damage and keeps it in good condition. So far, so sim
Twin pump Constant pressure cold water booster sets are designed to increase the pressure of the water services within a building where the existing feed tank or incoming mains are not capable of supplying suitable system pressure. Incorporating ESER
Get stainless steel without going broke. A number of affordable appliance manufacturers now offer models almost identical to their high-end counterparts. (Dishwasher, $549
I'm doing a kitchen remodel and while tearing down the walls I found quite a mess of wires from a sub-panel that exists in a small closet off the kitchen. It was so bad that I decided it needs to be replaced. While replacing this sub-panel the main f
Need to fix your alternator? Learn how to unplug alternator electrical connectors with expert auto maintenance tips in this free car repair. .
Example of a variable-speed, reciprocating saw Reciprocating saws have many uses; here it is cutting through hard-to-remove nails in a staircase A reciprocating saw is a type of saw in which the cutting action is achieved through a push and pull reci
As far as I am aware, my bathroom uses mains water pressure direct from the street, which goes through a gas boiler in my flat, although I do not know the water pressure. What I am concerned about, is whether these two showers mentioned will allow fo
The board that is against your house is the ledger. This runs parallel to your house you should see it bolted in. This would be load bearing (along with your posts) and is bolted into floor joists - which are not 2x4s