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Concrete is usually rated at 3,000 or more PSI, which is a measure of crush resistance. You won't come anywhere near that. So the question becomes one of crack resistance, and that's going to depend almost entirely on the integrity of the substrate
I'm really at a loss on this one. I have recently (as in yesterday) purchased a Galaxy GeForce 210 graphics card, purely so I can run my 17" Dell LCD beside my Samsung 24". I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium, 64-bit
I have been mired in this rabbit hole of picking a flooring for my new condo. I cannot glue or nail into concrete so I either I double floor it with plywood then hardood or I float. I have been reading how solid wood floors cannot be floated as comma
I've got an outlet in my kitchen that I have several appliances plugged into: a microwave, a cordless phone, and a Keurig coffee maker. If I leave the Keurig coffee maker plugged in to the outlet, after a few minutes the power will cut out on the cir
I've come across a scenario in which this feature might actually improve safety: Some older European buildings still have TN-C wiring in place. Current wiring codes no longer allow this due to safety concerns (which I'll get to in a minute), but ther
These universal tools not only provide ease, but long lasting secure mounting for virtually any make or model of dishwasher. Used in new countertop installation, the E-Z Dishwasher Bracket makes installation a snap. Simply, use the screws provided to
Then, during the spring and summer, allow adequate recovery by taking one or two days off the bike each week and scaling back the intensity of your rides one week out of every month. —Selene Yeager, Bicycling, January/February 2008 … they are adequat
When it comes to cabinets, a lot hinges on the hinges. Their style and functionality have a huge effect on the overall appearance and performance of your cabinets and doors, maybe as much as the choice of wood or finish. The good news is that a wide
To get started choosing the right pump for your application you need to know the following: How much water flow will do I need -Duty point? How much Pressure do I need- Duty point? Pump Type and construction eg: Cast iron or Stainless steel? Control
When running CPVC supply lines for a sink, how should they be anchored before popping out of the drywall? I know with copper you can use drop ear elbows which are mounted to a backer But with CPVC supposedly "CPVC expands and contracts more than copp