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According to what I've seen, insulating basement ceilings (which is roughly the same as what you asked) has relatively little effect on energy use, though it will make the floors a bit warmer. If you wear slippers or have carpets/rugs, that may not b
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A possible addition to this article: In Canada, at least, there are often numerous cleanouts on each branch off the main sewer line, generally tucked behind cabinets. Thus, if only the sink (toilet/shower/whatever) is blocked, or if only the one bath
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One of the most common electrical defects that I find when inspecting old houses in the Twin Cities is ungrounded three prong outlets. This happens when a standard three prong outlet is wired without the ground wire being connected. Today I’ll give a
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