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I've seen a few amazing scenarios where the people turned it into a real plus: Garage - They were 3' above flood level. Back basement wall restructured for 2-car garage door (for winter only), yard was graded down & toward the river, driveway &am
Come on, you can't say "nitty-gritty" without thinking about and saying it like Ignacio (aka: Nachooooo!) Last week was sort of a bust. .
I have a basement with a partially finished bedroom (currently used as storage) on one side, a gas furnace and tankless water heater at the foot of the staircase in the middle, and a newly finished family room and art studio on the other side. I need
Bury me standing under your window with the cinder block in hand Yeah cause no one will ever feel like this again And if I could move I'm sure it would only be to crawl back to you I must have dragged my guts a block. .
My house is a bit of a strange design. Although the living room appears to be an addition to the home, it was actually built at the same time as the rest of the house. Looking at the front of the house, the living room is the left 1/3 of the house an
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This article will explain to you how to fix leaking pipes under a slab foundation. Signs of a Slab Leak. The occurrence of water or damp spots on the floor
Thanks for the picture & diagram updates, your initial question was a little unclear to me. You'll have to move the door in order for it to open more than 90-degrees & to flat upon the wall. Move the door, its jamb & threshold inside to b