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There's really only one right way to do this. It takes a bit of time, but it's not difficult or complicated. You'll want to replace the tape to ensure that the seam doesn't propagate through the paint
If the fan is a replacement for a light fixture, be sure it is "Fan Rated", if it isn't, the odds are the fan will fall down and it won't matter which wire went where. You cannot support a ceiling fan from a standard box. The box (or metal device rin
Not something that is easily answered. First -- A question of whether "proper" asbestos abatement is unsafe -- not to me. There are a significant number of precautions required by law for abatement of large areas (in the U
I don't know if you have done a lot of work in attics. .
Is there anyway to safely mount a ceiling fan to this type of older ceiling junction box (see the photos)? I rent an old 1920's built house where an old hanging light fixture junction box was covered with a blank panel. I want to hang a ceiling fan i
The dot operator is used for accessing attributes of any object. For example, a complex number >>> c = 3+4j has (among others) the two attributes real and imag: >>> c. real 3
Could the melting ice water have caused a permanent leak to have developed? (my emphasis) Leaks generally don't repair themselves. Since there is evidence of a leak, it is very likely this will recur. This means that the leak needs to be actively inv
[Summary]electrical ThreePhaseEel's comment is key. Most light switches I've seen are set up the same as in this instructional PDF. The relevant portion from that PDF is in this illustration: Likely, this is exactly how the switch with one light is w
For small nail holes, use spackle. This is the simplest, cheapest way to fill small holes that aren't subject to significant movement. For cracks/seams, such as at corners or around window trim, use caulk (probably a paintable latex or latex+silicone
I recently installed a new ceiling fan in my bedroom . A Case Endeavor fan. It wobbles a little bit, really a 'little' (maybe it is me) so I've been attempting to balance it