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Stained glass is beautiful to look at and enjoyable to create. However, it is incredibly fragile. Even the smallest cracks in stained glass can be worrisome, especially for fear that the crack may spread and destroy the artwork
This isn't a stellar answer because there's more information needed. But here's a start. First, your roof system is built with trusses, so the forces acting on the wood behave a little differently than classic stick framing
It will either do so through small, existing cracks, or it will push through and create new cracks. The first thing to do is repair the area that is leading so much moisture into the wall. The problem is normally around flat areas like parapet walls
When you discover water in your basement it is natural to think that you have a basement leak; that water is somehow finding its way through your foundation wall. When your basement is unfinished and there is water on the floor and no evidence of a l
Whoever installed the existing washing machine in the basement was unable to extend one of the legs long enough to adjust for the slope in the concrete floor. So they took a piece of wood and stuck it under that corner. The washing machine is level a
When should you worry about cracks in your walls? Turning a blind eye to cracks in walls may mean you’re missing the warning signs for serious and ongoing structural damage caused by subsidence. Cracks in walls are common in buildings; though some ar
-114 votes + Voice! - votes against! You started a repair and want to completely change your bathroom?The best option for such a transformation - tiles . There are many kinds of tiles, a huge selection of colors, shapes, in a hardware store, you can
Main Problem Camel crickets are getting inside house and the entry point appears to be a gap between foundations. Background Occasionally, we see camel (spider) crickets in the bathroom of our addition. An exterminator identified a potential entry po