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i am assuming that the situation you are describing is drywall on furring strips on concrete (so there is a 3/4" or so gap between the drywall and the concrete). if its drywall directly on concrete, see the first answer. if its the latter than see be
by Gleb Last Updated February 24, 2016 01:09 AM Say I want to hang a shelf to the ceiling: Given that points A,B,C,D are fixed on the ceiling, and points a,b,c,d are fixed connection points on the shelf. 1) Is it possible to control pan and tilt (yaw
Recently we had a homeowner inquire with us as to how to hang an art display on a stone fireplace. This person has a beautiful stone fireplace in his home (as you’ll soon see in the photos below) that he didn’t want to mar by putting holes into eithe
50lbs is definitely something drywall or plaster can handle, but absolutely go with using the studs. Just regular wood screws or decks screws are fine, 2" to 2 1/2" long maximum to avoid any unknown electrical or plumbing. You can also double the scr
You are correct about a snap toggle being basically a nut and bolt. I'm not sure you can say it's the same thing as a nut and bolt because there is probably fewer threads actually being engaged on the toggle Snap toggles are stronger in drywall than
How to Hanging a Heavy Mirror on Drywall – A mirror can improve the look and size of a quarter, creating a reflection that makes a smaller space seem more expansive. Similar to hang any heavy object on drywall, serious damage can occur if the mirror
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Getting a smaller toggle with shorter wings will likely get the wings to release, but you still need to shorten the toggle's bolt. With your toggle on the bolt & screwed down to where the closed toggle wings are a little further from the bolt's h
If the frames aren't important & are at least a few mm's wide, then it would be best to actually secure the pictures by drilling the frame & screwing them directly to the wall. Either, directly into the structural framing or into one of many
Photo: Kit Stansley We’ve all been there, right? “Oh, I just need to find a stud to hang this picture. ” And fifteen holes later, you’re convinced the wall is held up by pixie dust and a wish, because apparently there’s no wood behind it. As anyone w