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Exploring Dubrovnik walls is certainly the first thing that all visitors want to do. The walls are ranked number one of all top sights to see or things to do in Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik walls are not only the highlights of town’s history and architecture
If any type of drywall anchors are failing me, I immediately switch to toggle bolts. The down side being that if they also rip out they're going to pull off large sections of plaster. Finding the studs is always better
External floating roof tank (double deck type) An external floating roof tank is a storage tank commonly used to store large quantities of petroleum products such as crude oil or condensate. It comprises an open- topped cylindrical steel shell equipp
My house was built in 1959. The basement has a pseudo-finished area with walls made of wood paneling. I've started removing some of it to address issues behind the wall and to provide easier electrical access for electricians who will be adding some
Not sure how to install fire block? I'm your huckleberry. I know that's a movie quote from somewhere but I can't remember where. I think it means I'm your man or something southern macho like that
Since the question specifically states: I dont have any of those wall outlets with the built in breakers I assume you mean there are no GFCI receptacles in the house which look like this: nitpick: GFCIs are not breakers, they trip based on current im
1. Use the right fastenerDon't hang a bookshelf with any old screws you have laying around. Using drywall screws, for instance, is a bad idea
The IRC requires a one-hour rated fire separation between the dwelling units of a duplex in R302. 3. Likewise, it requires a two-hour rated fire separation between each dwelling unit in a townhouse in R302
By: Ben Erickson Whether it’s a priceless work of art or a collection of family photographs, it’s important that what you hang on your walls stays put. While attaching directly to studs provides the most security, they are often not located in the id
I think what I'd do is try and spread the load across several columns and several rows. I'd get myself some lumber, say 2x6 pine/fir, and stain and seal it. I'd run two 48" lengths vertically behind the mounting plates of the bar, with the bulk of th