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Follow internal walls up through your structure. Starting at the basement (or, if you don't have one, the first floor), locate your internal walls, which, as you can probably guess, are the walls inside your four external walls. Follow each internal
I am doing some renovations on our home and would like to open up some areas but not sure if the walls are load bearing or not I have a three story semidetached home no basement just a crawlspace were furnace is and duck work. also would like to open
Ok, I've drillled a few more holes. If you look at the first picture above with the three holes in a horizontal line, this picture shows some more holes I drilled around the middle hole. There is no wood in the big hole on bottom left and no wood in
Joints To Lengthen Ties And StrutsLapped Joint. - This joint is of a very clumsy appearance, and is only used in work of a temporary nature or in small timber framings hidden from view. It is formed by overlapping the ends of two pieces of timber, an
A home inspection is cheap compared to fixing a potentially major problem down the road. I agree with getting a home inspection. They cost around $150 in my area
1 Removing the ceiling of oil stains 2 Removing the ceiling water stains 2. 1 Get rid of yellow stains after fresh repair 2. 2 is removed from the ceiling stains from soot andsmoke 2
Some construction projects call for a larger masonry block than a standard brick, but solid concrete blocks can be very expensive and very heavy. One common compromise are largely hollow masonry blocks known as cinder blocks. These are also sometimes
We have talked about mounting our 55" XBR-55X810C Sony 4K TV since we bought it, and yesterday we bought a mount on a whim. It's a Stanley tilting mount for 32" up to 70" TV's up to 90 pounds in weight. The XBR-55X810C specs say it's 38
I'm trying to figure out the viability of a project to suspend bicycles from the garage ceiling. What I don't know, however, is how much to worry about the bearing capacity of wood screws to hold a pulley, fairlead, or other device to guide the rope
I plan on cutting tile and finishing the vertical strip just under the remaining tiles. My challenge is meeting up the new drywall with the existing tile so that it is flush. My questions are: 1