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Sorry for my choice of words yesterday. Hope this is better explained: ground water flooded two finished rooms in my basement. Took out rotting, mildewed drywall, studs, sill plate, insulation
(Based in the UK) I am building a fence on top of a low wall by attaching 100mm fence posts to the brick wall and then attaching my fencing to the posts. My problem is this the fencing is quite heavy so the posts have to be sturdy. I was originally g
Stick lightweight insulation panels to the back of mobile/wheeled shelving units (or if you have no need for shelving, which would seem odd, just fill the units with insulation and cover the faces. ) The floor and ceiling either need to be VERY unifo
My apartment has very shoddy walls. It's basically a truss construction (though I never encountered a truss in a wall, but a neighbor did), the space between the trusses is filled with sand and fine slag with a little gypsum or mortar as glue. The wa
This sounds sketchy to me. The zinc-plated screw-in drywall anchors are actually quite string, and could be used to partially secure a wall in some cases, in my opinion. However, given that: This is a shower You are putting tiles on this wall The oth
The best way to deal with this problem is to first mount a suitable piece of 3/4" plywood on the wall such that it spans to studs where it can be securely attached. The TV mount can then be mounted to the plywood using suitable screws that go into pr
Flexible "putty knives" find more application when performing operations such as doing drywall taping. Particularly when larger width blades are used such as 6", 8" or 10" sizes. Smaller sized blades in the 1" to maybe 2
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