ok, then I take it the new bulb you are using is a CFL [compact flourescent] - Some of these are to be installed in all positions, some are base up or
was the light bulb in your bathroom a regular incandescent bulb or a cfl? the 100 watt bulb.
A perimeter drain AKA as French Drain is effective IF you have water entering the crawl from the exterior, this is usually from poor grading around the
I had the first company to come and assess the situation and give an estimate today and they ball parked the fix at 12.5k for a 4 day job (pretty nice
Hi all, I was wondering if anyone could help me with this...
I replaced the 100w bulb in my bathroom with a 60w that only uses 15w. Turned
That's a lot of info. I appreciate it. Thanks.
It depends on how much slope they put on the floor going to the drain and how far from the drain. Best thing to do is find where the floor levels out,
I'm having 12mm laminate installed in basement. No moisture issues. There is a floor drain in the floor that ends in the woods, covered for decades, and
Got to thinking about your "chirping" sound. Well, the metal cabinet that forms the shell of the heater is held in place by some sheet metal
[CENTER]If you want to avoid stripping and refinishing the woodwork in your home, try cleaning it first. Sometimes all it needs is a good scrubbing!
For painted surfaces: Simply scrub with soap...