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    Building radiator covers

    Hi all,

    I'm trying to follow the guide here
    www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/how-to/intro/0,,1582598,00.html
    in order to build my own radiator covers, and though I thought I had a bit of woodwork...
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    Re: No Cost Way To Wall Mount Flat Screen TVs

    Great thanks, might give that a try. It certainly worth a go considering what the builder was charging for something similar!
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    Re: Putting in posts for fencing

    Great, thanks for the info guys!
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    Putting in posts for fencing

    I need to drill some holes so that I can put in some posts for fencing, however the holes will need to be drilled into a concrete base. Is there anything I can do to minise the risk of it cracking? ...
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    Re: Removing old linoleum

    I've had the experience and found that only A LOT of elbow grease got the job done. None of the chemicals I tried persoanlly did anything at all. Not to say there isn't a substance out there, but...
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    Re: Smoke damage - clean it or replace it?

    I have to second that going with professionals is the best option, if affordable to you.

    I've had to deal with some very minor smoke damage in the past. And even though it was minimal the whole...
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    Re: What about Mothers?

    Agreed - you can have whatever you want for Mother's day :)
  8. Thread: slow drain

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    Re: slow drain

    First thing is to diagnose the problem with a special camera. Then once you've found where the problem lies you can look at possible fixes.
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    Re: Seeping water in basement

    Excavation is probably the surest route to go.
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    Re: I need some encouragement & advice Please

    Not great advice I know, but you really need someone to look at it professionally on how best to repair / move forward. Might be difficult on a budget, but I would think it's the only way to truly...
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    Re: Electrolux Appliances

    I've had a similar experience. Agreed, not good at all! :(
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    Pressure spraying brick work

    I really want to clean up the brick work at the front of the house I've bought. Was thinking us using a pressure washer / spray, but am concerned that it will blast away the cement and therefore...
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    'Bubbling' effect on walls when painting

    I'm getting a strange bubbling effect when trying to paint some newly plastered walls. The plaster has been left a while to dry, so that's not the problem....

    Anyone know what this is caused by...
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    Was hoping for...

    Was hoping for the tree stumps from back and front yards to be cut out, with some new bushes put in and the front driveway finally finished.

    .....didn't happen :(
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    Re: Green Halloween ideas?

    Lol, I don't think I'll be decorating my home in halloween styles all year round buddy!....I guess it might be ok for Goths, but I have a wife and 6 year old who might object! :)
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