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    Re: Cement/Concrete Countertops

    As its only 1.5 years old, the quickest path to some info may be to get in touch with the contractor who built the counter tops. He/she should be able to either provide the correct fix or point...
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    Re: Tile on Kitchen Floor

    More of a question than an answer - Does there need to be some form of vapor barrier to keep the insulation dry?
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    Re: new boiler

    If its not too late in the process, have you thought about ground loop heat pumps? These use the near constant temperature of the ground to reduce both your heating and cooling costs. With the cost...
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    Re: Create Hardwood Flooring??

    You can call wood-mizer @ 1.800.553.0182 to find out if there are any local portable sawmills in your area. Not all sawyers will cut down the trees, so you may have to also contact a tree service. ...
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    Re: Cement/Concrete Countertops

    If you google "concrete countertops diy" there are a couple of good sites with alot of good info. Let me know if you find what you are looking for.
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    Re: Antique hot water cast iron radiators

    If the radiators are in good shape, there should be a ready market for them. I would post them on Craig's List or similar.
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    Re: 100 year old floor - Help!

    The pine boards are 5 1/2" wide - nothing spectacular there. I'll try and post a sample picture of the oak and the pine tomorrow. In any event, I'm about 8 hours east of you, JL. Thanks to both...
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    Re: 100 year old floor - Help!

    Its really only slightly more than 1/4". I pulled a couple of pieces up and used a ruler. Would have been a **** mine if it was 3/4". Its layed over top of 3/4 - 4/4 pine planks. I guess it was...
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    100 year old floor - Help!

    My parents are moving out of their 100+ year old house which will then be demolished. Don't fret, we are pulling out all of the old fittings and mouldings to recycle. My question is about the oak...
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