Re: My new old house
I would generally agree, and, for someone who is handy to tinker with something and get it working again is not a bad thing. In this instance, the key is to know when to say when. Tinker once or twice to get it working, after that, replacement will be the best way to go. If you're paying someone to work on your property, then always replace with new, good quality products, and make sure the tradesman knows what he's doing.
Originally Posted by dj1
I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!