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05-11-2015, 09:11 PM
Houzz. At the risk of hijacking the original post, do you have a pic of your use of plug strips under the wall cabinets & above the counter top? Thank,BS
05-10-2015, 07:25 PM
Tom, I first thought you were peeing on my leg, but upon checking I found something, for all practical purposes, is the same. It is for both air flow and water flow.
I'm looking forward to...
05-10-2015, 01:26 PM
What about crud collecting in the switch?
What is the symbol for designating an air switch on the electrical plans?
I'm askin cause I'm doing a kitchen remodel/design at the present time.
05-09-2015, 11:05 AM
My only experience with air switches is with spa tubs etc.
What are the chances of someone inadvertently activating the switch mounted on the counter top by normal daily usage such as...
When was this concrete poured? In the pics, it looks as if it has been there for many years. Experiencing many freeze thaw cycles over many years can cause bad things to even good concrete.
Looks like the door I installed on my teenager's room.
Sorry Tom, it seems that these senior moments are coming closer and closer everyday. :) BS
Tom, not to belabor the point, but did you solve the problem that you were originally asking about?
What is the purpose or how and why are you using this particular fixture.
Have you had a chance...
Mobern: Just curious, but how many of these fixtures will you be installing? I was researching for fixtures for a job that I am working on and stumbled upon the fixture I'm assuming that you were...
That's a good solution. I'm just trying to get the working height of the shelf down a little lower and salvage the drawer.
At this point Tom, it has become a challenge. I'll let you know if I pull...
That or attaching it to the mixer cabinet door.
Darn. Lets see. With the door closed, you would hardly notice the 2-1/2" notch. I'll send you a picture. :) Thanks again Tom. I really appreciate your help.
Yeah, I was afraid that it might get into the toe kick before it got low enough.
The under drawer KV will almost work. If I dropped it only about 1", I think it would work.
I just like the...
Thanks Tom. That's what I needed to know. Not what I wanted to know however. :)
Have you ever tried or thought about notching the bottom of the cabinet to allow the standard Rev-a-shelf to be...
Under drawer installation. Standard 36"h x 24"d face framed base cabinet. 12" width between vertical face frame. Standard Kitchen Aid mixer.
Is there any reason that this won't work with the mixer...
04-04-2015, 10:56 AM
Really need sketch or something. Is the slope to be in one direction or in both directions???? Is just the 2x6 to be sloped?????
02-27-2015, 12:06 PM
Bill, based on the temp. zone of N.O., I'm really surprised that they are insulating foundations at all. Much less with foam. Foam in roofs/attics and walls maybe, but not foundations.
Seems to me,...
12-29-2014, 10:09 PM
For what it's worth. My introduction into the residential building trades was in 1956. (you do the math)
For right or wrong and for good or bad, you learned from the people you worked with or...
12-20-2014, 01:46 PM
Charlie V/larryh Ok,Ok, I get it. I've done calc's on installations similar to this using solid lumber but not with TJI's.
Understand why you are not getting much help. The shape of TJI's and two...
12-17-2014, 08:52 PM
Larry. I still can't get my head wrapped around this thing. Any way I look at it, it makes no sense.
Maybe Oregon will cone along and be so kind and splain better. BS
12-17-2014, 02:36 PM
Help me out here. Is the 15 wide gable and the 15' beam in question running parallel to one another?
Will the 15'beam be running parallel to the existing house?
Will you have a flat porch...
12-17-2014, 01:33 PM
I keep reading the post and still don't know what the problem is. You have a building 22' wide and you will have sloping roof and a sloping ceiling.
There are TJI's that can easily span that....
I knew it was fairly common for builders/GC's to classify carpenters etc. as sub-contractors, but I was surprised to learn that a company like Fed-X was doing it with their drivers.
I was reading...
11-13-2014, 07:27 PM
I believe that is the case. It's just that the area under 5' can't be included in the required min. area.
My only authority is that I have done it without any objection by the AHJ in my area....
10-21-2014, 12:28 PM
Yep Your right. Per Vitruvius. The system and mutules was invented for the Doric order, and similarly the scheme of dentils belongs to the Ionic, in which there of proper grounds for its use...