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  1. Building & Construction
    I have installed two trellises on either sided of a Lime tree. My intent is to try to grow it as an espalier. Please see the pictures below. I used a couple of inexpensive power coated metal fences from Home Depot. They are 8' high by 3' wide when mounted vertically as shown. The vertical...
  2. Carpentry
    I've got three steps leading up from a basement. They're 1" wood with a nose on the front of the treads. The risers are open. I'd like to fashion a ramp of sorts to allow my wife & kids to roll their bikes up. But I'd rather not use the kind of ramp brackets that simply lay on top of the...
  3. Building & Construction
    In my bathtub recession, which has not been tiled yet, i have a recessed box for things like shampoo etc. on the opposite side from the showerhead. The dimensions are 15" wide x 42" tall x 6" deep. What I would like to have inside the box are two glass shelves and what I would like is to mount...
  4. Carpentry
    I'm installing a stairway handrail onto a half-inch-plaster surface using brackets. There are unusually wide studs in the basement stairwell for some reason, so the screws in a 3-hole bracket will all go into the stud with no problem. And the studs are very deep, so I will be able to penetrate...
  5. General DIY Discussions
    Hi, Removed an old ceiling fan. The steel junction box was mounted to a metal brace between the support braces, never had a problem with fan wobbling or anything. It's a flush mount 52", directions keep saying to have junction box mounted on a wood joist. Then to mount bracket to the...
  6. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
    Hey all - in the final leg of kitchen reno, been doing almost all myself, except the granite install... followed advice I've heard on here to leave that to the pros... and thank god I did! :thumbsup: Man those slabs were big and heavy. Actually, felt kinda good for once to sit back and watch...
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