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  1. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    I am checking to use self-leveling to make the floor level or use one of product like Planipatch to just cover the sagged areas. I have a bump in the middle and both side are down, like an umbrella. 3/16" on each side. I am planning to put Ditra down after that. Thanks for yuor advise in advance.
  2. Building & Construction
    My first post. I've read through several threads already and found some good pointers. I am the proud owner of a 750sf 1948 single story cinder block house built on a slab! I have a metal roof and it is very low--a 2/12 is what I'm told. Over the last 5 years I have noticed a slight sag in...
  3. Roofing/Siding
    We have a 210 years old stone house with the original rafters and perlins. The house is 45 feet long and 20 feet wide and is two stories high. The roof has a straight ridgeline--nothing fancy. Two chimneys protrude through the roof. The front of the roof has individual metal shingles...
  4. Building & Construction
    I recently purchased a older double wide mobile as a fixer upper for a rental. I knew when I purchased it that it had roof issues, and I was able to get it for a price I think will make it worthwhile. The roof has significant waviness to it on one side of the mobile, and not nearly as...
  5. Building & Construction
    So I recently bought an older home (built in 1946) here in Modesto, CA which has a detached garage. I've been living in the home for about 6 months now and I have started to repair some of the shoddy work done by the previous owners (PO's). I would consider myself to be moderately handy and my...
  6. Building & Construction
    I have a raised ranch house, built in the 1970's and I am looking in to replacing the header over the garage. The garage is located in the basement level of my house with the main level being over the basement. I noticed that the header over the garage door has sagged about an inch in the...
  7. Building & Construction
    So here is my dilemma :censored:. Recently moved in, removed the carpet from a floor in the den, removed the parquetry underneath to be able to put in hardwood. Managed to level parts of the floor from beneath due to missing joist hangers. Also bought some self levelling underlayment from some...
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