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  1. Tools
    I have a Troy Built 5500W generator with a 4500 series B&S engine. It's several years old, but since it's only used when power is out for extended periods, it has less than 100 hours of run time. (once power was out for 2-3 days due to ice storm) I got it out last summer during a power failure...
  2. HVAC
    Hey there! We have a less than ideal under-stair broom closet that's being used as a 'server room' for a small studio environment. There's also going to be a lot of "You shouldn't ___" in regards to the setup, but we're working the best with what we have. The server room has been used for...
  3. General DIY Discussions
    I have an extremely small bathroom and I need ideas on how to go about making the most of the space. Any thoughts?
  4. Interior Decorating
    Hello! Our rental is in the running for Apartment Therapy's 2015 Small Cool Contest. We have DIY-ed through this entire rental; we've painted, changed faucets, swapped fixtures, added hardware...you name it, we've done it! We even painted the stained, off-white linoleum counter top to resemble...
  5. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
    the door swings in to the 4.5' portion of things right into the oversized sink and cabinet... there is CARPET on the floor!!! The walk-in 4.5' x 4' shower is old small tiles and the floor is sinking and SUPER cold in the winter. The ceiling in the shower is lower than the ceiling in the rest of...
  6. Building & Construction
    Any tips or critiqs on my construction of my small barn. Its a 12' deep, 16' wide, 3 stall small barn. The center section is 8' os to os wide with 6x6x10 posts on 4 corners with 2x8x12s with 1/2 plywood sandwiched for the 'beams' to tie the front to the back on each side. 2x8s doubled up and...
  7. Building & Construction
    Hi guys I have a quick roofing question. I live in a terrace house with a 3m or so concrete alley separating the houses, half is mine, half the opposing neighbor, who has already extended his house to the line and up (3 floors). Therefore, the measurements I'm working with are approximately...
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