• Does home depot or lowes install carports?

    I think they sell the material to make them but do they actually install them too?
    I think they sell the material to make them but do they actually install them too?
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • I have too many onions please help I’m in hell?

    There is no god there is only onions
    There is no god there is only onions
    7 answers · 20 hours ago
  • How to unclog a toilet?

    Someone flushed a pad down the toilet and we tried to use a plunger but it’s not working
    Someone flushed a pad down the toilet and we tried to use a plunger but it’s not working
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is single wall stove pipe sufficient inside for my wood stove? How much will 3/4” foam insulation over the rafters help?

    I’m putting a wood stove in my garage, will be 3 feet away from my walls. I’m going to use triple wall pipe where it goes through the roof and higher. Is single wall sufficient inside the garage? I once rented a house that the barrel stove in the garage had only single wall pipe all the way and was only 8 inches... show more
    I’m putting a wood stove in my garage, will be 3 feet away from my walls. I’m going to use triple wall pipe where it goes through the roof and higher. Is single wall sufficient inside the garage? I once rented a house that the barrel stove in the garage had only single wall pipe all the way and was only 8 inches from the wall, had a big burn spot on the wall, I moved it to 3 feet, but didn’t change the stove pipe. It worked for the 2 winters I was there without any problems with creosote buildup and I used it constantly, but since my current landlord here is letting me do this, I want to do it up to code.
    5 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Rate of work problem?

    A new type of pump can drain a certain pool in 9 hours. An older pump can drain the pool in 11 hours. How long will it take both pumps working together to drain the pool?
    A new type of pump can drain a certain pool in 9 hours. An older pump can drain the pool in 11 hours. How long will it take both pumps working together to drain the pool?
    3 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Would a 18v charger damage a 20v battery?

    I have a 20v DeWalt drill, but the charger burned out. Locally I cannot purchase another 20v charger, but I can purchase and 18v charger locally. Will the 18v damage the battery
    I have a 20v DeWalt drill, but the charger burned out. Locally I cannot purchase another 20v charger, but I can purchase and 18v charger locally. Will the 18v damage the battery
    5 answers · 22 hours ago
  • Bleeding a radiator still cold?

    I have a 3 bed house. The bathroom upstairs aswell as a bedroom is an extension of the house. All my heaters work except the bathroom upstairs. I tried using the radiator key to bleed it, but it didn't work. On my second attempt it still didnt work. The two other heaters in the other room beside it work fine.... show more
    I have a 3 bed house. The bathroom upstairs aswell as a bedroom is an extension of the house. All my heaters work except the bathroom upstairs. I tried using the radiator key to bleed it, but it didn't work. On my second attempt it still didnt work. The two other heaters in the other room beside it work fine. Does anyone know of any tips I could try? I have not had to bleed other heaters in my home so not sure if I done something wrong, or not long enough etc.
    10 answers · 7 days ago
  • Heating Question?

    I live in a small studio apartment which is basically one room, a kitchen, and a bathroom. I noticed last year that the electric bill was very high. I think at one point it reached 120 dollars. I would never set it over 70 and when i left for work i would lower it down to 50. So after last winter i have done some... show more
    I live in a small studio apartment which is basically one room, a kitchen, and a bathroom. I noticed last year that the electric bill was very high. I think at one point it reached 120 dollars. I would never set it over 70 and when i left for work i would lower it down to 50. So after last winter i have done some thinking and i had my door insulated and did some weather proofing around my apartment. Anyways sorry for the long introduction, but i felt it needed some context to my question. My question is would it be cheaper for me to just use a space heater when im home in my studio apartment opposed to turning on my heat? Also would lighting a bunch of candles help? I know i sound like a scrooge, but i really don't want to deal with the electric bills this winter.
    12 answers · 5 days ago
  • If I use less psi on paint sprayers will the paint last longer?

    as if I was using a 45 psi and it took me 2 5 gallon buckets to paint 128 pc 16 ft ship lap boards compared to if I lowered to maybe a 30 psi
    as if I was using a 45 psi and it took me 2 5 gallon buckets to paint 128 pc 16 ft ship lap boards compared to if I lowered to maybe a 30 psi
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Drill bit "made" of glass? Where can I find such a thing? I want one to have as an interesting thing to have?

    specifically like a twist drill bit. even if it costs like 300$ to make I really want to have one. Its not going to be used. just for display. could also be ceramic or similar glass like material
    specifically like a twist drill bit. even if it costs like 300$ to make I really want to have one. Its not going to be used. just for display. could also be ceramic or similar glass like material
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • How to increase bass response on 100v ceiling speakers?

    If I just turn up the bass on amplifier, all that happens is either just bass comes out or some speakers get sound and some dont
    If I just turn up the bass on amplifier, all that happens is either just bass comes out or some speakers get sound and some dont
    3 answers · 3 days ago
  • Heating a college dorm room with a water boiler?

    I don't have any control over the heating in my dorm room and it's just slightly too cold. I have a water boiler though, and I was wondering if it would be realistic to try to use that to bring the temperature up a little bit for short times and add a bit of humidity to the air. Initially, I feel like it... show more
    I don't have any control over the heating in my dorm room and it's just slightly too cold. I have a water boiler though, and I was wondering if it would be realistic to try to use that to bring the temperature up a little bit for short times and add a bit of humidity to the air. Initially, I feel like it would work, but I'm also 19 and stupid so it might be good to check.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Whats the name of the small pins that hold the handle of a knife in place?

    Best answer: They are called Tang pins
    Best answer: They are called Tang pins
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Clogged toilet??

    My brother and I have been house-sitting for our parents while they were out of town. Before he left last night he texted me saying that he had clogged the toilet by flushing paper towels down it, but didn't say how many or which bathroom. Flash forward to an hour ago, I went to the bathroom, the toilet looked... show more
    My brother and I have been house-sitting for our parents while they were out of town. Before he left last night he texted me saying that he had clogged the toilet by flushing paper towels down it, but didn't say how many or which bathroom. Flash forward to an hour ago, I went to the bathroom, the toilet looked completely fine and again, I had never been told which toilet was clogged. I went to the bathroom and sure enough the entire bowl filled with water. I plunged a few times and figured it was good and I began to see old paper towels coming out. I flushed again. Not unclogged, and better yet, this time the bowl completely filled and spilled out onto the floor. I am not sure what to do. The only way to check if it is unclogged is to flush it, but I cannot risk more water splashing onto the floor. Should I wait it out or what should I do??
    23 answers · 1 week ago
  • What brick type is this?

    What brick type is this?

    Building floor plan, have very little experience in the field plus didn't have time to measure the brick type at location. Can any trained eye tell me what type of bricks these are in the photo below? Need some accurate dimensions. In Australia, don't know if that affects the common standard. Cheers
    Building floor plan, have very little experience in the field plus didn't have time to measure the brick type at location. Can any trained eye tell me what type of bricks these are in the photo below? Need some accurate dimensions. In Australia, don't know if that affects the common standard. Cheers
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Can you hang photos next to a thermostat?

    I want to hang photos next to my wall thermostat but I m worried if it s close the nails will hit wiring. Is there a specific safe distance away I should adhere to?
    I want to hang photos next to my wall thermostat but I m worried if it s close the nails will hit wiring. Is there a specific safe distance away I should adhere to?
    16 answers · 1 week ago