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How to Repair a Garage Overhead Door

If your garage overhead door has become loose in it’s tracks or seems heavier to lift than it used to be, you may well be correct. Door hinges and rollers wear out over time and become sloppy. Adding grease may help for a short period but in the end you will have to replace some of the door parts. Basically there three types of hinges used. They are stamped #1, #2 and #3’s. When you look at your door you will notice that at the top and bottom are two roller brackets that are different from the rest of the hinges on the door listed above. The bottom roller bracket also has a protruding peg where the spring cable is attached. The top bracket projects further out from the door then the rest of the rollers to allow the door to when opened, immediately follow the curved section of the track without binding. A word of caution. Never remove the bottom bracket without first disconnecting the lift spring and cable when the door is open. If the cable is removed from the bottom roller bracket with the door closed, the spring will recoil…

How to Install Six Inch Wall Insulation in an Older Home

Most older homes have wall studs that measure only four inches or less in the walls in depth. In many cases the studs are also two inches thick. New wall studs measure one and five eighths inches wide and three and a half inches deep. These size studs will nicely accommodate three and a half insulation or R13 energy value but R19 or six inch thick insulation is much more desirable and in fact is required by the US energy code today in all new homes. If you are renovating an older home, future energy costs are of a prime concern. Leaky windows and doors, no insulation in the walls and inefficient furnaces are just a few of the things that need to be upgraded. Insulation can be added on the interior or exterior of the home. If you are re-siding the house, adding a one inch insulation board behind the siding can increase the insulation value of the wall dramatically. If the exterior is stone or brick perhaps, then the insulation must be added to the interior. There is a way to add…

The Variety Of Quick Release Fasteners

Whilst many applications for fasteners require by their very definition that the item remains fastened, there are also many applications where a secure fastening is needed that can be undone in a hurry. For these types of applications you need quick release fasteners. There are a wide variety available for just about any purpose that you can think of.

Barn Projects

Unlike other construction projects such as garages, decks and sheds, building a barn will take a lot of your time, effort and money. This article takes a closer look at at some of the finer considerations of building a barn…

Home Maintenance You Can Do On Your Own

Proper maintenance of our property is necessary to make sure that it lasts long. This will also avoid those expensive repairs. Moreover, a well-maintained home will rake in better value once the homeowner decides to sell the property. Maintaining the property is no easy task. In some cases, you will need to hire someone to do it to make sure that they are done properly. You do not have to spend a lot on home maintenance though, because there are several maintenance tasks you can do by yourself.

Save Money and Nature With DIY Solar Kits

The rising power demands and pollution that comes have been a matter of concern for environmentalists for quite some time now. Pollution produced by power stations has been the root cause of number environmental and healthcare issues such as global warming, depletion of the ozone, physical ailments, and many more. To add to the downside, rising power prices are becoming difficult for people to manage within their budget.

How to Repair High Gloss Laminate Flooring Scrapes and Scuffs

Don’t let occasional scrapes and scuffs ruin the appearance of your laminate flooring. Use these helpful tips to repair high gloss laminate on your own.

DIY Mistakes Cost UK Homeowners 235 GBP Million Last Year

Earlier this year, research came out that indicated that UK householders spent a staggering 235 GBP million fixing their own DIY mistakes last year. Based on a survey of 2000 householders that was conducted by the Yorkshire and Clydesdale banks, the research had a number of interesting implications. One fascinating result, for instance, revealed that around 1 in 10 of us made a mess of their DIY, resulting in expenses of up to 500 GBP.

Quick Home Fixes to Make Your Mornings Brighter

There are some people who are just morning people. They leap out of bed, chomping at the bit, raring to get going. Then there are the rest of us. Mornings (especially Monday mornings) are not exactly our favorite time of day. There are however a few simple tweaks and additions you can make to your home itself that will make those early hours just a little bit more bearable.

Vinyl Flooring Made Easy

If you are a do it yourselfer and would like to install your own vinyl floor, there is an easy way especially if the sub-floor is plywood underneath the existing flooring. First, remove the trim attached to the baseboard at the old flooring and remove the toilet.

Fencing Law for Brisbane Homeowners – Brisbane Builders Tips

One of the most common disputes between neighbours throughout Brisbane is that over the erection, replacement or repair of a fence or wall between two or more properties. In Brisbane the law covering walls and fences between properties is the Dividing Fences Act, with local council’s also having laws and building codes that must be complied with on a municipal level. These local laws and codes will include the height a fence or wall can be built, the impact allowed on the local environment, and compliance with other relevant safety laws, if encompassing a swimming pool.

Fixing Squeaky Stairs

Floors and stairs that squeak when walked on are one of the most common complaints of people with traditional strip-wood flooring, though even floors made with laminated wood panels can develop squeaks over time. While squeaking floors and stairs may indicate a problem with the house foundations, in most cases it is simply a sign that the timber used has fully dried and shrunk. Thankfully, with a little effort and some basic tools, the majority of annoying squeaks can be silenced without the need to remove or replace stumps or flooring.

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