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5 answers - Asked By: bronzemodel - 3/29/2007
As many jobs as you can name... please no engineers
1 answers - Asked By: smallerballer007 - 2/20/2008
I have looked everywhere for concrete labor and I can't find anywhere where they are willing to hire entry level. I have never done concrete, but am hoping to see how it goes and learn the trade and m...
2 answers - Asked By: Jones - 5/25/2011
The house was built in 1900 I don't know how old the steps are. They were fine when I bought the house in 2001. A couple years ago as part of an overall exterior face-lift / paint job I painted them r...
5 answers - Asked By: borbor - 4/24/2013
This question is for my research paper. I need to know what jobs women are not allowed to pursue such as being in the front-line in war. Same goes for men, what jobs are they not allowed? Note: th...
2 answers - Asked By: JoeyJordison12929043 - 2/15/2010
Well here's the lowdown. we bought our house about 4 yrs ago and have been fixing it up and we finally got around to the side that has a concrete block chimney that is attached to the furnace..it look...
1 answers - Asked By: m t - 7/28/2008
5 answers - Asked By: bakerboarder5o - 4/4/2007
I had my patio furniture stolen last year and i have purchased a new set that i would live to drill into my patio .
5 answers - Asked By: jeffadelic - 10/3/2011
We have 2 smaller basement windows (about 31 w. x 36 h.)that are aluminum and in poor condition. We want to install new vinyl windows but are unsure how to measure precisely to order new ones and unsu...
3 answers - Asked By: pgmaxtwo - 4/4/2007
We are in the exploring stage of this project up at our cabin in Hayward, Wisconsin. Soil is all sand. Cabin is high above the water line at the top of a hillside. Most of one wall of the basement tha...
1 answers - Asked By: Chafemasterj - 4/6/2013
My patio was poured back in the seventies and is rough, It has a million little rocks in it. I want to paint it but wasn't sure if I could. Can I paint a patio that's not smooth and if I can what kind...
2 answers - Asked By: SLM - 4/7/2011
I've just lifted the ceramic tiles in my kitchen and now i need to remove all the old mortor underneath,any ideas.
2 answers - Asked By: white39dragon - 6/4/2007
5 answers - Asked By: Kenji Peterpan - 11/3/2007
Im writing an essay and I need to explain that the construction industry is. Help please!
2 answers - Asked By: Maria Keane - 4/16/2009
I'm having a pool built and its a little over $33,000. We opted for the little 'stepped flagstone water fall" thingy coming out of a raised spa into the pool. Well the plan shows it being 8' wide, ...
6 answers - Asked By: russrimm - 6/3/2007
Going to have a brick side steps installed. There is an old stone / cement structure that was as old base for steps. After tearing out a wooden set of steps. The old structure is very old 50 years plu...
2 answers - Asked By: @@ - 4/7/2009
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