Well, my doorbell was painted over years and years ago. I want to get that paint COMPLETELY off of my doorbell. In fact, it does not even ring anymore. What is an EFFICIANT way to get it off.
I moved into a house in September and the house was vacant for four years so obviously there were spiders in the house. We got rid of the spider problem and I haven't seen them the rest of the time I've been here but recently spiders have been crawling right in front of my face while I'm laying in bed....
electric My electric bill is over $400 a month I have no central heating and air. I've gotten new water heater and the graph on usage for the home is so up and down I've tried breakers to isolate the issue I have even unplugged everything in home what am I doing wrong and im a single mom its killing me...
I just moved out to the county and have a propane tank, the only thing I have that runs on it is my stove, how long will 100gallons last
Because some are too stupid, while others are too lazy. How hard can it be if a women can do it.
So I had a phone charger with metal coating that fell and briefly touched the prongs of the plug (it had apparently gotten partially unplugged) which caused a pretty big spark. Is it safe to use the outlet or do I need to replace it? I haven’t used it since and am a little worried to do so.
Do you think I can do it myself? It’s going to have to be a complete guy job...
Hi. I’m 13 and I live in a one story house and my bedroom faces the street. I normally always keep my curtains closed no matter the time since anyone can walk up to my bedroom window (I live on a busy street) and look in. I’ve heard of people just leaving them open- is this the norm? I’d like to start leaving my...
Since we have no idea what number corresponds to what temperature, how can we even guess?
You need to find whatever setting maintains a freezer temperature of 0F and a refrigerator temperature of 37F.
You can buy a thermometer to make sure your food is safe.
Cool. Might have to try that.
Have been in this home about 5 years, but it is a 40 year old home. There is a floor drain in the garage and occasionally a liquid forms around it. I assume it is a back up of some type, but the substance looks like water but is oily, clear in color and no odor. Anyone have any idea what is going on. Also, no...
They have a price tag of $2700.00 or up to $3000.00
Why? I'm afraid of getting an in house demo guy over to my house so he could trap me into paying for one. These are very nice canister vacuum cleaners as they use water to encapsulate the dirt and also clean the air with the dirt
I just recently changed the thermostat in a home I just rented due to the other one being non programmable. After connecting everything back up and turning the heat on the rooms all on one side of the furnace are blowing cool air while the rooms on the other side are blowing hot air (as I have the heat on). Could...