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Basement finishing; flashing
Q. In an older house wired with BX cable, can the original two-prong outlets be upgraded to three-prong grounded outlets, provided they're properly bonded to the original metallic boxes?
Avoiding plaster disaster; a floating sink
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T-shaped beams fabricated from a standard I-beam help uncramp a basement space.
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Kitchen sinks; bathtubs
New pressure-treated lumber promises less corrosion; OSHA decides employers must pay for safety gear; more
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