Good thread. Never knew it was here.
Originally Posted by harvey_birdman
I had baseboard hearing previously. Used same connections, just required a few modifications. I'm pretty sure there's some YouTube videos on this.
Going to replace my bathroom floor downstairs with wood. Its a full bath, but almost never gets used other than a guest showering. I have some leftover barnwood flooring from an addition, looks great treated with tung oil. Resists water anyway.
Originally Posted by HRoi
I would love that too. garage space and water pressure - two seriously underrated features that make a huge difference IMO in the selection of one's home
Isn't there a restrictor at the water main coming into the house? Most houses have one.
Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba
My generation is very busy estimating the value of their time. I always find satisfaction in this, but most of my friends look at me as some sort of anomaly.
Pretty stupid. Its satisfying work. Did an addition 2 years ago and managed the entire thing. Was getting estimates of 120k for the job, I brought it in a few pennies above 60k. Hired every contractor myself, ordered every material too. These guys order tons of shit you don't need.
I wired all the electrical myself, just hired a guy to do the work on the main box.
Best thing I have done to my house is put in a wood stove. Love that thing.