The Home Ownership Thread - Page 257
Oh man the plastic clips are the way to go. Try amazon or something for them. They still have some in stock.
Doesn't it scratch pretty easily. Or is that a desirable quality. I had a friend who put himself through Stanford law by driving out to the desert ,collecting soapstone and carving it into hash pipes that he sold to head shops. Of course this was in the late 60s early 70s when such things were possible
By recommendation, someone told us to go with Pfister faucets. Experience has now shown us they suck. We will end up with something different when we remodel but that is a couple of years down the line.
Does anyone have experience with Radon fans to help remove it from the house? We were quoted $1,500 but our radon level is only slightly higher than the healthy threshhold.
Hung my modified brass lanterns finally. Corridor still awaits parquet replacement, few crews that lay parquet are booked up until 2016. 99.9% of homeowners lay that engineered floor ,so craftsmanship dies or recedes to the tiny market niches from which it has to be extracted by large offerings of money. What a fucking pain.
Chandelier needs to be lowered good 30cm and assembled completely with candle arms etc. Unfortunately my larger chand. turned out to be too tall for this dropped ceiling. Alas it goes into another room with the regular height. That boxed ceiling is a pain , wanted to remove it but changed my mind (too much mess and money).
First few nights in my new place, my temporary sleeping quarters are facing the street.