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:inlove: the kitty that i suspect to be the local nutria slayer was sleeping outside of my library window in dat backyard sun .

good kitty !
 

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Meh. I'm sure the previous owners had their junk all over everything, too. Can't freak out about it too much or nobody would ever buy used houses.
 

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Meh. I'm sure the previous owners had their junk all over everything, too. Can't freak out about it too much or nobody would ever buy used houses.
Yeah, Just replace the kitchen if you buy a house from me. trust me. Lots of eating going on in there
 

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We sold our place to an i-buyer recently. Didn't want to bother with showing it and negotiating with buyers with ridiculous demands (replace those 3 year old windows and cut my grass for 18 months after closing) and sketchy financing. Went pretty well I must say, and although I am sure we could have gotten a better price going the traditional route, the painless experience was well worth it.
 

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Noticed that the pex water main in my furnace room is sweating. Weird as I don't remember it sweating last year. I assume it's because the furnace room is warm and humid from the gas furnace and water heater? Anything else I should do other than insulate the pipe?
 

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Any one familiar with firebacks? I am considering getting one for my fireplace to protect part of the interior and hopefully project more heat into the room. I'm wondering if they're truly effective at projecting heat.
 

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