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Your kitchen sink drain pipe came apart and leaked under sink now How can You dry sub flooring under hardwood floor?
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What are some good things about Bona hardwood floor cleaner?
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Where can you buy a knife apart from grand exchange?
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Asked in Science
Is it possible for a bookshelf to move across hardwood floor?
Asked in Cooking Terminology
What is the meaning of functional kitchen?
Kitchen functionality is all about ease-of-use. Kitchen floor-plans are based on the "kitchen triangle." The classic kitchen triangle has these points: sink, stove/range, and refrigerator. The cook should be able to move easily between the three points and they should not be too far apart. A functional layout in the kitchen cuts down on excess movement, thereby saving time and effort.
Why does the kitchen in a restaurant have a double doors?
Essentially its for : · Airlock, so that the heat from kitchen and the air-conditioning from guest area do not cross over · Safety of serving staff, while they are bringing food into the restaurant or taking soiled dishes and crockery cutlery into the kitchen dishwash · Keeping flies and insects away, apart from kitchen smells!
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What are the industries of Peru?
Peru has many industries. However their main industry is tourism having some of the best offer from many different geological zones. The beaches of Mancora, world famous Macchu Piccu, there is also a amazon section, the lines of Nazca, Beautiful Lakes. But apart from this they generally export raw materials, such as Peruvian Olive Wood (hardwood flooring), Gold, Silver, Copper. Peru is very mineral rich
Asked in Seasons
How do you tell hardwood and softwood apart during the summer months?
The botanical definition of "hardwood" is "A deciduous tree - one that has leaves". Softwoods are "coniferous trees - those with needles". You can tell at a glance what trees have leaves and what trees are conifers. Note that as far as physical hardness of the wood, some "hardwoods are soft, and some "softwoods" are hard. In other words, the botanist and the carpenter would class trees differently acording to "softwood" and "hardwood".
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Will form a gasket product help stop a leaking kitchen sink?
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Can you install laminate flooring in a laundry room?
Asked in How To
How To Install A Beautiful Bamboo Floor In Your Home?
Bamboo flooring is a beautiful alternative to hardwood flooring for your home. This flooring option is easy to install and maintain. Here is a simple to follow guide to help install a bamboo floor within your home. Step 1. To determine the amount of bamboo flooring that you need, you will need to measure the room that you want to use the bamboo flooring in. You should add an additional 10 percent for any accidents that may occur. Step 2. Empty out the room. You will need to remove molding around the floor, baseboards, heat registers and closet and entrance doors if they sit closely to the floor with no clearance. Step 3. The under laying surface for the new flooring must be prepared. You can do this by screwing any loose floorboards into the underlying floor joists and fill in seams that you may have with the leveling compound. Step 4. Spread the bamboo flooring around the room in small piles so that the flooring is exposed to the air. Step 5. Allow three days for the bamboo boards to acclimate. Step 6. You will need to decide which way you want your flooring to run. If you have a long room, you will want the bamboo flooring to run the length of the room. If you have large windows in a room you may want to have the flooring to run parallel to the sunshine. Step 7. Measure the width of your room to determine how many full boards will fit into the area and how much space you need to cover with partial boards. You will need to divide the remaining space by 2 when figuring the width of the partial boards. Step 8. Lay your underlay out in strips, butting them next to each other, but not overlapping them. The under laying is used to soften the bamboo flooring and to help reduce any annoying noises that may occur. Step 9. Using the manufacturer’s instructions for installing your bamboo flooring, you will need to nail the first tow rows, through the bottom of the interlocking groove on the panels and setting the nails. Use a hardwood hammer for additional rows. Use ring shank nails, spacing them eight to ten inches apart. Step 10. You will need to offset the seams between each row. You can do this by using the remaining board cut from the last board used in a row to start the next row. Step 11. Do not rush your job. Examine each row as you install it. Make sure that everything is working as you want it to. It is easier to fix a problem when it happens instead of when the job is done.
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A friend agrees to do some remodeling - the kitchen is torn apart apart and unusuable you have spend 1000 dollars or more in supplies - can you sue in small claims court there is nothing in writing?
What is another name for a kitchen garden garden?
A kitchen garden is basically a garden that is placed close to one's kitchen to provide easy access to fresh herbs and vegetables for the cook. It is typically a garden that is set apart from other garden areas that grow ornamental things like inedible flowers. As far as another name for a kitchen garden, in France it is called "Potager" (jardin potager), but they often add ornamental plants to make the garden more visually appealing. We plant our "kitchen garden" with herbs and vegetables only, some add fruits or patterns that are aesthetically pleasing. Personally, I think a simple raised bed full of edible stuff for the kitchen is the best use of a kitchen garden.
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between colonial kitchen?
Colonial homes didn't have a kitchen per sae. There was a main room in the average colonial home that had a fireplace that provided heat and was where cooking took place. Many plantation houses had a "kitchen " area that was separated from the main house. This was done because it would catch fire and having it apart would save the main house. All of them cooked over/in the fireplace.
Asked in Biology
What are three different types of hardwood?
The name "hardwood" has little to do with the hardness of the wood. Generally it means that the types of wood are not the wood of conifers like pine. Examples of hardwood are: Oak, Ash, Thorn, Beech, Chestnut, teak, mahogany, and balsa. It might seem strange to include balsa as a hardwood, but it certainly is wood and it certainly is not a conifer like fir, pine, yew or larch. Some such "softwoods" are anything but soft. Some people speak of other ways to tell them apart, such as whether the wood comes from evergreen trees or not, but that is not a reliable way to tell them apart. For one thing, many hardwood trees, such as balsa, some kinds of mahogany, stinkwood and the like are evergreen, and some conifers, such as the swamp cypress, are deciduous and lose their leaves annually. If you think of a palm as a tree (not everyone does) then you can suit yourself about what you call its wood (if you call it wood; not everyone does). Generally wood from monocotyledons like palms are not regarded as "true hardwoods", but they certainly are not softwoods and some kinds have usefully woody stems; for example coconut palms make useful lumber that can be used where otherwise one would have used hardwoods.
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