Archive for February, 2011
I accidentally left my bathroom’s heat lamp on too long. It burned out. Is it very expensive to fix?
- Luster Leaf
- Seed Starting
Luster Leaf 1618 Rapitest Soil ThermometerLuster Leaf 1618 Rapitest Soil Thermometer Features:; Soil thermometer encased in corrosion free aluminum, scaled in ??F and ??C; Improve your seeding and transplanting results by planting at the safe and proper soil temperature; 6?Ç¥ long; Reads both Fahrenheit and Celsius; Aluminum; Carded… More >>
Hire Licensed and Respected Home Improvement Companies
Finding the right home improvement company to update or renovate your home doesn’t have to be a stressful and disheartening process. Yet most homeowners have no idea where to start because they are bombarded with bad press about contractors who are dishonest, inexperienced and downright unreliable. Homeowners today are wary of who they can trust.
Home Improvement Complaints and Scams:
“With lower-rate mortgages tempting homeowners to trade up to a bigger house, or to refinance and expand or repair their existing home, we’re finding that construction and home improvement activity is way up, and with it is the number of complaints in those areas,” said Consumer Protection Commissioner Edwin R. Rodriguez. (Consumer Affairs, January 2006)
“Home improvement complaints rank as the top consumer complaint in Connecticut and elsewhere across the country,” Rodriguez said. “While home improvements themselves can be expensive,
- Safe and easy to use, this 2-stage knife sharpener requires nothing but a few easy strokes to keep blades sharp
- V-shaped cutting head with 2 crossed carbide blades puts a quick edge on knives, and the ceramic side nicely finishes the edges
- Comes equipped with built-in scissors sharpener; rod conforms to angle of right- or left-handed scissors, sharpening both blades at same time
- A rubberized base provides a sure, secure grip while sharpening
- The 2-stage knife-and-scissor sharpener measures 8 by 3 by 1-1/2 inches and stores easily
Safe and easy to use, this two-stage knife sharpener requires nothing but a few easy strokes to keep blades sharp. Its V-shaped cutting head with two crossed carbide blades puts a quick edge on knives. Simply place the gadget on a flat work surface and hold the E-Z grip handle with one hand and the knife handle with the other. Insert the knife blade fully into the slot at a 90-degree angle to the sharpener and pull down and back three or four times to sharpen. After… More >>
I bought new pulls for my old kitchen cabinet doors. The machine screws don’t screw in all the way into the new pulls, because the cabinet doors are not thick enough.
Can I put washers behind the pulls and again behind the back of the cabinet door to tighten up the loose pulls and make up for the thin cabinet door? I need to make up about 1/8 of an inch difference.
Thanks from a damsel in distress.