The house is 1200 square feet, and everything needs to be replaced. The price will be reduced because my dad is someone who does houses for a living and will do it for me. But how much should all the materials and tools cost.
Its 2 bath and 2 bd rooms
Do you provide food for them? or Do they have to provide their own food?
I want to use it to plug in a slide out on a mobile home and it only has 2 female outlets.
I have exposed wire that is sparking when dryer is turned on. How do I go fixing this? Was probably ruined with condensation from my basement. Dont want to get hurt fixing. Dont want house to catch fire.
Sponge baths and/or baby wipes.
Check out CheapRVLiving on YouTube. He's got a few videos about the subject and all his interviews cover it.
I keep my thermostat at 68/69 so if it gets colder than that the heater kicks on and my kids don't freeze (I would prefer it cooler).
Lately I will wake up at night or walk into my apartment after work and it will be HOT in the house. I will check the temperature and it will say 74 degrees and the heater is...
I have a smart meter. The only thing it does for me is I can look up my electrical usage every day online, which is more convenient than having to go out to the meter to manually monitor it. Regardless once you develop good energy habits you don't need to worry about the meter anyway.
i just want to know what the best kind of tape is
What do you feel constitutes proof? I'm hardly going to post a pic of my paycheck stub. And even if I did, you would pull the usual conservative crap and say it wasn't really mine or something. Slightly more than half the county identifies as being liberal. Just to make it easy for you, that's about...
I graduated high school and because of my health, my doctor has forbidden me from working or going to school as we work on my lungs. I'm home 24/7 and am slowly going insane. All my friends work full time or go to school. My day goes by as so (wake up, let dogs out, clean, clean, clean, clean, eat, clean,...
They would know you turned it back on and would just turn it off again, just pay the dang bill already, if you are financially unable, contact them, many places have programs for people on limited income pay heating.
I have a plug in a very inconvenient spot in my house and whatever I plug there keeps falling out. Sadly, it s also the only one close enough for my microwave. Is it safe to tape it to the socket using duct tape? I mean the plug is in the socket and the tape only touches plastic. It s not too hard to pull it out...
My dad has an old battery powered clock clock with a pendulum. It doesn't have any kind of a knob that I can find to change the time.
is it cheaper than buying a bed...?
I would like to get my Dad something other than a Clapper to for his new house. Are there any good products with easy installation to turn the stairwell light off from the basement?