• Do electric meters need access?

    I am in process of designing and hiring and getting permits for a carport garage conversion. Meter and breaker box located behind a gate but not locked in a room. Remodel would make it in garage. Is that a issue? I am waiting for city and electricain to contact but just getting you're input. This is in AZ
    I am in process of designing and hiring and getting permits for a carport garage conversion. Meter and breaker box located behind a gate but not locked in a room. Remodel would make it in garage. Is that a issue? I am waiting for city and electricain to contact but just getting you're input. This is in AZ
    8 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 10 hours ago
  • My bedroom door opens by itself?

    Best answer: Either adjust the strike plate or buy a doorstop. And stop ranting about ghosts. You're not 12 and t's not exactly rocket science.
    Best answer: Either adjust the strike plate or buy a doorstop. And stop ranting about ghosts. You're not 12 and t's not exactly rocket science.
    15 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 3 days ago
  • Green a shade a Blue?

    I’m wondering if Green and Purple are Shades of Blue Since Yellow and Red are us Is Green a shade a Blue?
    I’m wondering if Green and Purple are Shades of Blue Since Yellow and Red are us Is Green a shade a Blue?
    7 answers · Decorating & Remodeling · 5 hours ago
  • Betty can mow a lawn in 40 minutes. Rocky can mow the same lawn in 80 minutes.?

    Betty can mow a lawn in 40 minutes. Rocky can mow the same lawn in 80 minutes. How long does it take for both Betty and Rocky to mow the lawn if they are working together?
    Betty can mow a lawn in 40 minutes. Rocky can mow the same lawn in 80 minutes. How long does it take for both Betty and Rocky to mow the lawn if they are working together?
    9 answers · Garden & Landscape · 1 day ago
  • I put bricks in my washing machine and my house is burning down, how can i fix this??

    Best answer: Throw a lasso over a rain cloud and drag it to your house.
    Best answer: Throw a lasso over a rain cloud and drag it to your house.
    7 answers · Cleaning & Laundry · 18 hours ago
  • My friend has bed bugs but she want me to come over?

    My friend invite me to a Christmas party and she told me I can spend the night before the party so we can ride together but she said she has bed bugs and I heard you can get them real easily when you go over there I really don't want bed bugs on my bed when I go home I mean I will definitely go over there if... show more
    My friend invite me to a Christmas party and she told me I can spend the night before the party so we can ride together but she said she has bed bugs and I heard you can get them real easily when you go over there I really don't want bed bugs on my bed when I go home I mean I will definitely go over there if she didn't had bed bugs what should I do
    6 answers · Cleaning & Laundry · 4 hours ago
  • Which Construction Trade is the hardest to learn?

    Out of Bricklaying, Landscaping, Roofing, Tiling, Flooring, Electrician, Plumbing, Insulation, Plastering, Paving, Glazing, Carpentry and Welding? Which one is the hardest to learn?
    Out of Bricklaying, Landscaping, Roofing, Tiling, Flooring, Electrician, Plumbing, Insulation, Plastering, Paving, Glazing, Carpentry and Welding? Which one is the hardest to learn?
    11 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 2 days ago
  • Do you ever use a snow blower on your lawn? Where do you blow the snow?

    Best answer: actually yes, my husband does to make a "race track" around the yard for our small dog, so he has a place to relieve himself, and who then runs through the snow and becomes a snowball anyway - we just move the snow to the center of the yard
    Best answer: actually yes, my husband does to make a "race track" around the yard for our small dog, so he has a place to relieve himself, and who then runs through the snow and becomes a snowball anyway - we just move the snow to the center of the yard
    11 answers · Garden & Landscape · 2 days ago
  • Is it safe to plug a fridge into a power strip?

    My grandma has plugged her fridge into a power strip because she ran out of outlets in her kitchen, right now she only has one other thing on the power strip, like a toaster or something, and then she has I think a coffee maker on the other plug of the outlet, now obviously it's not overloaded with plugs, but... show more
    My grandma has plugged her fridge into a power strip because she ran out of outlets in her kitchen, right now she only has one other thing on the power strip, like a toaster or something, and then she has I think a coffee maker on the other plug of the outlet, now obviously it's not overloaded with plugs, but this is a full size large refrigerator plugged into a probably ten year old power strip, she thinks it's fine but I'm kind of nervous about it, and this is a permanent thing now, is it safe or not so safe?
    13 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 3 days ago
  • How do i get sperm stain from leather car steering wheel?

    Best answer: do it bich.
    Best answer: do it bich.
    9 answers · Cleaning & Laundry · 2 days ago
  • How to fix my toilet?

    So our landlord literally said we have to fix the toilet ourselves and not to call a plumber, he won't call a plumber either. We've ran a 50 ft snake with nothing coming out, and have killed ourselves plunging but our toilet won't flush. You flush and it fills and the water level slowly goes down but... show more
    So our landlord literally said we have to fix the toilet ourselves and not to call a plumber, he won't call a plumber either. We've ran a 50 ft snake with nothing coming out, and have killed ourselves plunging but our toilet won't flush. You flush and it fills and the water level slowly goes down but doesn't fully drain or flush. We've replaced everything in the tank with no luck. What else could it be? There is no basement.
    12 answers · Do It Yourself (DIY) · 3 days ago
  • Do you grow potatoes in your garden?

    Best answer: I have the room to plant a large patch and keep changing the area every year so we don't reuse a patch again for potatoes for at least 5 years (10 would be even better). We have clay soil, not the best, but we do OK if we don't add lime or ashes to the soil and shake each potato to be planted in sulfur. I... show more
    Best answer: I have the room to plant a large patch and keep changing the area every year so we don't reuse a patch again for potatoes for at least 5 years (10 would be even better). We have clay soil, not the best, but we do OK if we don't add lime or ashes to the soil and shake each potato to be planted in sulfur. I put 10-10-10 in a trench, cover it, and add a dollop of triple phosphate every 16", lay a potato on the top of that and cover them.. The rows are about 20" apart so I can run the roto tiller between them for weeding and loosening the dirt for hilling. When the plants start to flower, side dress them and cover the fertilizer as you hill the dirt around each plant. Cover any potatoes that poke their heads above the dirt. Every morning, before it gets hot, I walk along the rows and knock Japanese beetles, cucumber beetles and occasional Colorado potato beetles off the plants and into a jar with a bit of alcohol. Yes, potatoes are cheap, but ours do taste better. This year we grew Yukon golds, russets, superiors, and Adirondack reds instead of the usual red Pontiacs or red Norlands.
    19 answers · Garden & Landscape · 4 days ago
  • Best way to get rid of dust in new apartment?

    I know dust is inevitable. But I just moved into a cheap room and it's pretty filthy. I've never seen so much dust accumulation so fast. What's the best way to get rid of dust? Would a window fan on reverse help to blow dust OUT the room after dusting? Seems like it just gets spread out when I wipe... show more
    I know dust is inevitable. But I just moved into a cheap room and it's pretty filthy. I've never seen so much dust accumulation so fast. What's the best way to get rid of dust? Would a window fan on reverse help to blow dust OUT the room after dusting? Seems like it just gets spread out when I wipe things down. Id appreciate tips. Thanks :)
    6 answers · Cleaning & Laundry · 15 hours ago