• Who is attractive ? Right or Left?

    Who is attractive ? Right or Left?

    Best answer: Left, but they are both cute.
    Best answer: Left, but they are both cute.
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • Putting an 65w incandescent bulb in 60w max?

    Will that cause any problems, since it is only 5w difference?
    Will that cause any problems, since it is only 5w difference?
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Hot water bill extremely high?

    we just moved to 3 bedroom unit and are now 6 people in the unit... im shocked with the bill $690 for 91 days where i nornally pay around $200-$300 in my old unit. I have called the provider and they said my usage of hot water is very high. Is it normal using a total of 24281.04 mj for hot water? Im feel like... show more
    we just moved to 3 bedroom unit and are now 6 people in the unit... im shocked with the bill $690 for 91 days where i nornally pay around $200-$300 in my old unit. I have called the provider and they said my usage of hot water is very high. Is it normal using a total of 24281.04 mj for hot water? Im feel like this is extremly high when we dont even use hot water for washing machine
    19 answers · 3 days ago
  • Are condo fees considered in determining eligibility for a mortgage?

    Say a person qualifies for a housing payment of $1000/month. Condo fees are $200/month and primarily cover things like heat and hot water (common heat), lawn care, snow removal and other expenses a person would otherwise be paying in a single family home. Would the mortgage company require the person limit their... show more
    Say a person qualifies for a housing payment of $1000/month. Condo fees are $200/month and primarily cover things like heat and hot water (common heat), lawn care, snow removal and other expenses a person would otherwise be paying in a single family home. Would the mortgage company require the person limit their mortgage payment to $800 (principal/interest/taxes) for a condo because of the condo fee, but allow $1000 payment for a house?
    8 answers · 22 hours ago
  • Why did our house have unusual electrical systems? Unusual hookups and connections in craft room? Unusual air ducts?

    We just moved into a new house and we noticed an unusual buzzing sound coming from the ceiling and the inspector told us that the attic was inaccessible. We looked all over the upstairs, and thorougly checked the craft room which the inspector told us had some additional outlets that tested fine for voltage and... show more
    We just moved into a new house and we noticed an unusual buzzing sound coming from the ceiling and the inspector told us that the attic was inaccessible. We looked all over the upstairs, and thorougly checked the craft room which the inspector told us had some additional outlets that tested fine for voltage and stuff. He said they were probably used to power a high end sewing machine or something like that. The whole craft room was walpapered, even the ceiling, and beneath the wallpaper was a layer of aluminum foil decoupaged onto the walls. The door o the room was a steel exterior door and was also reinforced, and all countertops in the room were stainless steel. The window also had tinfoil decoupaged on it and there was some sort of metal flooring in the room as well. We also after taking a look noticed a possible attic access that was intentionally hidden and plastered over. In the attic we noticed all sorts of strange vent systems, and a whole section of the attic lined with tinfoil and styrofoam insulation with all sorts of little irrigation tubes and electrical outlets everywhere. In the other end of the attic was an area outside the styrofoam and tinfoil "room" which had a large electrical transformer and a bunch of strange wiring. There were 3 thick wires feeding into the transformer marked L1 L2, and L3. The transformer then fed power to 6 big lever switch boxes marked, "PlantLgt", "CoinMine" , "DataRadEquip", "Vent+HeatAuxCool", and "WorkLab, and "3Phase".
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Slanted Floors, What could cause the floors inside our property to slant downward quite a bit? It is NOT the whole floor,?

    just about 3 feet of it, inside near an interior wall, It is a drastic slant downward, So much so that the outside door next to the slant, has about a 2 inch gap underneath, The thing is, we don't see any foundation issues from the outside, no cracks that we see, the house is made of brick, it does have a... show more
    just about 3 feet of it, inside near an interior wall, It is a drastic slant downward, So much so that the outside door next to the slant, has about a 2 inch gap underneath, The thing is, we don't see any foundation issues from the outside, no cracks that we see, the house is made of brick, it does have a crawl space underneath and the floors with the slant are hardwood We don't know what is between the hardwood flooring and the crawl space, Most of the floor is just fine, no bumps or slants, but the slanted area is quite slanted down, It is disturbing -- what could be causing this? And could it be dangerous? We are showing the house for sale, The more details or information the better, Thank you in advance,
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do I have to replace my whole oven if only the cooker tops have stopped working?

    Hi My oven still worksome fine but not the electric tops. Can this be fixed? Or will it need replacing? Many thanks
    Hi My oven still worksome fine but not the electric tops. Can this be fixed? Or will it need replacing? Many thanks
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • How do I take the screen out of this window?

    How do I take the screen out of this window?

    I've been looking up ways to do this but each site describes a different type of screen. I've been pulling down the little pins and trying to pull it out but the window blocks it. I can't grasp the bottom of it to pull it out either
    I've been looking up ways to do this but each site describes a different type of screen. I've been pulling down the little pins and trying to pull it out but the window blocks it. I can't grasp the bottom of it to pull it out either
    6 answers · 17 hours ago
  • I installed a electricity meter in someone's property can I force entry to get it back due to them not paying Example photo of the meter?
  • IS MY MICROWAVE BROKEN?

    I microwaved something three plates, and each was one minute long. Out of nowhere, on the fourth plate, it shut down. There's no lights, no numbers, no nothing! I can open it but that's it. Nothing else. Is it broken? I have no idea what kind it is abut it's Kenmore. It's been two minutes now! And... show more
    I microwaved something three plates, and each was one minute long. Out of nowhere, on the fourth plate, it shut down. There's no lights, no numbers, no nothing! I can open it but that's it. Nothing else. Is it broken? I have no idea what kind it is abut it's Kenmore. It's been two minutes now! And is it broken?
    5 answers · 17 hours ago
  • My fridge won't get cold enough?

    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can you season castiron in grill?

    5 answers · 23 hours ago
  • How to get rid of mice in home?

    So basically I'm assuming there's mice in the walls because I heard scratching in the bathroom walls around 6am in the morning after I came back from school around 6pm I heard the scratching a in my bedroom walls (the walls connected to the bathroom) then later that day my brother heard scratching in his... show more
    So basically I'm assuming there's mice in the walls because I heard scratching in the bathroom walls around 6am in the morning after I came back from school around 6pm I heard the scratching a in my bedroom walls (the walls connected to the bathroom) then later that day my brother heard scratching in his room walls (the walls connecting his room to mine) then in the attic (his room has an attic we've never opened) so the sound has only been happening either early in the morning or when it's quiet in the afternoon/evening never at night, I've never seen the mice I've only heard them and I haven't seen any droppings, plus there's no food upstairs so we don't even know if they've gotten out of the walls to search for food, any tips on how to get rid of them? Should we bring bait upstairs and hope they'll smell it and come out and catch it or should we call an exterminator (they're really expensive so that's like the last option) we also got one of the pest resistant light waves but idk how log they'll last
    5 answers · 24 hours ago
  • If water mains pressure comes from electric pumps, why do taps still work during a blackout?

    Best answer: Not all water systems use elevated tanks . . . but virtually all have back-up power: their own generators to produce electricity if the utility fails, direct engine-powered pumps, etc. I know of several old cities that even have ancient steam-powered equipment maintained for emergency use - - - not a bad idea in... show more
    Best answer: Not all water systems use elevated tanks . . . but virtually all have back-up power: their own generators to produce electricity if the utility fails, direct engine-powered pumps, etc. I know of several old cities that even have ancient steam-powered equipment maintained for emergency use - - - not a bad idea in this day of failures, terrorist attacks, etc.

    However, the last I heard, New York city is fed by gravity with water flowing down from reservoirs at higher elevations - and it's individual tall buildings that must pump it up through their structure - and they would have their own generators if the utlity fails.
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • I have to fix part of roof flashing on a house in proximity of the power lines coming into the house Do i have to worry about touching them?

    Best answer: If the voltage is 120/240 which is usual in North America the shock hazard is enough to be considered a lethal hazard. Distance is the safe way, next is to be not grounded if you touch them. The wires should be insulated for the power wires and it takes severe abuse to damage the insulation. Know where the... show more
    Best answer: If the voltage is 120/240 which is usual in North America the shock hazard is enough to be considered a lethal hazard. Distance is the safe way, next is to be not grounded if you touch them. The wires should be insulated for the power wires and it takes severe abuse to damage the insulation. Know where the wires are and work from a fiberglass or wood ladder or on a dry wood surface. Electrical insulated gloves with glove protectors would be standard PPE for a qualified professional electrician to work on the wires. Proximity is a vague distance but don't touch and you should be safe.
    5 answers · 2 days ago