I can answer questions about plumbing, electrical, roofing, carpentry, drywall, stucco, flooring, foundation, windows, and planning for typical wood frame houses.
I have been a landlord and home owner for over 30 years, doing all the repairs myself. I have completed two additions to properties, drawing the plans myself, obtaining permits, and performing the work myself. One of these additions was over 1000 square feet.
I have a bachelors and masters degree in Mechanical Engineering.
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Brent, You need a professional. A licensed contractor will probably want to remove some of the existing material, and perhaps anchor the railing in a new footing. If you try to patch these areas
Samantha, I live in California, where it's easy to find a number of contractors who specialize in this type of work. I'd guess things are similar there. The typical approach is to drill holes in
Stephen, I've used asphalt shingles with no problems for years. In California, shingles are usually the least expensive option. A lot of people here choose metal roofs of one kind or another. Some
Jim, This is probably the most interesting question I've received. I have a couple of questions/comments that might help. Frist, I'm in California and things usually dry out/cure quickly. Do any
Sarah, I live in California. Houses here don't have this type of system, the duct work is usually run through the attic. I might not be much help to you, as I probably have more questions than
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