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This is the place for members of the I-Hub community to exchange ideas, links and information on taking care on one of our biggest investments, our homes.

Ideal subjects are maintenance, renovating, repair, gardening, landscaping and anything else dealing with the home.

Your expertise, experience or opinion is valued here to help us perform a service.
" Neighbors helping neighbors "

Any ideas for the site or if you have an interesting link, feel free to post it or send me a PM.


Thanks to excel & broderick_s for helping put this thing together. ~ shao

    

Remodeling Links
Before starting your home improvement find out how many new options are availble for you now.
http://directory.qualifiedremodeler.com/
See post # 940 http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=684568
http://www.dirtcheapbuilder.com/quliplwa.html
Flooring
http://www.floorstransformed.com/index.html
Tile, Marble, Stone, Granite, Quartz, Corian
http://www.thetiledoctor.com/repair/replacetile.cfm
http://floorstransformed.com/
http://www.dixiestone.com/
http://www.scrapbookscrapbook.com/DAC-ART/kitchen-countertops.html
http://www.marblemaster.com/granite/granite_slab/index.html
http://www.kitchenworks.com/corian.html
Electrical
http://members.tripod.com/~masterslic/electritian.html
Ducts- Heat loss
http://www.energystar.gov/ia/products/heat_cool/ducts/DuctSealingBrochure04.pdf
http://www.oee.nrcan.gc.ca/keep_heat_in/
Home Improvement Encyclopedia
http://www.bhg.com/bhg/category.jhtml?catref=cat10002
Insulation
http://www.polyurethane.org/
http://www.superliteblock.com/ntegra.htm
Plumbing

https://www.familyhandyman.com/plumbing/plumbing-tricks-of-the-trade-for-weekend-plumbers/view-all/
http://www.theplumber.com/faq.html
http://www.plumbingsupply.com/index.html
Landscape links
See post # 267 http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=258812
Pressure Washing Tips
http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=834846
Roofs
http://www.andek.com/
Garden Help
http://houseandhome.msn.com/Library/GardenLibrary.aspx
http://www.thegardenhelper.com/
Wood Rot
http://www.taunton.com/finehomebuilding/pages/h00133.asp
http://outfittersparadise.com/s/Marine_Sealants/Boatlife_Git_Rot_Kit_Quart_13094563.htm

Wood Stoves to Gas

http://www.chimneysweeponline.com/library.htm
Lighting, Home Security, Theater, Smart Home Products
http://smarthome.com/
Log Home links
See post # 271 http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=258994
Also - http://www.precisioncraft.com/
Solar
See post # 941 http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=684590
http://www.susdesign.com/overhang/index.html
Appliance Repair
http://www.repairclinic.com/0001.asp
http://www.pcappliancerepair.com/index.html
Useful material calculators
Concrete-- http://www.concretenetwork.com/concrete/howmuch/calculator.htm
Pavers--http://www.morrisbrick.com/hr_materialcalculator_paver.htm
Home building--http://www.building-cost.net/
http://www.contractors.com/cost_estimator/free_estimates.html
Wood Working
http://www.joewoodworker.com/
http://www.taunton.com/finewoodworking/
Wood workshop setup information.
http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=647032
Home owners, self help site.
http://www.misterfix-it.com/CommProbSimpSol.cfm
Habitat for Humanity website
http://www.habitat.org/
http://www.habitat.org/env/restores.aspx
Be sure to visit the Gardening and Landscaping (plant) board.
http://www.investorshub.com/boards/board.asp?board_id=611

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#12479  Sticky Note Have you tested your GFCI protected outlet lately? BullNBear52 09/16/17 11:37:26 AM
#11810  Sticky Note How to cut the cord. Thanks to Excel. BullNBear52 04/24/16 04:01:27 PM
#10559  Sticky Note Good reminder to share this info for everyone............... excel 09/22/12 02:40:54 PM
#13179   I'm sorry I don't. excel 11/16/19 04:32:24 PM
#13178   Hi excel TTT 11/16/19 03:08:41 PM
#13177   Hi, BullDolphin, Trueheart 11/05/19 10:09:37 PM
#13176   Hey Trueheart, Just let the hammer do Bull_Dolphin 11/05/19 05:03:00 PM
#13175   Hi Excel, Trueheart 11/05/19 04:58:43 PM
#13174   I haven't but please let is know what excel 11/05/19 04:28:56 PM
#13173   This Saturday I have plans to break up Trueheart 11/05/19 01:40:00 PM
#13172   The bear did it again! Trueheart 10/31/19 04:11:00 PM
#13171   HeyBnB, you and Wildbilly had the same thought Trueheart 10/30/19 06:49:38 PM
#13170   I'm glad we got that cleared up. I BullNBear52 10/30/19 06:22:28 PM
#13169   I figured. :) Wildbilly 10/30/19 05:24:17 PM
#13168   Thanks for the funny, Wildbilly. Trueheart 10/30/19 05:22:56 PM
#13167   You gonna make a construction cake? Wildbilly 10/30/19 05:20:59 PM
#13166   I need a hand sifter as I want Trueheart 10/30/19 05:10:32 PM
#13165   It still cruises along with not a lot BullNBear52 10/27/19 02:08:57 PM
#13164   It was a far cry from my original BullNBear52 10/27/19 02:01:39 PM
#13163   Slingshots made from inner tubes were the best. Trueheart 10/27/19 01:48:19 PM
#13162   Nice! I like the old classics. Homebrew 10/27/19 01:47:01 PM
#13161   That's a good looking bike, BnB. Trueheart 10/27/19 01:44:15 PM
#13160   Yes it is a hefty investment and hard Countmein 10/27/19 12:15:08 PM
#13159   Damn I could power a couple of houses BullNBear52 10/27/19 11:33:57 AM
#13158   When I was young we'd use the tubes BullNBear52 10/27/19 11:29:19 AM
#13157   The biggest draws in my house are obviously BullNBear52 10/27/19 11:26:39 AM
#13156   Tires are another thing. The darn things are BullNBear52 10/27/19 11:18:59 AM
#13155   The Fuji is about 45 years old and BullNBear52 10/27/19 11:16:39 AM
#13154   Thank you! Koog 10/27/19 10:34:08 AM
#13153   I just strap an extra bike over my Countmein 10/27/19 10:16:54 AM
#13152   Cummins Power Generation is the manufacture. It has Countmein 10/27/19 09:37:41 AM
#13151   Tire-savers were a "thing" decades ago. Little curved Homebrew 10/26/19 09:33:55 PM
#13150   The goat heads are about the size of Trueheart 10/26/19 09:22:46 PM
#13149   No. It plugs in to the box in BullNBear52 10/26/19 09:03:07 PM
#13148   I've heard about goatheads. They sound nasty ! Homebrew 10/26/19 08:59:16 PM
#13147   That makes sense, accumulating tubes and repairing them Trueheart 10/26/19 08:50:42 PM
#13146   I carry 2 tubes, and when I get Homebrew 10/26/19 08:41:26 PM
#13145   Hi Koog, Trueheart 10/26/19 08:38:00 PM
#13144   Yeah, my 7.5 KW gas generator is just Koog 10/26/19 08:33:45 PM
#13143   Hi Homebrew, Trueheart 10/26/19 08:31:18 PM
#13142   I have a 25KW that runs on propane. Countmein 10/26/19 08:25:35 PM
#13141   By the way, I looked up your Fuji Trueheart 10/26/19 08:20:44 PM
#13140   That's interesting that you replace the tires every Trueheart 10/26/19 08:17:57 PM
#13139   Hey BnB, Trueheart 10/26/19 08:07:36 PM
#13138   7,500 watts is adequate for the whole house. Koog 10/26/19 07:24:54 PM
#13137   I have used the slime on my lawn BullNBear52 10/26/19 07:12:03 PM
#13136   It WAS Kentucky btw, where my phone would Wildbilly 10/26/19 07:00:30 PM
#13135   Bicycle tubes can usually be patched and reused. Homebrew 10/26/19 06:55:37 PM
#13134   I took my complaint about the bicycle's flat BullNBear52 10/26/19 06:52:01 PM
#13133   You definitely want to kill the feed from BullNBear52 10/26/19 06:42:28 PM
#13132   Yup, me and this guy was changing out Flobewan 10/26/19 02:39:59 PM
#13131   Hey Flo, Trueheart 10/26/19 02:33:25 PM
#13130   Just don't drop a 5KW generator on your Flobewan 10/26/19 01:56:44 PM
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