I had seen that extra heat thingy when I revented my dryer last spring. I thought about it, but our basement is already warm in the winter. IF my basement room is ever completed I'll see if there is a need for it again.
I should have capitalized ANYWAY.
or under the house. *kicks rock* "sigh... Good Grief"
I'm cheap, so I get interested in anything I can save money by doing myself or knowing enough to know that I don't have to do it.
We decided we're going to spend way too much money and have somebody take the paint off the brick on our house.
Anybody know anybody? We had a guy come last year and take a look and said he knew a guy and would call us with his name and he never did.
That's about as far as I've gotten so far.
It's 70 year old brick dunno how old the paint is but there are many layers.
What has to be done to the brick after the sandblaster beats the shit out of it?
You should try chemically first. Sand blasted brick looks like shit. It loses its character.
Oh, there's so many places I could go with that. (pun intended)
But I'll stay with the trusty hallway bathroom for now.