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Post #2651 by PEli » Wed May 27, 2020 5:44 pm

My driveway looks terrible though. We bought a house that needed some tlc and after a couple of big jobs last year we're just taking it easy this year. I was planning on doing the driveway this year but we're opting for floors, doors and trim upstairs. Then next spring or summer we'll tackle the driveway.

I just don't want to hear about it from my neighbor. If I wanted to be critiqued by the people next door, I would have bought a nicer house in a much better area.

I'll pave him into my new driveway.
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Post #2652 by chicpea » Wed May 27, 2020 6:16 pm

You could make a hash driveway.
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Post #2653 by MP » Wed May 27, 2020 6:52 pm

PEli wrote:My driveway looks terrible though. We bought a house that needed some tlc and after a couple of big jobs last year we're just taking it easy this year. I was planning on doing the driveway this year but we're opting for floors, doors and trim upstairs. Then next spring or summer we'll tackle the driveway.

I just don't want to hear about it from my neighbor. If I wanted to be critiqued by the people next door, I would have bought a nicer house in a much better area.

I'll pave him into my new driveway.

Very reasonable, however, what might be more reasonable would be to take a jerry can of gas over to your neighbour's driveway in the middle of the night and draw I giant penis with gas.
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Post #2654 by mayoradamwest » Thu May 28, 2020 11:39 am

Take a hammer to it and tell him you’re allowing the important pollinators to grow through.

Also - line your fence on his side with bird houses.
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Post #2655 by Murphy » Thu May 28, 2020 12:24 pm

Anyone have any decent ressources for building a shed?
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Post #2656 by mayoradamwest » Thu May 28, 2020 1:05 pm

You mean like capable hands and plenty of muscle to go around?

:danson:


Cuz, no. Sorry. I don’t.
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Post #2657 by MP » Thu May 28, 2020 3:07 pm

Murphy wrote:Anyone have any decent ressources for building a shed?

Whadda want to know?
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Post #2658 by mayoradamwest » Thu May 28, 2020 8:06 pm

I have all my Dad’s woodworking tools but none of the knowledge. I’d imagine this is unhelpful.
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Post #2659 by Murphy » Fri May 29, 2020 11:06 am

MP wrote:
Murphy wrote:Anyone have any decent ressources for building a shed?

Whadda want to know?


What should I be doing for the base?
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Post #2660 by Murphy » Fri May 29, 2020 11:36 am

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Murphy wrote:Anyone have any decent ressources for building a shed?

Whadda want to know?


What should I be doing for the base?


I've read a number of options, but I'm not sure they're really directed for our climate.

Sonotubes with cement and a 4x4 pressure treated frame?
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Post #2661 by MP » Fri May 29, 2020 12:05 pm

What are you storing in you shed? If it's just light weight items lawn mower/wheel barrel etc. You can just remove the organics (i.e., grass) level up area with gravel and build it on deck blocks.

4x4's make good post, but terrible floor joists.
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Post #2662 by Craig » Fri May 29, 2020 12:14 pm

This is relevant to my interests.

How much gravel?
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Post #2663 by MP » Fri May 29, 2020 12:19 pm

Kinda depends on what your ground is starting off like. If you have good solid ground I'd say a a couple inches for good drainage and ease of levelling the deck blocks. If you got mucky wet swamp, you might want a geofabric and 6 inches or more. Also, if it's soft ground, you might buy a larger concrete pad to put under your deck blocks, and put the deck blocks closer together (i.e., more blocks).
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Post #2664 by Craig » Fri May 29, 2020 12:28 pm

I have a pond in my backyard right now, which I hate because it means we need to supervise E a lot more closely than we would anyway. I think I might remove it and put a nice shed in it's spot. I can't decide if I want to try to do it myself or just pay someone.
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Post #2665 by MP » Fri May 29, 2020 12:28 pm

Note that in Ontario anything less than 10 square metres (108sq. Ft.)does not require a building permit. So 10x10 or 8x13 are common shed sizes.
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Post #2666 by MP » Fri May 29, 2020 12:29 pm

Craig wrote:I have a pond in my backyard right now, which I hate because it means we need to supervise E a lot more closely than we would anyway. I think I might remove it and put a nice shed in it's spot. I can't decide if I want to try to do it myself or just pay someone.

Just get her some swimming lessons? Or put up some snow fencing...
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Post #2667 by Murphy » Fri May 29, 2020 12:32 pm

MP wrote:Note that in Ontario anything less than 10 square metres (108sq. Ft.)does not require a building permit. So 10x10 or 8x13 are common shed sizes.


Yeah definitely going for a 10x10. Deck blocks are certainly easier. Just one for each corner?
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Post #2668 by MP » Fri May 29, 2020 12:46 pm

Murphy wrote:
MP wrote:Note that in Ontario anything less than 10 square metres (108sq. Ft.)does not require a building permit. So 10x10 or 8x13 are common shed sizes.


Yeah definitely going for a 10x10. Deck blocks are certainly easier. Just one for each corner?

No, at least 3 per side and one in the middle, so at least 9.

Frame up the square with the beam down the middle, then either use joist hangers in between the frame or lay the joists full span over top. Depending on how high you want the shed floor.

Conversly, you could forget the centre beam get a centre deck block for each joist and set the blocks into the ground to keep the floor low.
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Post #2669 by Murphy » Fri May 29, 2020 12:49 pm

MP wrote:
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MP wrote:Note that in Ontario anything less than 10 square metres (108sq. Ft.)does not require a building permit. So 10x10 or 8x13 are common shed sizes.


Yeah definitely going for a 10x10. Deck blocks are certainly easier. Just one for each corner?

No, at least 3 per side and one in the middle, so at least 9.

Frame up the square with the beam down the middle, then either use joist hangers in between the frame or lay the joists full span over top. Depending on how high you want the shed floor.

Conversly, you could forget the centre beam get a centre deck block for each joist and set the blocks into the ground to keep the floor low.


Any way to grab a photo off google to show the two options you're talking about?
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Post #2670 by MP » Fri May 29, 2020 12:52 pm

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With joist hangers.
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Post #2671 by MP » Fri May 29, 2020 12:54 pm

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With more blocks...
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Post #2672 by MP » Fri May 29, 2020 12:58 pm

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Similar to the 1st option but the deck is framed over the centre beam.
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Post #2673 by Murphy » Fri May 29, 2020 1:39 pm

Thanks, appreciate the help.
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Post #2674 by clawfirst » Fri May 29, 2020 4:06 pm

The wrong answer that is absolutely the best answer is to pour a slab larger than the shed and frame on top of it....ignoring all those laws and permits and such

Its a shed who cares if it heaves and shifts with the frost.
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Post #2675 by Craig » Fri May 29, 2020 6:13 pm

Mines going right in the sight line of the deck, overlooking the scenic pond my house backs onto. I want it to look... Charming?
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Post #2676 by mayoradamwest » Sat May 30, 2020 9:34 am

Getting a chimney brought down to roof level today. That’ll fuck with Santa. :gary:
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Post #2677 by chicpea » Wed Jun 03, 2020 8:38 pm

The holes in my washroom door were drilled poorly and my hooks are unable to be tightened. I've tried. Well, I tried nine years ago, but now I am procrastinating from something else so would like to fix it.

Problem: I don't own a drill.

Question: Can I just screw in new holes with a screw driver and the screws I'm going to use? Or will this for some weird reason ruin the wood even more?
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Post #2678 by Murphy » Wed Jun 03, 2020 9:06 pm

Peep or glory holes?
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Post #2679 by chicpea » Wed Jun 03, 2020 9:19 pm

Well, I guess they'd more accurately be glory ones because it's for hanging an extra towel hook - and I have some nice towels I got once for my birthday (The Bay).
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Post #2680 by Craig » Wed Jun 03, 2020 9:40 pm

chicpea wrote:The holes in my washroom door were drilled poorly and my hooks are unable to be tightened. I've tried. Well, I tried nine years ago, but now I am procrastinating from something else so would like to fix it.

Problem: I don't own a drill.

Question: Can I just screw in new holes with a screw driver and the screws I'm going to use? Or will this for some weird reason ruin the wood even more?


Into a cheap plastic or hollow wood door? Sure. Even a solid wood door probably.
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Post #2681 by MP » Thu Jun 04, 2020 9:40 am

Are you screwing into drywall or wood/steel studs?

If it's drywall you just need to get some drywall plastic anchors:

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If it's into the studs, try a longer or larger screw.
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Post #2682 by MP » Thu Jun 04, 2020 9:43 am

Ahh wood door, try a larger screw? Or will the hook not accommodate a larger screw?
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Post #2683 by clawfirst » Thu Jun 04, 2020 9:48 am

Toggle bolts. Make sure they are short enough to fit inside the hollow 1 3/8 door slab
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Post #2684 by PEli » Thu Jun 04, 2020 7:24 pm

The fungus is amongus, friends. There's a stump that was cut and ground down to the soil in my sideyard before we bought the place and today I went out and it's fucking nuts. I remember this coming up from somebody last year.

I do not have a fungicide labelled for this mushroom so I will be picking them all out by hand and cutting the lawn super low there so I can get some airflow in that part of the lawn. I guess I'll have to hit Costco and get a couple of steaks to go with these mushrooms.

Fucking disgusting.
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Post #2685 by PEli » Thu Jun 04, 2020 7:24 pm

Maybe I'll feed them to my neighbor.
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Post #2686 by chicpea » Thu Jun 04, 2020 11:08 pm

MP wrote:Ahh wood door, try a larger screw? Or will the hook not accommodate a larger screw?


Yeah. It's just a cheap bathroom door. I think it's hollow but I can't prove it. (Is there a test?).

And you are correct: larger screws will not fit into the existing hook holes.

I suppose I could just call my landlady and she'd have it fixed but I don't like people bothering me.
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Post #2687 by chicpea » Thu Jun 04, 2020 11:11 pm

clawfirst wrote:Toggle bolts. Make sure they are short enough to fit inside the hollow 1 3/8 door slab


Oh! Thank you, claw fist. I've never heard of these things. I will look them up. I'm sure my local hardware store has them - probably the only hardware store downtown van. Guy is such a prick but it's a good little shop.

I suppose with these I will have to buy a new hook too.
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Post #2688 by chicpea » Thu Jun 04, 2020 11:15 pm

Okay. I looked up the toggle bolt. It seems like a very good system but very complicated, and I do not own a drill.

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Post #2689 by Craig » Thu Jun 04, 2020 11:28 pm

Just screw the hooks in slightly beside, above or below the existing holes so the hooks cover the old holes.

Or plug the holes with small pieces of wood and some glue. Toothpicks work. Then cut it as flat as you can, and screw away.

Or just glue the hooks up.
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Post #2690 by chicpea » Thu Jun 04, 2020 11:36 pm

Very interesting theories, Crag. This is more along my original, simple line of thought (and tool array). Can you just glue a hook up though? That seems odd. I'd never heard of that.

I think I will try your Plan A. I do have one worry though: if I make the new holes too close to the existing ones, they will collapse upon themselves and create some sort of corrupt superhole.

I may just go about a foot lower to be safe. It will look odd but I don't give a fuck about that. You might say I am a punk rocker.
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Post #2691 by Craig » Thu Jun 04, 2020 11:56 pm

You could always go an inch above the old holes, then assume whatever is hanging on the hooks will cover them.

You can glue up a hook, but it's not as strong as screws. You're just hanging towels or something? It would probably be fine.
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Post #2692 by chicpea » Fri Jun 05, 2020 12:02 am

Yes. It's just for hanging towels. Two towels MAXIMUM. Probably just one very heavy towel though to be honest.

Also, I tried screwing it in just now. It was much harder than I thought. Seemed pointless. I reached despair and gave up. I should really borrow a drill. Can you rent a drill?

I guess I'll get the glue. Is there special wood glue?
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Post #2693 by Craig » Fri Jun 05, 2020 12:15 am

You can just get self adhesive hooks. But I would probably get gorilla glue. I also don't know what your screw or door are made out of, so that's not really good advice.
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Post #2694 by Craig » Fri Jun 05, 2020 12:17 am

Do you have a hammer? You could make a pilot hole with a nail, then put the screws in more easily.
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Post #2695 by chicpea » Fri Jun 05, 2020 12:39 am

This will sound funny because I know I seem online like Mickey Spillane, but I don't actually have a hammer anymore. I lost it when I left my last job. However, I will bet money my older brother has a hammer, and he wants to meet me for coffee. Obviously, I said maybe and then no. But he may have a drill. He seems very successful. The problem though is that if I tell him I need a drill, he will grow curious and try to break into my apartment again (Christmas deja vu) and that is the last thing I need to stress about.

I think I will just go to the prick's store and buy a new hammer. I'm worried though that the cheap door may splinter if I use too much force.

Thank you, Crag and all the guys above for helping me out with this. It's so stupid and simple but not if you know nothing.
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Post #2697 by mayoradamwest » Fri Jun 05, 2020 10:37 am

Do the self adhesive ones hold?
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Post #2698 by Craig » Fri Jun 05, 2020 11:21 am

Yes, but you get what you pay for to a certain extent. My wife likes to use them to hang pictures and they've mostly held.
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Post #2699 by PEli » Sun Jun 07, 2020 4:00 pm

chicpea wrote:I need a drill


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Post #2700 by chicpea » Tue Jun 23, 2020 10:43 pm

I know some of you have been going a little stir craxy being at home for work and always looking for projects around the house. I also recall some talk of squirrels (I think it was Crag who mentioned them), so when I came across this today, you guys were immediately in my thoughts.

Man Builds a mini PICNIC TABLE for squirrels to eat at in the yard

Rick Kalinowski, 43, from Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, became an online star after photos of a squirrel happily dining at the picnic table went viral. The rodent-sized table is attached to his fence and has two benches so multiple squirrels can hang out at once.

'I built the picnic bench and mounted it outside my living room window on the fence so I can watch the squirrels eat while I have my coffee every morning,' the self-employed plumber said.


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