Hi, I had an electrician come to run a wire for a microwave receptacle. It felt like he did a pretty sloppy job cutting multiple holes in the dry wall to get the job ... See more
I'm hanging a chandelier above my kitchen table, but have decided not to hard-wire it in due to the fact that we will be putting our house up for sale in the near fut... See more
I have a wood channel fluorescent light fixture in my kitchen. I went to change the lights and dropped the plastic insert. I have all the pieces, but it's going to ... See more
My ceiling fan has a light attached. The light bulbs keep burning out. I put a new bulb in and a week later it is burned out. This happens to all three of the ligh... See more
I took my switch plate off a while back because I was doing some touch up painting but I decided until I got around to finishing the job, I'd put another switch plate... See more
I had the idea of using half of a rather large globe as the lampshade on a floor lamp. How can I use it safely?
This fixture is in afternoon sun and an electric eye screwed into the fixture has darkness too early in the day to be a dusk to dawn light, as is needed.
All the sudden they dont work changed the bulbs looked them over I wonder if I could put in new wiring or new sockets?
When I recently replaced an outside light fixture, I noticed a large gap where the wires went through the adjoining brick/siding. Should light fixtures, plugs be cau... See more
I live in an area where TV reception is sporadic and outdoor reception is not a possibility Cable is expensive, and previously purchased indoor antennas do not work ... See more
I have a 1964 pendant light in my kitchen. I like the light, but the cord it hangs from is dirty and frayed. Is there a place to buy a replacement cord? Is it diff... See more
I am new at lighting. My new cottage kitchen needs hanging lights on a slanted ceiling (roughly 8-10 ft), over the sink and counter space. Would 3 mini pendants be... See more
Hi All, I am unable to find what kind of ceiling lights are installed at my place and how to replace them. I was able to get a few pictures. Can someone suggest and h... See more
I have several Solar figures that have STOPPED working. Is there any way I can rejuvenate them to work again?
Our existing kitchen has a painted backsplash. Now that we're adding tile, the outlets need to come out from the wall to be flush with the new tile. How can this be... See more
I have a bathroom fan unit with a cover I need to add to it but the screw to attached the cover is about 1/2" short.
What is a clever way to hide electrical cords along base boards?
I have an electrical outlet in a bedroom that is in plan sight in the room. Unfortunately, there are 2 chords plugged into it one being an outlet strip, and it looks ... See more
Finally, the third repair person to check the problem was able to resolve it. He was the first to go up to my attic and check my ducts. He found a large one of them s... See more
Outlets (aka receptacles) - which do you prefer? 1) Outlet strip Pros: more outlets, easier to hide under overhang of counter top Cons: Limited color choices, no... See more