We just purchased our first home! It was built in 1940 But we are having to put in some safeguards till we can get the house rewired ( no ground wires on electrical) ... See more
But I'm not sure. We had a bunch of rain the last few days and there was some water seepage into my utility room. Yrs ago the same thing happened -- lots of rain and ... See more
My son was sitting in his room and called to me. He said he heard a cracking noise and looked up and his ceiling light fixture began cracking on two sides.
There are two clips or pins that I don’t know this to remove.
I have some knob and tube wiring in the basement. The kitchen is right above the area where the knob and tubing is and it is VERY cold. I know you can't cover up the ... See more
What type of Light Switch is this, a 2 or 3 way. Need to replace switch.
We bought a house and the gas heating and air was installed over our living room. Needless to say it rattles and sounds like a helicopter over head. They installed it... See more
I have one outlet in my bathroom and would like to add another.can I somehow use the existing outlet and connect off it?
How to tighten lamp that is loose?
I have a haunted outside light over my shed door! Comes on and off whenever it pleases regardless off switch position. flipping switch only dims light?
Any body have any tips on how to fix this?
I’m a senior citizen grandma who loves working with wood. I’m comfortable with most power hand tools, but haven’t yet gotten the courage to try using a router y... See more
A new lightbulb, in track lighting, it didn’t get threaded correctly and I can’t get it out. I’ve tried tape to get a better grip and it didn’t work
I have an older one that looks fine except that it has stopped rotating. I hate to throw it away instead of repairing it.
Is it safe electrically to put a plastic grocery bag in a shredder to make it easier when emptying? I don't want to start a fire because it's plastic and plugged in?... See more
Hi, I have a reasonably sized kitchen which is in an extension to a 350 year old cute thatched cottage in the UK.However, in it there are loads of 1980's horrid spotl... See more
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
SOMEWHERE, I read about securing electrical power cords (i.e. hair dryers, curling irons) with elastic cording and a button. I can't find the "how to" again, and hop... See more
This floor lamp has 3 parts to it & there's not a tight connectin when screwed together so it bends & tips over. Any suggestions? Thanks!
I have those old round light bulb light fixtures in my bathrooms. (Like the ones in acting makeup dressing rooms?) UGH! I can't remove them, so does anyone have any i... See more
I bought a lava lamp that had the bubble in it but when I got home with it the bubble was gone. I turned it on thinking if I heated it the bubble would start rising a... See more