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
My father in law had this beautiful torchiere lamp and it was one of the few things we have left of his and the base plaster weight crumbled and fell out (no photos ... See more
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
I live in a mobile home and my light switch that controls my hall light, living room, wall, and outside lights just quit working. It's not a breaker. Every other ligh... See more
I'd like to know how to sharpen lawn mower blades. I noticed that my mower is not cutting well but I don't want to buy a new blade. Can someone tell me how to remove ... See more
It seems awfully expensive to hire someone to service my boiler, when it seems like a simple process. Can anyone tell me the benefit to hiring a professional as oppo... See more
I want to buy a ceiling fan but I'm not sure if I can put it where the ceiling light is. Do I need a support,extra wiring. I live in a 2012 MFG Home. Doublewide.
Trying to take broken bulb out of a ceiling fan fixture that is broken off at base
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.
Finally put together this morning and put the "dimmable" bulb the guy at HD told me would work. Well, it DOES work, but it has only ONE setting and when I rotate the ... See more
Can I wire the subpanel to the large clips on the bottom of the main breaker or is it best to install a double breaker on the main and then wire to the subpanel?
We notice it when there is frost on the roof
I have the kitchen , 3rd and 2nd bathroom and 3rd bedroom light not working. Also island lights in kitchen. The bathroom light also have fans in them.
Works some of the time but most of the time it does not work, switch on wall does work, I know it must be something simple but I can't figure out what it is. I moved ... See more
I have a home built in 2006, the main panel does not seem to have a main breaker...? See attached pic of the main panel. It's a Siemens G3040 200 amp panel. Outs... See more
I am unclear as to what to do with this part of my house, "The Breakfast Nook".
Half my string of Christmas lights do not burn, the other half burns fine. I have tried replacing bulbs, and added new fuses. Any one else have this problem or hopefu... See more
I am giving up on sanding by hand, LOL well mostly, and I have a few larger pieces of furniture I want to sand, So I started to look for a electric hand sander but ... See more
I have the old one bulb pull string lights in my basement. The strings are known to snap off when you pull them. I have a few like that. But the one in my Furnace roo... See more