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Get An Inside Look At The 2018 Toronto Interior Design Show

Posted by in Home Improvement Tips, on January 19, 2018

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Tour the 2018 Interior Design Show with H&H's Beth Hitchcock and Kimberley Brown. Get the inside scoop on the latest products and top trends for the coming year. Plus, go inside the most inspiring exhibits. For more, join us on House & Home Sunday to see design talks by Lynda Reeves and Beth Hitchcock, as well as design insiders Brian Gluckstein, Tommy Smythe, Richard Ouellette and Karim Rashid. Find more information here: https://houseandhome.com/decorating-design/news/ids18-join-us-house-home-sunday-2018-interior-design-show/ ———- MORE DESIGN INSPIRATION
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Food Trends 2018: Top 5 Things to Try This Year

Posted by in Home Improvement Tips, on January 17, 2018

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Join Lynda Reeves, food editor Kristen Eppich and Canadian chefs and tastemakers as they present the hottest food trends of 2018! From slow meals cooked fast to Levantine cuisine, discover what we’ll be cooking, nibbling and sipping this year. Plus, see what Lynda describes as the best thing she ate in 2018. ———- MORE DESIGN INSPIRATION
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TOH: Trade School- Exclusive Preview of New Siding and a New Driveway!

Posted by in Home Improvement Tips, on January 16, 2018

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General contractor Tom Silva installs new red cedar clapboards on the oldest part of the house using a story pole to match the coursing of a later addition. Landscape contractor Roger Cook installs a new horseshoe shaped asphalt driveway that will later be topped with a rustic finish to make it look like a stone driveway, without the mess or the maintenance. Then, Plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shows host Kevin O’Connor how he’s solving a rough plumbing problem by using a wet vent in the downstairs powder room.

Energy By the Numbers: Nuclear Energy

Posted by in Home Improvement Tips, on January 16, 2018

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How to Fix a Wobbly Toilet

Posted by in Home Improvement Tips, on January 15, 2018

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Watch the full episode: https://www.thisoldhouse.com/watch/ask-toh-jimmy-diresta-wobbly-toilet Ask This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey helps a homeowner diagnose and repair a wobbly toilet. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Time: 2 hours Cost: $50 Skill Level: Moderate Tools:
Level
Open ended adjustable wrench
Putty knife
Mini hacksaw Shopping List:
Latex gloves
Sponge
Bucket
Drop cloth
Wax ring
Toilet shims
Closet bolt kit (bolts, nuts, washers, cap base, cap) Steps:
1. Shut the water off to the toilet. Flush the toilet until the bowl is empty. Use a sponge and a bucket to suck out the remaining water. Disconnect the water line from the toilet.
2. Remove the bolt cap covers, nuts, and washers from the closet bolts on both sides.
3. Carefully remove the toilet and place it on the drop cloth.
4. Check the wax ring for deformities. This could be the cause of the wobbly toilet. The wax ring will need to be replaced in either case, so remove the old one with a putty knife.
5. Since the toilet is already off, it’s always best practice to check the condition of the toilet flange and repair as necessary.
6. Check the floor for level. If it’s out of level, it may be necessary to shim the toilet.
7. Put new closet bolts on the toilet flange and replace the wax ring. 8. Put the toilet back on the closet bolts. 9. Put shims underneath the toilet until it is level.
10. Add the cap base, the washer, and the nut to the closet bolts on both sides of the toilet. Alternate tightening each nut on both sides until the toilet is securely connected.
11. Cut the excess off the closet bolts using the hacksaw. Cover the bolts with the caps. 12. Reconnect the water line and turn the water back on. Resources:
Everything Richard used for this project, including the wrenches, closet bolts and caps, and toilet shims, can be found at home centers. Instead of using a traditional wax seal, Richard used a flexible rubber gasket manufactured by SaniSeal (https://saniseal.com ). Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse
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