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Credits are like money you use to obtain information regarding your project. Using credits you will be able to communicate with a professional online contractor for advice, concerns, and on-going consulting until your project is complete or your questions are answered. One credit is equal to one question or answer.

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Examples of Questions:

  1. Q: What is the correct underlayment that should be used when installing ceramic tiles in a bathroom floor?
    A: Depending on the thickness required 1/2 inch or 3/8 inch of cement board should always be installed and secured with ceramic coated screws.
  2. Q: What is the footing and are they required for decks and porches?
    A: A footing is the foundation platform for any deck or porch that is being constructed. Footings are required with a minimum of 42 inches deep by 8 inches wide depending on the size of te deck/porch being built. Size of width may vary.
  3. Q: Can I use a rubber roof on my house?
    A: Rubber roofs are generally used on commercial buildings that have zero pitch on the roof (flat roofs).
  4. Q: Can I replace just my counter tops without removing cabinets?
    A: As long as the cabinets are not glued on. Just countertop replacements are common. However, a plumber or skilled contractor is required for the disconnecting of the sink, drain and/or dishwasher.
  5. Q: What is the difference between new construction windows and casement windows?
    A: Casement windows are installed from the inside out on houses that have already been built. Casement windows come with a full frame. New construction windows are installed from the exterior and the siding would have to be removed for proper installation. They also have a flange called a shark fin around the window that attaches to the sheeting on the side of the house.

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