Started by Adam Roby, December 24, 2021, 09:20:59 AM
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Quote from: Adam Roby on December 24, 2021, 04:36:23 PMThis would be the door to swap if it's the same width (will measure on Sunday).
Quote from: Redoverfarm on December 31, 2021, 01:41:09 PMLooks good considering the before pictures. Think I would reconsider letting people rent that have pets or adding a security deposit to cover damage.
Quote from: Adam Roby on December 31, 2021, 01:36:39 PMSo the height was a problem after all, I would have needed to remove about 1" off that door, and I did not have a saw up there to do a proper job.When I started removing the junk filler that had put, I used the sink next to the door and it was not draining. Opened up underneath and the trap was completely clogged with dog fur. Cleaned it all out, put it back together, and everything was leaking. The old metal pipes were so thin they cracked and started leaking. Changed one pipe, another one broke, decided to swap everything (45 minute drive to the hardware store get's frustrating, just replace it all) but the darn thing was still leaking. Was running out of time before the next renter, threw the dice and a half tube of silicone at the remaining joints and it finally stopped leaking... for now. Come spring I will have to take it all back apart, and remove the door and see if I can do a more permanent fix. For now, I removed all of the crap filler above the handle, but below it was too thick to remove, so I added a more closely matched filler and used a touch up pen for furniture. I know it was not an ideal solution, but I wasted so much time with the water leak I didn't have much time to deal with the door. Renting sucks...
Quote from: pmichelsen on January 03, 2022, 01:01:46 PMI have not been impressed recently with the quality of metal traps sold at the big box stores, most of the time I just go with the PVC ones assuming it's in a place that isn't visible. They too are thing, but I find they hold up and seal better than the tinfoil ones.