Concrete won't help...in fact it will make things worse, Water will eventually seep around the concrete and make the rot worse. Just cut the rot out of the tree. Since the existing stub is "near flush", you may need to cut a little bit into the trunk. Maybe even a giant "C" shaped cut. ...
I just hooked my gas stove up in my house. I checked for leaks with the soap and water trick and everything was good. When I lit the stove for the first time I smelled gas. Is that normal. I’m cooking on it now and don’t smell anything. Thank you.
Buy some new underwear
tie a string onto one & connect it to something noisy that will attract attention when it is pulled onto the sidewalk.
If the heater hoses going to the core are the same temp as the top radiator hose, or pretty close, the issue is with the blend door or its actuator.
The mode door directs where the air flow comes out, and there's the fresh air/recirculate air door, then the blend door, which regulates the temperature of the air...
I hear that's bad to leave them unattended. Do YOU do that or not?
Someone flushed a pad down the toilet and we tried to use a plunger but it’s not working
So someone regularly comes to read the gas meter which was usual. But today 2 people came and they did something with the meter. They drilled it open and did something to it. Is this normal or should I be worried?
I think they sell the material to make them but do they actually install them too?
Since it's getting colder where I live my mother and stepfather CONSTANTLY have the heater on and it's too hot upstairs like I start sweating. At dinner I asked ONCE a couple weeks ago and they get really mad I told them this week once that it's too hot upstairs and I wake up sweating and really dizzy...
Not from where it was cut off, if that's what you mean. You may get offshoots from near the stump, though.