If you’re finishing your basement, de-cluttering your home, or working on a project that generates trash (more than will fit in your garbage can) pick up your free yearly dump pass and haul it to the landfill free of charge. I just picked up mine today at the Lehi City Administration building by the Library.
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One of the most common things a DIYer neglects to do when finishing a basement is to install proper firestop per code. Firestop is required by building code to impede a potential fire from spreading- which could come in handy if you’re doing your own electrical work. :)
You will not pass your inspections from the local building department if you don’t install firestop as required. So don’t forget to firestop! If you don’t know how to install it, I’ll explain the code and how to meet these firestop requirements.
Here is a guest post from Brian with the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance. Brian is a health advocate and blogger who has been researching and writing about health and safety concerns that one should consider while doing home renovations and DIY projects to help keep you and your family safe.
Scheduling is a key component of managing any construction project. I recently completed a partial basement finish with a large family room, kid’s study, and some storage closets, in just 3 weeks. Here’s how I scheduled the work so that it could be finished in just 16 work days: