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How difficult to replace a rotted 6x6 PT support post for 2nd floor deck? Other materials that are less likely to rot?
Jul 24, 2015
The difficulty depends on many things. I would say PT post is the way to go, but install it over a post standoff past so water doesnt get trapped between the bottom of the post and whatever it is sitt ... read more
I had an 8x10 porch built which covers my back door and kitchen windows. Does this qualify as an Energy Efficiency Improvement by IRS standards?
Mar 30, 2015
http://www.houselogic.com/home-advice/tax-credits/how-to-collect-tax-energy-credits/ I do not believe that would qualify. Only the materials qaulifies for the credit.

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