Adam explains the difficulty of hanging doors, and the potential danger of asbestos. He also helps a guy trying to build a kid’s ball pit in his basement.
First up is an email regarding an issue with their galvanized steel pipes. Adam suggests they hire a specialized plumber for this type of work, and try to get an idea of how long the new pipes will last, how long they’ll guarantee it, and how much it will cost. Logan then reads another email from someone who is trying to figure out what to do with their old asbestos tiles. Adam gives important advice regarding asbestos safety, and jokingly suggests it may actually make your kids smarter.
Jumping to the phone lines, the first caller has rotted out ‘Freedom Doors’ and wants to know how to best replace them. Adam then talks with someone trying to replace their old washing machine, and Adam suggests subscribing to Consumer Reports for the latest reviews on which products to purchase. The next caller is trying to replace 7 different doors with 7 matching doors, and Adam explains that hanging doors is an extremely advanced job, and will likely cost him a lot of money to repair.
In the last segment of the show, Adam talks to a caller who keeps hitting their car against the back wall of their garage because it appears to be sliding forward. Adam suggests a number of ways to repair the problem, then wraps things up with a caller trying to build a McDonalds-style ball pit in his basement. Adam suggests purchasing an above ground pool before attempting to build something himself.
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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Associate Producer: Logan Moy
Technical Director: Chris Laxamana
Phones/Researcher: Gary Smith
Show Summary: Matt Fondiler
Web Engineering: Melanie de Jonge