Let Sleeping Toggle Bolts Lie

Let Sleeping Toggle Bolts Lie

Adam rants about building permits, and talks about a quick fix for patching vinyl. Later on, yet another caller has a broken towel rack.

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Show Summary

No Deck

At the top of the show, engineer Matt asks a question of his own regarding an outside deck that couldn’t get finished because of lack of permits. Adam warns him about a lifetime of weird, crappy neighbors. Later, he responds to an email about patching a small part of a vinyl surface, and talks about the different ways to install a shower.

Flagstone Patio

Moving to the phones, the first caller has a question about some Marlite wall in his bathroom. Adam also talks to a caller about fixing a rot iron stairway railing, and gives him advice on patching drywall from a busted towel rack. A rare female caller comes on the line and talks to Adam about repairing her flagstone patio, and as the show wraps up, Adam shares his love of LED light bulbs and gives advice on air compressor safety.

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Show Credits

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Associate Producers: Matt Fondiler & Gary Smith
Audio/Post-Production/Show Summary: Matt Fondiler
Phones/Technical Director: Chris Laxamana
Web Engineer: Melanie de Jonge


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11 Responses to “Let Sleeping Toggle Bolts Lie”

  1. Sluggh
    2011/08/06 at 3:49 am #

    Incandescent lights are in the Constitution! Live free or die.

  2. Jarviswabi
    2011/08/06 at 10:57 am #

    Anyone else notice how Adam finds a way to make the Peter North splooge sound in every episode? Whether it’s squirting construction adhesive on plywood or shooting Type S mortar into a cracked sidewalk, I’m always waiting to see what he’ll phbbbblllttt out each week.

    • Gnarlex
      2011/08/13 at 10:51 am #

      I have noticed that! And it’s kind of gross, but I attribute it to being a guy thing, fart comedy.

  3. Jim
    2011/08/07 at 6:32 am #

    An awsome show, thanks Aceman. And hot mop is still alive and well. Especially on new construction.

  4. Hack on the House
    2011/08/07 at 8:03 am #

    hot mop….good name for Alison’s V

  5. Hugh Gasol
    2011/08/07 at 8:05 am #

    Out here in Coachella valley, every time a roofer uses his hot mop kettle they have to get a permit, which lets the fire dept. know you are using. Then they show up for a surprise inspection to make sure one person is staying with the kettle.

  6. Collin
    2011/08/10 at 10:52 pm #

    Does anyone have the email address for the show? I’m looking to buy a house in Virginia in a couple months want to know what “red flags” I should look for.

  7. jamfu
    2011/09/01 at 5:05 am #

    Dude, black iron for air lines should be used

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