"I live in upper New Hampshire, and have an unheated covered deck with 3/4" plywood floor, not pressure-treated. We enclosed the area to create a very nice porch, and want to finish the floor. The plywood is in good shape, but was never sealed above or below. When the weather is damp, the floor creaks as you walk on it. Then, when it's dry, there is no noise. The plywood is glued and screwed down. My question is, should we seal or paint the exposed floor and plywood under the decking, before putting in a floor?"
"I have a circa 1964 camp on Cobbossee in Litchfield, Maine. Several years ago I had insulation blown into the walls, attic, and underneath the camp, which is on pillars and posts. The underneath portion is enclosed in plastic. I have been told by several Mainers that this is not a good idea. Your thoughts?"
"Being the downhome folks you all are, did it take you, collectively, long to learn, and get used to, being in front of the camera, and learn all the signals and the camera talk?"
"When you are evaluating a property, TV or not, how do you determine if a camp is too far gone for a renovation and should just be replaced?"
"How do you keep all the dogs from running off at all these camps? Do you bring food and water dishes for them?"
"Who is better, the Grateful Dead, or Phish?"