How deep should you countersink steppingstones?

Answer When placing steppingstones, dig each hole flat across the bottom, with the diameter just a bit larger than the stone and an inch deeper. This allows for a firm gravel or sand footing beneath the ... Read More »

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How deep should you countersink stepping-stones?

When countersinking stepping-stones, the hole should be dug approximately 1 inch deeper then the stone being placed. This allows for a firm base of gravel or sand for the stepping-stone. Providing ... Read More »

How many gallons of water do you need to fill a 14 x 24 ft pool so the deep end is about 5 and a half ft deep and the shallow end is 3 ft deep?

%REPLIES% Answer 10,710. Answer 10,710. The calculation for a rectangle pool is: ((Shallow end depth + deep end depth) / 2) * length * width) = pool volume in cubic feetPool cubic feet * 7.5 = ga... Read More »

How Do You Use a Countersink Bit?

Screw heads resting above a wood surface leave an unprofessional look to a finished woodworking project. A countersink bit creates a recess on the surface of the material to add a finished look to ... Read More »

How to Countersink?

In some do-it-yourself projects it doesn't matter if the heads of your screws protrude a little from the surface of your lumber. Fencing, garden containers and framework that will be obscured by co... Read More »