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 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 »
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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 »
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How many gallons are in an in-ground pool that is 40 by 20 with the shallow end being 3ft deep and the deep end being 9ft deep?

An educated guess based upon the information given would be 38,000 to 40,000 gallon depending upon the taper of the pool. Answer http://www.poolspa.com/calculator/ It may be closer to 36,000 gal.
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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 »
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