Sawdust build-up can create heat and friction when you use a hole saw. One solution is to drill a smaller hole inside the area to be cut out that will allow the sawdust to escape. Size the relief hole according to the size of the larger hole. If, for example, you are cutting a 3-in. hole, drill a 1-in. relief hole. Don't drill the hole too close to the center, which you need for the saw's pilot bit.
Remember that extreme temperatures can build in an attic without proper ventilation, especially with a dark colored roof.
The Truth in Lending Act gives homeowners three days from the day the account was opened to cancel their credit line. However, the homeowner must inform the lender in writing within those three days. According to the FDIC, the lender then must cancel its security interest in the home and return all fees paid.
Here's how to protect precious woodwork during home remodeling and construction. Recycle used carpet pads removed with wall-to-wall carpet. The pieces are soft and flexible enough to wrap around banisters and other delicate woodwork. Secure the pads in place with strips of duct tape. This way, your wood will be safe from scratches, gouges, and heavy traffic during remodeling.