How does this explain the creaks
you might hear your home?
Today, Sara and I celebrate eight years of marriage and I will make the breakfast tea and creak
my way back up the stairs, just as I have done from day one.
"It's been specifically devised for Welsh circumstances and it of course creaks
a bit at the beginning-anything that parties at both ends have got to get used to is going to creak
The moments and gestures and poems and chants of a meal: the hands cupped around bowls, the skein of stories, the passing of the pepper, the cutting of food into pieces for children, the telephone books on chairs so that they are lifted up into the sea of stories, the chapels of hands clasped in prayer, the passing of plates one to another, the wisps of rising circling swirling steam, the creaks
and whispers of chairs, the clatter-rattle of plates stacked for the sink, the humming of the dishwasher be it machine or mother, father or daughter, clan or neighbor, priest or poet.
Well, the issue containing that promise was very late, a result of the creaks
and groans of changing a going enterprise.
As the house fairly creaks
with entropy more aliens kiddies arrive.
Though the language of the stem cell research debate creaks
with the cliches of scientific self-justification, its most important facet is the aura of imperative it contains.
Emergency services were called to the scene as it started to make loud creaks
But the subtle strains and creaks
of a house catching fire certainly do not.
I stapled 3mm plywood to the floor before laying carpet but it creaks
when walked on.
A floorboard creaks
when some of its fixing nails have worked themselves loose, so that it is no longer firmly attached to the joists.
A FLOORBOARD creaks
when some of its fixing nails have worked themselves loose so that it's no longer firmly attached to the joists.
," as Edna and Flo open "stove" and "refrigerator" doors.)
If so, there will be no tongue and groove and two boards have been butted together resulting in creaks
. To fix this, fit a 2x2 inch wooden piece of timber at the joint where the two parts of the flooring meet and screw to the timber support.
It is easier to fix the creaks
from below the staircase but if the back of the stairs has been plastered over, you will have to work from above.