April 19, 2018 AsktheBuilder Newsletter

I had some fun the other day. My son helped me tape a video based on a dream I had about two months ago.

Yes, I had a dream about taping a second 3-way switch video. Years ago, I taped a video showing how the wires are connected to a 3-way switch in new construction or a remodel job.

But, I get countless questions from people like you who are changing out a switch and they don’t put the wires on the right screws.

In my dream, I came up with a way to get the confusing switch wired correctly in 90 seconds or less using just three pieces of painters tape!

WIDE-EYED TIM - GUESS WHO'S BACK FROM THE STORE?

I think you’re going to like the open and the ending of this video.

It’s been a while since I’ve let my hair down doing a video. I already know I’ll never get an acting gig.

If you like the video, or hate it, be SURE to leave a comment at the bottom of the page.

CLICK HERE to watch the video.

I Need Your Help Again!

Guess what? I know this sounds crazy, but I’m going to be interviewing one of the top credit repair and mortgage attorneys in the USA.

I’ll be talking with John Heath, Directing Attorney at Lexington Law.

What’s the significance of this?

Lexington Law is the only legal-backed credit repair resource for consumers. It’s their belief that you have the right to a fair, accurate and substantiated credit report.

Credit reports affect all you and I do. If you want to buy a car, truck, get a home-equity loan, a mortgage, etc. the lender is going to request your credit report.

Your credit SCORE affects not only if you’ll get the loan, but the TERMS of the loan! You may have defects on your credit report that are not legit.

Poor credit means a higher interest rate for starters.

So, I want to ask John the BURNING QUESTIONS you have about credit, credit repair, mortgages, etc.

Here are the general areas I’ll be discussing with John.

What questions do you have about these topics?

  • your credit score affect your ability to buy, build, or remodel a home
  • odds of getting a mortgage with a low credit score
  • time frame for looking at credit before applying for a loan
  • credit repair options
  • why work with a pro company like Lexington Law?

I think this is going to be a FASCINATING interview and I’m STOKED about doing it. I’m dusting off my investigative journalist jacket to do it!

PLEASE reply to me with any and all questions about this rare interview opportunity.

With your help, we can hit it out of the park!

HEALTH ALERT – Coffee Muck and Goo

I decided to clean my daily coffee mug yesterday.

I was GROSSED OUT. I use a stainless-steel travel mug to keep my coffee piping hot as I click away at my keyboard. It’s got a leak-proof top.

I clean the top and mug each day, but as you’re about to find out, there’s all sorts of muck and goo that does NOT get cleaned!

It’s got to be a bacteria hazard!!! Look at what I discovered when I took the cap apart:

COFFEE MUCK & GOO

IMPORTANT NOTE: Keep in mind I scrub and wash the top each day. What you see are coffee sediment deposits hidden in the seals and inner parts that create the lid.

You may have a similar mug, coffee pot, fruit juicer, or ANY other thing that has small parts that are hard to clean. My Stain Solver can make it new.

CLICK HERE to see amazing before, during and after photos.

I’ve even got a short VIDEO showing how the magic Stain Solver oxygen bubbles clean on their own. You don’t have to scrub most times.

PLEASE consider forwarding this page at Stain Solver to any LOVED ONES you feel could be at risk of getting sick because of hidden deposits like you see above.

EIFS Nightmare

Do you own an EIFS home? Are you thinking of buying one?

You might want to read this revised column of mine about EIFS.

It’s got an interesting video in it. Well worth your time.

CLICK HERE to see it.

That’s enough for a Thursday.

Please help me with the Credit Repair Interview!!!

Thanks!

Tim Carter

Founder – http://www.AsktheBuilder.com

Do It Right, Not Over!

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