We recently bought a home and the basement walls look like they were done with railroad ties (see picture for reference) I would really like to update the room but d... See more
Does anyone know if this product can be used on grouted pebble tile?
I threw the laptop and it made this damage to the wall. I need to fix it before moving out of apartment. If we need to buy any raw material for this, then cheaper and... See more
I know, measure twice, drill once, and I did that. I could have sworn everything was perfect but I still managed to make a mistake.I need to drill a second hole which... See more
Looking to cover it with wood or something so we don’t have to remove the wallpaper.
Should you insulate your basement ceiling or does that cause a vapor barrier. ? Thanks
The "retirement home" we just purchased was built in 1901 and had additions added in 1950. The lath and plaster walls need repair - is there a better way than tearin... See more
I was thinking of doing a board and batten type covering but wanted to know what others have done.
My husband and I just installed new sliding shower doors in the master bathroom but would like to know the best way to caulk the metal to prevent water from seeping t... See more
Hi,heavy rains have flooded back yard. Water has seeped into bedroom causing a mess. Please help. Do I focus on yard or base of house? House built on cement slab.
These are not Command strips, but similar. Two are on a wall & one is on a maple door. How can I remove them without tearing up the wall/door? Thanks!
We used insulation and put up board over it on his man room . This is too expensive to do in rest of metal building. It is 40x24 and the last 15 ft is closed in as th... See more
We have a sixteen linear foot wall and are wanting to put an opening about 7" wide .
My husband is disabled, so that leaves me to hold down home @ yard so is there any possible way to reach tall stuff without using a ladder? Please not to heavy either... See more
The cracks in the horsehair plaster, with only lathes behind the plaster and no studs, are getting more defined. Crack down the middle of the ceiling in living room ... See more
Small (750 sq ft,) house built in the 60's, with peeling of several coats of paint.
Hi everybody. I finally got carpet put in the absent. The carpet looks great, but now it is apparent that my contractor put the baseboards at different heights around... See more
Anyone know a really economical way to fix a wall that is old, bumpy and uneven. Someone tried to fix,but the sheetrock filler wasn't sanded smooth.
The brick wall on the east side of my house is pulling away from the structure of the house and there is a problem with
pier and beam foundation that has caused settling on that end of the house, too. Other than repairing the foundation, do you ahve any suggestions for the brick wall ... See more