I have almost 1/3 of an acre backyard that I will be re-establishing soon, and one of the projects will be a 2-3 ft tall retaining wall that will be approx. 25 feet ... See more
Bathroom wall, flat painted (rental) I had a fake floral arrangement hung on wall, there was eucalyptus in the arrangement and it was supposed to be dried. I just too... See more
How do I hang wire shelves at an angle on the wall in my laundry room. This will be a 6ft shelf. Thanks
We bought a home built in the late 50s. We adore the lattice brick wall on the two sides of the house but a brick mason said they needed to come down. How can we repa... See more
We have not finished the basement but my son is down there now and we have boards and pipes showing.
Bought this house havent even moved in yet. It rained all day they converted garage door to wall with window. Put tile floor and didnt level garage floor with living ... See more
The damage was done by rain water leaking inside.
I've try contact paper but didn't stay going to paint when i get paint but want a different approach around my sink area & also my cabinets their made out of card boa... See more
I have repainted my bathroom but around my tub is sheet rock and I wanted to know an easy way to waterproof it.
How to waterproof a basement. I have cinder blocks and no matter how many times I seal them I still see mold. Yes I have a humidifier.please help
Hurricane Michael took our roof off and the insulation and ceiling had to be totally removed. The current ceiling material is not available any more. The trusses are ... See more
I am elderly woman & not strong enough to use a caulking gun,what else can I use?
1930's walls when not sure when it was put up by previous owners. Know it must be at least 20-30 years ago
The open shower is beautiful but freezing temperatures outside seem to seep into my shower. What can I do to transform my shower in winter so heat stays low.
Our home was built in the 1940's; original nard wopod floors, and I suspect original window trim as well; not sure as it has eons of paint slapped onto ti; I will s... See more
I recently purchased an older home. When I went to install my shower rod it was too short. I realized it was because of an old cupboard on the other side that was mak... See more
I was attempting to fix a floor to ceiling crack in my drywall. I taped it, and used drywall mud over it, sanded it, more mud, more sand, and then I painted it- 2 coa... See more
How can I fix it myself? I can't afford $10, 000 like AFS quoted to fix it . Please help! Thank you!
I'm either looking for a video or an accompanied by pictures how to hang bead board wallpaper. My biggest concern is working in the corners -- both inner and outer.
We've had a number of posts of the year regarding the use of epoxy or putty on exterior repairs. In our opinion, you're always best to call in a carpenter like Handy... See more