Hello all! The past two days were so hectic only because of a minor fire break out in our residence. Luckily none of us got injured. The reason for the fire was by mi... See more
My house is less than three years old. The front corner of my house is a guest bedroom and I have noticed in winter the shifting of the house has split the tape betwe... See more
In my tiny one year old house, I used beadboard for ceilings and walls. Insulation is blown in Styrofoam (I highly recommend it) it's totally ventless. My walls and c... See more
I have had the stairs completely replaced from underneath. New treads put in and ceiling re dry-walled. This was good for a few months but now the stairs creak again.... See more
it was well painted 4 years back, but now only in the lower level of my inside wall is leaving the paints from the wall. Anyone pls advise to fix those typos error
One room of house IS: Banners of burned wallpaper; charred door frames; sooted floors and windows.This needs to be a DYI [no insurance claim]. Thanks in advance, The ... See more
My bedroom wall joints to the bathroom and I can hear everyone using the toilet it’s making me sick. I already bought some sound proof sponge for the wall but it’... See more
I have two of these tiny things on my wall . They are not theremostats does anyone know why they would be there or what purpose they serve?
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
For some reason our two plaster wall are falling apart. We are raising our crandghilden and need an inexpensive way to do this. The house is 98 years old. The stud... See more
I had a kitchen fire this Saturday. I was frying some potatoes and forgot to turn off the grease. By the time I realized it the room was in pretty bad shape. My insur... See more
The drywall corner of our bathroom has the metal corner, don't know the correct wording, bending out but only about 8 in long and on one wall not both. I can't just s... See more
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!
Get wet basement and occasionally walls after several days of heavy rain
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
My gardeners hit the outside walls of my home with their mowers, etc. This results in the stucco chipping off. How can I hide this as it looks terrible? I'm thinking... See more
I have a mobile home aprox 12 yrs old. There is a useless bar between my living room and kitchen. It has no storage or no use. I want it gone!! I am afraid to tackle ... See more
I have a screen-in back porch which I love. It's pretty old and rickety, but I got a new roof and some siding on the bottom part of it. I need to keep the snow out t... See more
My neighbor recently had his roof done and the guys doing the job weren't careful and damaged my siding. I complained and asked that they replace my siding but his ex... See more
I just bought the house and the glass door in the shower is quite ugly. I have tried different cleaning products, even vinegar and bleach. The glass is tinted but fro... See more
I tore off my old mirrors and along came off some of the paint on the wall. I used drywall plaster and sanded it a bit, but my wall has a texture to it, so I'm not su... 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.
I have two children 4 and 3 years old boy and girl, I want to paint one wall blue for the boy and the another extreme side wall pink for the girl. My question is what... See more