I was looking to find a spot to vent a bathroom fan as the hose was placed in the gable by the previous owner. I was thinking of going through the soffit as I don't w... See more
garage floods due to low floor
4-" thick so they weigh a lot. They are sitting on a sidewalk but can be raised a few inches. I need to move them down the sidewalk to the end of the driveway 50' awa... See more
Three of the grates covering openings (for ventilation) in my foundation are missing. (My house is almost 100 years old). One of my dogs likes to crawl through them... See more
The people who built this house LOVED CONCRETE. As in seriously loved concrete. He even built his own super sized septic tank out of the stuff. The place is a fortres... See more
Any ideas on what I can do, (if anything), to restore (and possibly strengthen the material), a faded, fairly large, patio umbrella? It appears to be made of Poplin, ... See more
I live in a older home that has a mail drop built into the wall next to the front door. How could I weather proof/insulate this in an attractive way inside the house?
Looking for solutions to repair small and medium cracks in an asphalt driveway. I think filling each crack would be very time consuming and not a great overall appe... See more
Hello fello DIYers, I have a wood porch railing across the front and side of the house. Unfortunately with all the rain the gutters got clogged and overflowed onto th... See more
Had a new driveway put in in 2009 and now over the past few years it is cracking.I don't think he angled it off enough and that is why its cracking. Reasonable way to... See more
i tried patching up with cement and grout. It doesn’t hold water and surface cracks up and let’s water seep.
Trying to update house built in 1985 and starting with the popcorn ceiling. Husband is reluctant to change.
After many years, it has two hairline cracks from back to front. Also, around the faucet area, it is deteriorating. Thank you for any suggestions. Oh, if we try ... See more
It is hanging like a big big big pillow. I also have rats under the house so I am a little afraid of trapping them if I tack up the blousing plastic.
Hey there,I have a hole in the ground and want to repair it. I am not sure how to start. The evacuation tube should stay removable after I filled the hole. You have ... See more
We have a 100 yr old home with a brick foundation. The mortar is receding and we have a few areas with cracks. What is the best way to preserve the foundation so it... See more
I need help with ideas on how to remove thin set from my concrete balcony? I want to avoid if possible renting a sander. If I paint over it will I still be able to se... See more
How to capture the water & move it away from the house? Water shoots ~18" away from the corner & over the gutter
Issue is the roof is a Hip Roof (with about 7 peaks), water from one corner gushes and looks like a firehose is shooting it down. Water at base of house gathers to a... See more