We had our whole roof replaced with IKO Architectural shingles last week because of larger than golf ball size hail in early June. We used a highly rated contractor t... See more
10-20-2020I HAVE BEEN ON THIS COMPUTER FOR AWHILE NOW LOOKING FOR AN ANSWER TO WHAT KIND OF concrete sealant to use for a concrete pedestal for a garden globe. OMG I ... See more
I have two, probably related, issues going on. First there is a large gap between driveway and garage slab with some washout underneath. Second there is some concrete... See more
We have a very long asphault driveway. It was in rough shape when we bought our home. There are cracks and some potholes. Asphault patch is pretty expensive and havin... See more
We have lots of huge maple and ash trees around our house, which translates to lots of seed shedding in the spring, and leaves in the fall. Our gutters are constantl... See more
I just got a used pickup truck. I was wondering how to restore the headlights and tail lights. It's an older model. Thanks in advance.
Over the years, my boys have painted rocks for Mother's Day, Father's Day, etc. They are super cute and scattered around my house. I'd love to seal they so I could ... See more
I have had 2 large Gabions fall over onto the beach last fall. I am looking for a solution to keep the materials from eroding/falling. My waterfront bluff is only 15 ... See more
I live in a modular home in the panhandle of FL and was only about 11 miles away when Hurricane Michael decided to show his ugly face. I live alone and have a lot of ... See more
My house is 1970s built wood, a little over 750 sq feet. Supports look like telephone poles or pilings. Any less expensive solutions?
A contractor put in new windows. He spewed metal grindings all over a corrugated aluminum roof and these filings rusted. Will this affect my aluminum roof if I do not... See more
I had a giant elephant ear that I made a concrete form. I used quike crete concrete. I left it cure for 2 days outside and the temperature were in the 90's. I didn't ... See more
Howdy y’all,2 things here in Texas that we are having issues with. First, how can I level this type of mailbox?Second, how can I remove the rusted mailbox and repla... See more
I have a koi pond in my backyard. The pond is pretty large (20 fish). I also have lots of trees. How can I keep the newly fallen leaves out of it this fall? I'd ... See more
My husband filled the cracks with something and now it looks worse.
We are in Fort Worth and the dry and hot temperatures are causing my home to shift. Any ideas how to add humidity to the foundation -drip maybe?
The brick wall is on east side of house, overhang above.. it is the brick along the bottom next to the dirt of our 1970's home.. It leaves a fine brick dust on the di... See more
Broken tile on patio, there is sand under the tile. Area is roughly 10 feet by 10 feet.
I need to replace boards in my deck. I will be using treated lumber. My question; after purchasing the boards, how long should I let them sit before using them? Shoul... See more
Hello! Any ideas on how I can easily remove this chipping paint above my bathtub/shower and permanently prevent it from happening again? (Mold and mildew on the wall... See more
I have a long, curved cement walkway from my driveway to my front door that is developing large cracks. How should I handle/ camouflage these cracks without having t... See more