There is an ugly old phone jack outlet that I no longer need and it is an odd shape. There is tile all around the space but I want to plug up this space permanently. ... See more
I painted popcorn celling. Is there any easy way to scrappe it out?
I Want to hang a pair of antique windows up on my walls. BUT, I really want to be able to easily lower them ( to switch out photos? ) I am Disabled and, need ?? ____ ... See more
We fixed our skylights, but now need to get rid of stains and black mold on our popcorn ceilings. What is the easiest and cheapest way?
Best way to remove wallpaper when wall was not prepared for wallpaper ?
I need to frame an 8 ft' long non-load bearing wall in my basement. I will be using metal studs. This wall is for a tiny powder room and every inch I can save matters... See more
Just finished spraying my shower pan with Homax unfortunatly it came out rough and dull...did all the cleaning. But due to poor lighting I could not see how i was spr... See more
Most of the basement has been turned into "finished" space. We noticed one wall that has begun to get wet and mold. We have removed the 1970's wood panel and the 2 la... See more
We are having problems removing popcorn ceiling. What is the easiest way to remove it.
How do I caulk bottom basement wall to stop seeping water hve a French drain but need to caulk bottom and what product to use?
the house was built in 1942 and this is next to a chimney that has shifted a bit.
I have an old brick/mortar shed with a cement roof, built before my time, maybe 40 years ago. It was added onto, with the roof of the add-on a little below the roof o... See more
the fabric has fallen and blocking my rear view mirror. I tried doublue sided tape but it didn’t work. I’m open to suggestion.
The wallpaper in my hall is pealing and although I still like it, I guess it's time to remove it. There are many twists and turns with smaller pieces (I did this 20 y... See more
My house is single brick built ,I lose alot of heat ,walls always cold ,any ideas what I could put on them
We tried to cover it with paintable wallpaper but the seams protruded....even with double coverage of paper and paint.
I have 15+ year old raised textured wall paper that is peeling along the corners.
I took off the old cabinet handles and they left two big holes that need to be filled in. Can the new handles then be screwed into the old holes once they are filled?
In my mobile home I have a wall plug in, I realized when the manufacturer put it in they glued it in. Now there isn't any were to screw it in. So how to find.
My daughter bought a home built in 1928. Walls are plaster. The fireplace surround has clay tile cemented to plaster walls. She'd like to remove them, but realizes it... See more
I got some free Tyvek and my shed had wallpaper on the inside, but it fell down in some places, and has holes. I thought I'd cover the walls with the Tyvek and put a ... See more
It leaves the wall looking like it was plastered. You can put color in to have a colored wall..any ideas?