I have ceramic tile on the walls in my bathroom. The former owners went overboard with the cheap adhesive backed hooks on the walls. Of course they’re in noticeab... See more
I painted popcorn celling. Is there any easy way to scrappe it out?
TILES LOOK DIRTY AND MOULDY ANY EASY TIPS TO REGROUT BY MYSELF
The city street is caving in causing my retainer wall to come down. They put a 2x4 on my property to protect there side walk and there side wall is lifting. I was tol... See more
We bought an older home that has no texture on the walls. They are a smooth finish and paint has a hard time sticking to them. I know I'm going to use a paint in eggs... See more
I am redoing the basement in my house, and upon removing wallpaper from previous owner I discovered they applied the wall paper directly to the drywall with no paint.... See more
HOW DO YOU INSULATE YOUR WALLS AT A REASON PRICE. WE PURCHASED THIS HOME A COUPLE OF YEARS AGO AND IN THE WINTER THE HOUSE IS SO COLD AND IN THE SUMMER IT IS VERY HOT... See more
My fireplace damper needs lubrication. Obviously WD40 will burn up and cause a fire in the chimney. What about graphite?
what is the most cost effective way to add insulation to finished walls without deconstructing them, the rooms on the outer portion of the house radiate heat in the ... See more
I am remodeling this room. So I am closing off this window. I want it to be a full wall. What’s the best way to close in window? Also what can I do with the brown p... See more
How do you suggest that I scrape all of the old paint off in order to put on a new coat of paint to cover up those water spots mind you my house is 100 years old
I was installing a wire for my computer to go from the first to the second floor and did not realize that I put a large hole in my ceiling. I can not just spackle it ... See more
I need expert advice on how to dehimidify and prevent further water damage. It’s freezing cold down in the basement apartment. Smells like mildew. I’m going to mo... See more
I bought a home that was built in 1962 and am in the process of updating it. I have some bad patchwork which was done on the kitchen ceiling. Does anyone have any s... See more
When trying to remove old bathroom wallpaper for a small update, I found the wallpaper had been applied without first priming or painting the sheet rock. So, strips... See more
Have moved into our "forever" home and want everything to be just right. After some extreme water damage everything was painted white with a flat, chalky paint. Eve... See more
I AM MOVING OUT OF MY APARTMENT SOON.I NEED TO FIX THE HOLES IN THE WALLS,EVERYTHING I TRIED WORKED WELL UNTIL IT DRIED,THEN THEY REALLY LOOKED BAD.I NEED A MORE PR... See more
I have a huge bathroom mirror where the backing is getting messed up! Is there a place to take it to cut it down, and is there some way to stop it from continuing to... See more
I just want to seperate two rooms, I don't want to block off the view altogether.
How exactly do you knock it down?Thanks!!
The paint on the wall on the opposite side of my bathroom started to peel, so I figured there was a water leak somewhere in the shower. I couldn't pinpoint the leak,... See more
I have a question about drywall repair. The ceramic tile, that I removed, was glued directly onto the drywall. During the process of removing, the drywall was damaged... See more
This 1938 old gal is showing quite a lot of wear. The walls & ceiling in the kitchen are bubbling & peeling. Likely there is lead paint. Hub said no water damage but... See more