Need 77” - 78” replacement bifold door. Only doors available are about 80” and are too long and will not work. How can you shorten them. Don’t know if... See more
I scrubbed too hard trying to clean off some very sticky substance. Now I can't see clearly through it.
I need to remove Minwax Helmswood indoor/outdoor spar urethane (satin) from a 200 year old unfinished butternut door which a friend finished in error a couple of days... See more
My front entry door was installed in 1978 and it is made of wood. I recently removed the unsightly ineffective ‘doorbell’ that had been on it, only to find ther... See more
I've always been my opinion that you can see a ripple in the seal on triple windows where the needle to install the argon gas. Does it mean the glass company ripped m... See more
What would cause paint to peel in a skylight window “ well”? Can’t see signs of water leaks on the wall. It’s just the side walls.
How do I fix this gap between the tile and door? This is the inside of the house.
They are older wood windows, but good ones. There is a metal “spiral “ looking thing in there the best i can tell. We got an estimate for new ones and was blow... See more
I have awful mirrored sliding closet doors .... I'd like to ch them to doors that open French style from the middle out!!!! Any suggestions that are not extremely cos... See more
I saw a post for this but it could be on any one of my 100's of Hometalk pages. Does anyone have a 'recipe' for homemade de-icer for car, doors, locks, etc.?
We purchased this home a couple of months ago. We basically bought it for the land and the "guts" of it. It needs A LOT of updating. One of the main things that bothe... See more
Just moved into a condo and the putty on my outside windows is totally dried out and the panes are barely holding on. How can I replace this putty
Hi all, I made a small wooden latch for a small shed door unfortunately I had no teak oil so I used clean engine oil in a possibly mad moment, will this protect the w... See more
They have small windows at the top and just the one layer of wood around them and the bottom half.
HOW CAN I SECURE MY SLIDING DOORS