I'm looking to fill the cracks in my concrete basement floor and then seal it. What is the best way to go about it? Also, previous owners have tried painting it and... See more
We had a new 3500 sq foot concrete driveway poured starting 10 days ago. The first section poured has dark black spots that look like oil stains. Looks horrible, esp... See more
Our front porch is tongue and groove boards. The paint is peeling up and it needs repainting any suggestions on how to solve this problem without a huge expense?
What appears to be a rubbery substance around the home where ever it meets concrete is separating. Does anyone know what this stuff is and best way to fix the big gap... See more
I have a large concrete area that I was thinking could be broken up and used for a patio instead of using flagstone. Has anyone seen this done? Would like any info on... See more
my flat roof is leaking and I need to replace the shingles that were previously installed. I was told that I should replace the shingles with the rolled roofing mater... 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?
We would like to find a way to repair the sides of the steps leading to the front entrance. The footpath area seems sturdy, but the rocks they used as filler many ye... See more
Cut down the tops of the septic risers?When we upgraded the septic 18 years ago husband and helpers said they would "fix them later". We apparently haven't reached l... 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
Any suggestions for filling in wide spaces in between concrete in back years?
Wet now so not as bad as when dry. no money. st active but 75yo
We are building a form to do cosmetic repair work to our foundation. Any tips as to what to use for a release agent on form to remove it once mortar has dried?
These cracks happened gradually over time. I would Like to repair them even if it’s just temporary or for a short duration. Welcoming any suggestion and step by ... See more
The ceiling of the affected area is bowed and also has popcorn finish that needs to be removed. Is it possible to place new drywall over the entire existing ceiling ... See more
moved into home a year ago and now we have a leak in a room (which is near the chimney line). Our builder's defense was that there's "internal flashing". But from wh... See more
Also the steps have separated from the driveway.
I'm stuck- don't know how to prep for tile in this unique situation. I have a gap in my slab (original slab with a newer slab from an addition butting up to it). I do... See more
I have popcorn ceilings in my most of my rooms, except the kitchen, den and utility room. My living room ceiling has a crack where the tape covering the seam, and on... 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
I have a slab of concrete that I would like to break up and use as flagstone for another patio. Has anyone ever seen this done and what would be the process? Pics?