The sun has deteriorated the wallpaper in my old mobile home windows. The glass does not come off to clean or to peel off the wallpaper to make a smooth surface to co... See more
To deter mildew.
We removed walls to create an open concept kitchen- livingroom which left a mess in the ceiling. We still need to do lots of crackfilling but I am looking for an idea... See more
This is the only heat in my home and it does great. I would like something on the wall behind it that is safe and not too dark so the stove will stand out. I'm one of... See more
My husband used old tape and mud to fix a sheetrock replacement. It looks really bad! Is there a way to fix this without having to start completely over?
Can anyone tell me if they think mounting a TV over our wood stove would be safe? I was thinking about installing a mantle to help protect the TV from heat and channe... See more
I removed all the popcorn ceiling and used a textured roller to apply a coat of mud all over it. Unfortunately, it's very uneven. I was thinking of spraying it with... See more
This is my basement one corner. I don’t know where the moisture come from but the carpet was kind damp and stained.when we open the wall,remove the insulation we ca... 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
The drywall in my bathroom has small imperfections. Could I use textured wallpaper to cover them? Or does anyone have suggestions on what to do.
I bought backsplash peel and stick for my kitchen , took a break and continued the next morning when I saw that the edges were coming up. Oh no! this can't be happen... See more
It's starting to come off a little bit & my great grandson has written on part of it. I rent a pre-fab home & it probably came installed originally. It's in the Dinin... See more
What is an easy way to remove wallpaper from drywall that was not primed?
My bathtub wall tile is so dull, i've tried every cleaning agent known to man. How do I get the shine back again? Some kind of clear coat? Would appreciate any sug... See more
I live in a townhouse built in the early 2000’s, and the builder did a terrible job of ....well, everything. I am hoping that I can blow insulation in the walls to... See more
Our home was built in the 1940's; original nard wopod floors, and I suspect original window trim as well; not sure as it has eons of paint slapped onto ti; I will s... See more
After decorating our hall with Wallpaper that took 2 months to purchase.. Another 2 full weekends to hang. Our darling puppy decided he did not like it! We can not pu... See more
The area above my fireplace is wood molding and I'm not sure if a tv bracket would be able to go into the material enough to secure it. I don't have any ides what is... See more
I moved in to my aunt's house and the upstairs is almost like an apartment. I've noticed cracks by the windows and doors and now they are all along the seams too. It'... See more
I have plywood walls in my 1942 home and I was wondering how to redo them without replacing them with drywall, etc. Any ideas?
Hi All ! I have this ugly railroad tie retaining walls which are old and falling down. I need ideas how to fix it or replace it cheaply because I want to have a deck ... See more
Hi, I have just had this extension done and we have had spot lights put in and now all I can notice is the uneven brickwork!!! Your thoughts please, am I being fussy?... See more
I removed wallpaper in a bathroom and have tried to patch and smooth out the drywall but is it so bad I haven't had much luck. Is there a product that could be rolle... See more