Hi, I'm working on replacing a bad bathtub caulk job. Problem I have run into is that there is a pretty significant gap from the tile to the bathtub. Are there any be... See more
We got some dampness in our walls and were wondering if it is more cost effective to try and DIY it or to just hire a professional to replace the impacted area of dry... See more
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
I would like to remove these spindles but am unsure if they are load bearing or if removing would cause any issues.
due to extensive house rewiring, the ceiling in my basement studio is gone. all that remains is lots of strapping. i would like to do it myself but could not handle d... See more
My sister lived in the apartment before me and wanted the southern Floridian look of textured walls. I HATE them but do not know how to get them smooth again? HELP!
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
I have tile around my kitchen sink and water splashes from faucet/sprayer and it gets yucky with mold and slime. I re-grouted the tile but the same problem exists wit... See more
Can I fix a small hole in the wall using homemade plaster with flour?
I had vinyl bead board ceiling installed in lanai. He left staggered seams showing. Caulking didn’t help. PLEASE HELP. So upset.
Bottom support is still stuck to the board but it got crack while shipping? What can be simplest fix?UPDATE: Table description says MDF/Rubberwood. This part should b... See more
Want the best way to remove outdated backsplash that was glued on, any ideas? Thanks in advance.
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
I've tried most conventional concrete adhesives. If there's a "best" among them, please advise.
My house is 116 yrs old and settling has caused bump in bathroom wall. I’m not sure how I can safely smooth it out being there’s lathe board behind it. Can I sand... See more
I want to remove the old dryer vent attachments, problem is that interior wall is drywall and exterior wall is concrete blocks and dept between 2 walls is approx6 inc... See more
We have, we think anyway, tried everything to remove wallpaper that has been on the walls for over 25 years! Nothing works so far. And it has to come down, soon rathe... See more
It took them 6 months to replace sheet rock. Then I was gone when they did plaster party with a credit card? That's what it looks like!