I live in a 92 yr old house and need 2 bedroom windows, is the task too unrealistic to install myself?
We just purchased this home and need help with the ugly front door. We are saving up for a new one, but for the time being, can anything be done with the UGLY amber g... See more
What are some ways to inexpensively keep cold draft from coming in under doorways.
I am concerned about how this wood in my bay window is looking due to getting wet from watered plants over the years. Would treating the wood address the problem and ... See more
A bathroom was added decades after the house was built (104 years ago) and there is a full size window in what is now the shower. The moulding is thick and beautiful... See more
The wood is not soft. The previous owners just painted layer after layer. Thanks
Our 14 year old cord controlled blinds are all giving us trouble with raising and lowering and tilting. Many of the top mechanisms are coming unglued from the top. I ... See more
Does anyone know how to remove sticky residue left over from window tinting film that got left on my car windows after the film was peeled off? it is so thick it blur... See more
My grand kids put a sticker on my french door window? What is the best way to remove it? Alcohol barely budged it and neither did nail polish remover.
We live on 13 acres of beautiful Pennsylvania forest. Our 20 year old wood Andersen windows are showing mildew along the edges of the glass. What’s the best way to ... See more
I would like to remove my shower doors and sliders and place a shower curtain instead.
I live in a Basement Apartment, which shares an entrance with the Street Level home. Stairs to the Basement are also shared with another Bedroom, of the Street Level... See more
Three 6 ft. windows. Repair or replace? How much?
Rain damage from not having gutters; also no roof over back porch. Would concrete or flat rock work?
Too pane compared to bottom
My west facing windows are tall but the existing screen only covers the bottom third where it opens. I'm looking into installing some solar screens (hopefully DIY) to... See more
Threshold boarders the living room wood floor (keeps popping up) one one side and the tiled kitchen floor on the other.
The edges of all the doors are sheering at the edges. yes they are old, but the cabinets are still strong and not effected by this problem.
Hi Friends! Any help with this is appreciated...In the spring I will be replacing a patio door (partly seen here) with a new, better insulated one...but for now I ne... See more
I have melamine cupboard doors that I have used strips of mdf to give them a shaker look. These strips are glued and nailed and I need to replace them. How do I remov... See more
The doors have been painted and are beautiful, BUT one side refuses to stay on track and is always falling over. What should be done? The handymen can't repair t... See more