The question I've already asked was good,but I don't think I asked it right...How do I fill in big holes in old paneling.Tks Regi
Hello all! The past two days were so hectic only because of a minor fire break out in our residence. Luckily none of us got injured. The reason for the fire was by mi... See more
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
How can I effectively, safely, at a low cost, sound proof a room? The Size of the room is 12 ft x 10 ft.
Drywall anchors for a shelving unit came loose-is it possible to patch up the original holes for reuse with anchors? I have considered moving the bracket; but it does... See more
10-20-2020 During Hurricane Sally the wind got under the vinyl in my carport (8 pieces) and both corners of my house (6 pieces) and blew them everywhere, I got them b... See more
The previous owners of my 35 year old house painted over wallpaper. I can see a few seams and there are a couple of obvious corners where the wallpaper wasn't even pu... See more
2 rooms were built onto the back of our mobilhome they are made out of cinder blocks we keep getting mold in the winter months really need some help on what to do to ... See more
I have an indoor wall in my kitchen that is showing damp. how can I deal with it.
I have cold air that comes in from behind kitchen sink an counter. There is a gap between counter an the wall.
I want to use faux red brick wallboard on my backsplash. Can it be waterproofed ?
The new rods twist and lock in place, but even though I get it on tight, it occasionally just crashes down. Has anyone found a way to make it stay in place?
I was thinking wood plank, shiplap, vinyl flooring, wallpaper, or something with texture to hide my ugly wall. Cheap easy suggestions?
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
I am curious as how to restore these walls this is a room that was remodeled and I tore it apart seeing the beautiful wood behind them what should I do to restore the... See more
While removing some UGLY wallpaper in my bathroom, and getting rather excited about the process, I inadvertently tore some sections of the sheetrock, causing even UGL... See more
I would like to hang a grate on the wall to hang baskets & cooking utensils from. The only grates I'm finding are for industrial use, very expensive and too large.
Help! My apartment is on the top floor in a building which is made of concrete. This means that in wintertime we get very cold. Our neighbors spent a lot of money and... See more