I have a concrete/cement driveway that's cracking away from where it meets the sidewalk. Can this be repaired without using a professional?
My shed has T11 on it and a few boards are getting spongy, is a wood trim a possibility for fixing it?
Hello, Cindy here again. Our back patio surrounds the pool, which has several expanders needing replacement. Currently, the slats are wood, but after many years, ha... See more
4-" thick so they weigh a lot. They are sitting on a sidewalk but can be raised a few inches. I need to move them down the sidewalk to the end of the driveway 50' awa... See more
Three of the grates covering openings (for ventilation) in my foundation are missing. (My house is almost 100 years old). One of my dogs likes to crawl through them... See more
Any ideas on what I can do, (if anything), to restore (and possibly strengthen the material), a faded, fairly large, patio umbrella? It appears to be made of Poplin, ... See more
Is there an epoxy or some kind of strong concrete?
I purchased a home two months ago and the (small)front porch steps have settled/sunken to the left as I look at them. Possibly an inch, which is a lot on steps. Will... See more
I have a roof that is falling in in two separate areas. I can't afford the cost of a new roof at this time. What can/should I do to keep it from caving in over the wi... See more
I have a water bowl made from concrete thats at least 50 years old. A couple years ago, the water froze inside bowl and now it will not hold water. What do you sugges... See more
A friend built me a metal ramp for my front door; and when it rains and/or gets cold, I have an ice ramp to slide or fall down. I have thought about a rubber coating ... See more
I’m a widow living in a mobile home. I have wood landscape timbers under the skirting now, but my yard is unusuallily wet and the ground has moved. Now my skirting ... See more
I AM A FEMALE WITH LIMITED MOVEMENT AND LIMITED FUNDS.
What can I do?
I have chip and the edge is broken. Is there a way to fix the sidewalk without taking it all out and pouring new cement.
We are getting our roof redone and the roofer wants to cover over one of the old skylights that leaks. I'm worried about how it will look inside to have one dark fra... See more
I have a patio below a wood deck. When it rains it drips thru the deck onto patio.Ideas to keep patio dry inexpensively?
Patio is concrete and would like to enjoy it without soaking furniture and all below
Have an aluminum awning and need to find something to block sun on one side. Any ideas on how to attach something that won't blow away?