My plan is to build a chicken coop - we live in an area (neighborhood) where we can have chickens but I want to be respectful of my neighbors regarding smell. We also... See more
Let me begin on a positive note: the permits and inspections are not part of the equation here. They are not required, however we do want a nice porch and addition ad... See more
I need a retaining wall against my carport concrete slab to divert the water that washes over from the neighbor's slightly-higher lot. Some day my luck will run out a... See more
We have a slat roof with vines growing up a privacy lattice but I would like some waterproof coverage for at least a portion of the deck so I can leave furniture out ... See more
It is harder for me to get up stairs to enter my house. I have Raised Ranch and would like to limit steps to one or none; maybe two if steps are not too high.
How do I put up plastic and be able to take it down in the spring and use it again for next winter?
Wondering how large of chicken coop for a dozen chickens? How large of area to fence in around coop? And if soft pine needles are good flooring for chickens?
How do I put up something to keep leaves and debris out of my pool and still let the sun hit the pool?
Pitched metal roof...its about 7 feet at its highest point...6feet at its lowest...9 1/2 feet wide...low cost and easy to do...please
I am looking for some inspiration for this sad looking counter bar top. Inside the window is the kitchen which, unfortunately, doesn't open the right way to be a true... See more
i have a mom and 4 baby kittens coming to my feeder. i have had help neutering them so i am responsible for them. they currently visit daily not sure where they are ... See more
Seeking ideas on building feral cat shelter.
I live in very dry, arid, summertime hot community. Daytime temps can reach 105 sometimes, desert like conditions although altitude is near 5,000 feet. I lost sever... See more
I have a cyclone fence. Ordinances prohibit me from putting up another one. Would appreciate any ideas to get some privacy back in my own yard