the Paint in my plaster walls cracked and flaked off in a couple of spots. I scraped it off but now have uneven spots. Can I just put regular spackle over it and sand... See more
We removed walls to create an open concept kitchen- livingroom which left a mess in the ceiling. We still need to do lots of crackfilling but I am looking for an idea... See more
My cabinets have an accent strip made of formica I believe, running vertically in a 2 in. strip. I wish to paint this a different color. What do I use to fill in this... See more
I would like to install 2-3 floating shelves in front of this tile backsplash, but I really don't want to drill into the tile. I thought perhaps I could side mount th... See more
I have this wood strip paneling in an entrance. There are some gaps in between that I would like to fill and then paint. Not in the budget to remove and/or replace ju... See more
I discovered some grout cracks in between my tiles in the bathroom. It's next to the bathtub. I don't want to take all the grout out and redo it, so I was wondering i... See more
Looking for suggestions on repairing this brick and then after that .... Paint? Stain? So many ugly flaws and no clue what to do. Masonry is deffo not my forte but th... See more
My bedroom wall joints to the bathroom and I can hear everyone using the toilet it’s making me sick. I already bought some sound proof sponge for the wall but it’... See more
he promised he could put up the paneling and I am left with this. Any suggestions how to fill it and match it up better? This is near the ceiling, which will be paint... See more
I have a 1955 year old row home two-story 2 bed 1 bath cement basement. The back wall is bowing and protruding away from the house the windows are shifted back bedroo... See more
The wall paper was applied directly to raw sheetrock and doesn't want to come off with a steamer. I'm afraid that scraping and digging will harm the sheetrock.
I live near an entertainment district and the noise (music) keeps me awake on the weekends. The outside wall is all glass and I need to put something up to block the ... See more
Want to add shelves on a wall but don’t want to make unnecessary holes for brackets. From past experience with this old house I know that the studs are not consiste... See more
I have a wall where there is paneling that has bowed out in places. Is there any way to smooth it out without replacing the paneling?
It’s been 4 mos, I’m getting the dry wall repaired throughout the house. How do I tackle the paint job? Should the ceiling be pained the same as the walls and s... See more
Have several dated wall paper borders that need to be removed..also can you wall paper over other wall paper? and prep work?
I was attempting to fix a floor to ceiling crack in my drywall. I taped it, and used drywall mud over it, sanded it, more mud, more sand, and then I painted it- 2 coa... See more
How exactly do you knock it down?Thanks!!
I had a plumping issue and so I have a hole in the wall in my hall way. I would like it fixed but want to be able to get in there if I had another problem.
I'm replacing wall studs in a sunroom that has termite and water damage. Can I use something besides wood studs? The termite company wouldn't cover the damage bc the ... See more