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
I painted popcorn celling. Is there any easy way to scrappe it out?
I removed all the popcorn ceiling and used a textured roller to apply a coat of mud all over it. Unfortunately, it's very uneven. I was thinking of spraying it with... See more
the house was built in 1942 and this is next to a chimney that has shifted a bit.
Is it possible to do this and not tear up the finish on the ceiling? I believe it was called "orange peel" finish? I would like it to look like the rest of the ceilin... See more
I was screwing into a stud and I couldn't go any further because the screw stripped. I was trying hang shades. I need to get the screws out of the wall stud.
I am elderly woman & not strong enough to use a caulking gun,what else can I use?
I didn’t think bleach washing would hurt the coloring but not I have green spots where it took the mixed paint off. How can I fix this before landlord finds out!!!
I have beadboard in my mudroom that keeps on separating between panels. I will caulk it, and it will look OK for a month or so. Then it will start to crack and separ... See more
I just had someone hang drywall in my basement-couldn't afford a professional- it looks like a child did it. So I was going to try to mud and tape MYSELF. I've watche... See more
I live in a condo and can hear neighbors snoring through my bedroom wall. Any simple ideas a woman could accomplish?
When trying to remove old bathroom wallpaper for a small update, I found the wallpaper had been applied without first priming or painting the sheet rock. So, strips... See more
I just want to seperate two rooms, I don't want to block off the view altogether.
How can I fix it myself? I can't afford $10, 000 like AFS quoted to fix it . Please help! Thank you!
Any thoughts on how to protect a painted, faux white brick wall from stove and sink splashes? It covers the entire wall that both appliances are on, but I'm afraid th... See more
How can i clean the walls from smoke damage from a house fire, in order to paint and what do you suggest for a primer?
I was thinking Z-primer?
at the edge of the tile and if I push on it, it moves inward approx 1/4 inch. The drywall at the top of the tile is the original and it's fine, but the new piece that... See more
Is there anyway to identify if my walls are plaster or drywall. I have no contractor skill, simple housewife. I need the easy way.
Had a Foundation Inspection, expecting what is obvious, contractor coming in with a $3,750 contract to fix what you see in the pics! States, has to pull the old, 13 y... See more