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
Trying to remove old glue before changing to paint on bathroom wall.
In our 1920's era house, there is a picture moulding along the joining of the wall and ceiling. The ceiling is not very straight, so the moulding is lower than tight ... See more
I am trying to add a thru-wall fan in my 1st floor bathroom. The bathroom is 59 inches wall to wall. There is a window of 41 inches. I want to add the fan above the w... See more
It’s a decorative mantel and is hollow behind the cherubs.
I am tapping my drywall, but on one section I over sanded it, and now the tape is showing, what should I do, just mud back over it?
a while back there was something about waterproofing a outside wall but i cant find this information can some one help with this
The paper peels off the sheetrock. Anything I can do short of replacing the sheetrock?
The guy originally overlapped the seams cause he said it would shrink. Didn’t do that and I have just tried to ignore it but in the last year it is sort of curling... See more
Water damage is involved from previous owner.
Whoever adhered the wallpaper in our bathroom did a GREAT job-stuck on like it is the wall! What is the easiest and best way to remove?
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
After removing 3 layers (!) of wallpaper, the sheet rock is badly damaged. I want to PAINT the room and have a smooth finish. Do I seal the wall with KILZ and THEN s... See more
We have vinyl siding, and this summer I put up window boxes. I used "L" shaped brackets. Whenever there was rain, and it soaked the planter boxes, the weight would pu... See more
Have wallpaper struck on Sheetrock. Tried everything to remove. Any idea?
While kilzing the walls in the house, I've noticed bulges in a straight line that would match that of the studs. Apparently, the Drywall was nailed into the studs ins... See more
The previous tenants told us that a radiator used to go there. I don't have a use for this connection so I want to cover it. How do I do it? It's about 4 inches wide ... See more
I bought a house and just noticed that someone had painted over the wallpaper. What can I do to get the wallpaper down?