My cat has torn a big hole in the fiberglass screen. :(
Hubby has an electric WC with an added locking mechanism that allows the chair to lock in the car without straps. Because of that, we have ruined the front threshold... See more
Every time it gets really cold or the wind blows hard outside, we get drafts from under the trim pieces of the windows. How can we stop the drafts without replacing ... See more
I have a prehung steel entry door with a slight gap in the bottom right corner that allows air to enter, what is the best method for insulating to prevent cold/warm a... See more
Our pantry door has been broken off the tracks for 3 plus years. I cannot seem to get it to stay on the tracks no matter what. I hate the look of it anyway. Would lov... See more
I am working on a bathroom project. There is a window in the tub shower area that was formerly covered up with just a plastic shower wall/enclosure.I want to replace ... See more
I really do not want to have to cover it in plastic, we do use the door once in a while. I just want something that looks nice.....help! thanks
What the best/ easiest/ CHEAPEST way to redo a bay window? The one that came with our house was rotting through, and they painted over it so I'm not even sure how bad... See more
I live in the cold Midwest in a newer home; how do I keep the inside of my windows frost free.
Is plastic the best way to prevent drafty windows & doors?
Because my wife is battling a little with dexterity, I was wondering about an electronic front door lock. Perhaps one that can be operated remotely with an app.
Our front door is currently solid wood and I would like to replace it with a fiberglass door with decorative glass. I have found a door that is just the slab and not... See more
I have a tiny front stoop on a small ranch. the front door leads right into the living room - and the northwest winds come right in with guests. What can I add as a w... See more
I moved into a rental and this is what I have for closets. No doors. No trim. A previous renter used shower rods and hung curtains. I can't stand them. It never looks... See more
Between the glass and the frame is the caulking ( or whatever it is called). Ours has disintegrated because of the sun and the heat in Texas. Does anyone have any i... See more
This happens to me once in a while - what are your best methods for removing a key from a lock? Thanks, Hometalkers!