Vinyl siding pieces look to have been chewed through by an animal. I have extra siding pieces left behind by the previous owner. Can I replace just the damaged pieces... See more
The woven plastic cane on my outdoor furniture is broken and rotten. The frame is very sturdy steel. What can I use to replace the plastic cane?
We have lots of huge maple and ash trees around our house, which translates to lots of seed shedding in the spring, and leaves in the fall. Our gutters are constantl... See more
I can't find the leaks
I have a gazebo that I love but have to replace the cover every 2-3 years. Any suggestions for replacing or fixing old one?
I just got a used pickup truck. I was wondering how to restore the headlights and tail lights. It's an older model. Thanks in advance.
We have a Chicago Brick Driveway. I say it looks like it is falling apart my hubby says that is the way it is supposed to look. What can I do about it?
I have a water bowl made from concrete thats at least 50 years old. A couple years ago, the water froze inside bowl and now it will not hold water. What do you sugges... See more
Our house was sided 24 years ago. There are spots that have broken or cracked. Is there a way to repair instead of replace?
I am A senior and not very strong. Most of the posts are intact one of the top rails is not.
It is also uneven with the rest of the sidewalk.
Any advice (products/process/etc) on patching/repairing this broken concrete patch on our driveway? Thank you!
Room. It has been repaired but it removed some of the "popcorn" . Do you know how to repair that?
Is there a quick budget fix?
I have a long, curved cement walkway from my driveway to my front door that is developing large cracks. How should I handle/ camouflage these cracks without having t... See more
Bought the house in 2006 & had piers installed. Noticed the house kept "raising" & had structural engineers say all was fine. I started digging last year & found this... See more
I would like to give my new roof sheets - an old rusty look. What quick way is there of doing this. I'm sure on Hometalk, I saw that I could use Hydrogen Peroxide... See more
While water sealing the brick, my husband noticed a small crack where the brick meets the basement foundation. He dug it up and found that the crack goes all the way ... See more
I thought I'd try something different in my vacation rental property. I have so much natural stone and wood in & around this house. I am on a tight budget, that need... See more
I am interested in purchasing this home. The inspector noted a cracked rafter in the attic. It looks to be about 6-8" long. The seller is not willing to fix anything.... See more
Any inexpensive ideas to redo this hateful pool deck without breaking it up and disposing of it, but minimizing cost.
I have a leak in the roof at a side seam and nothing is working. The first rain and it spits from the rubber surface and in comes the rain!! UGH. Will appreciate answ... See more