10-20-2020I HAVE BEEN ON THIS COMPUTER FOR AWHILE NOW LOOKING FOR AN ANSWER TO WHAT KIND OF concrete sealant to use for a concrete pedestal for a garden globe. OMG I ... See more
A too powerful pressure washer was used which made the wood rough and some splintered. is it possible to sand the deck? or is there something i can paint on it to r... See more
Our front porch is tongue and groove boards. The paint is peeling up and it needs repainting any suggestions on how to solve this problem without a huge expense?
How do I strip my deck? The stain is pealing from last year??
This block has a gap to fill in. What do you recommend? The weather is getting cold now and may have to wait for spring. Could I put bagged sand in the crevice to sto... See more
We’ve these steps in our backyard. Wood started rotting. Is there a way we can save these?
I have a 20 year old redwood deck that has surface damage from termites so it looks bad but the boards are still strong. The deck is stained with Behr Deckover so th... See more
Ive bought a trailer, 87 Schultz. The roof has been kool-sealed 3 time- When it still leaks around the edges. What else can I do??
The cracks are wide (appx 1"} some are raised as well. Any advice would be most helpful
Had the builder back approx 10 ten as its leaks really badly , its so stressful what can i do to get it sorted properly ?
The spots are small, about 3 of them. The largest one size of a baseball.
i tried patching up with cement and grout. It doesn’t hold water and surface cracks up and let’s water seep.
Some replastering has been done but small areas of staining still show
My paver walkway is sinking and do I have to take it all up to redo it?
What's the best way of locating the source of a small leak in the ceiling of an interior wall. There is a floor above that has a radiator but there doesn't seem to b... See more
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
Removed an old hose reel from concrete anchors, as it leaked badly and I was replacing it with a new one-same manufacturer--they reduced the anchor bolt locations by ... See more
Hey there,I have a hole in the ground and want to repair it. I am not sure how to start. The evacuation tube should stay removable after I filled the hole. You have ... See more
I have painted the bathroom ceiling a number of times. After a few months it starts cracking and peeling. I am wondering if I should just take the ceiling down and us... See more
We have a 100 yr old home with a brick foundation. The mortar is receding and we have a few areas with cracks. What is the best way to preserve the foundation so it... See more
I have a patio below a wood deck. When it rains it drips thru the deck onto patio.Ideas to keep patio dry inexpensively?
Patio is concrete and would like to enjoy it without soaking furniture and all below