The builder of my home put our bathroom cabinet and countertop flush with the wall. He caulked the crack between the wall and the vanity. The problem is that the caul... See more
i want to paint over my walls but i have some spots where the paint peeled off. i'm worried it's going to hurt the quality of the new paint. how do i seal them?
I bought a new townhouse 3 months ago everything was fine until I started to find some holes appearing in the ceiling. So what is happening is initially 2 holes came ... See more
I know, measure twice, drill once, and I did that. I could have sworn everything was perfect but I still managed to make a mistake.I need to drill a second hole which... See more
we don’t use our fireplace and we need to cover it for child safety purposes ( daughter is crawling around to it etc) so... what can I do that’s an easy DIY, inex... See more
I have some paint peeling in my kitchen can i stop it from peeling as i cant afford to paint
Looking for suggestions on repairing this brick and then after that .... Paint? Stain? So many ugly flaws and no clue what to do. Masonry is deffo not my forte but th... See more
We moved to a new condo about 6 months ago and I was told that the water here is very hard. I am noticing that I can't seem to get the water marks off of the shower w... See more
I am elderly woman & not strong enough to use a caulking gun,what else can I use?
My house is 116 yrs old and settling has caused bump in bathroom wall. I’m not sure how I can safely smooth it out being there’s lathe board behind it. Can I sand... See more
I need to finish one wall in my basement and want to know what is the average price of sheet-rock, and whether it will be difficult to do it myself. the wall to be c... See more
The post are rotting at the bottom from the rain. The center is cinder blocks and they are cover by 1 x 8 boards. I need a very inexpensive fix.
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
I have a mirror that former owners put baseboard glued to outer parts, making it impossible to open the corner cabinets. Any ideas on prying this off? Will add pictu... See more
How to repair drywall ceiling without replacing the drywall
I have plywood walls in my 1942 home and I was wondering how to redo them without replacing them with drywall, etc. Any ideas?
What can I do with very little money to make them look warmer?
We have a contemporary styled home with redwood trim. We have noted that newer homes have painted trim. The redwood is soft so there are knicks and scratches that n... See more
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