We were gone for a couple of months this winter we had laid new cement before leaving the least piled up on it and with the moisture from the snow they left this stai... See more
Splashing water can be annoying for some people, I have tried inclined planes and mushroom shaped heads without success.
We replaced a large wood deck made with pressure treated lumber several years ago. When it was ready we stained it with quality stain. Unfortunately, over the years i... See more
I can't seem to find where it is coming in from?? And it only leaks when the wind blows a certain way????Any advise on how to find where the leaks are coming in, I c... See more
Could expanding foam work? It's in an area not very visible.
I have purchased two cement bird baths. Each time the bowls soon crack and the water leaks out. My birds and squirrels are thirsty! How do I fix the bowls so they hol... See more
100 year old home with poured/stone basement walls. Occasionally when ground is saturated there will be some water leak through. Is there a remedy That can be done fr... See more
Need someone who can replace 2 gutters and patch two small places on our roof due to ice storm damage. Anyone know of someone reliable and in the Gwinnett county area... See more
Roof comes down over porch ceiling showing wet spots. How do I locate leaks from roof leading to the porch?
It used to be a parking lot for a dentist.
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 recently purchased a 1930's home with plaster walls. The kitchen had an outdated drop ceiling which I want to remove. The plaster above it is cracked. Some areas... See more
The rattan part is just bent a little, but the fabric part is what is destroyed. Any ideas to replace the roof part?
How can I cover popcorn ceilings using pine paneling?
I am in the process of getting insurance quotes for my home. I can save quite a bit if the roof has hurricane clips. I'm not sure how to tell, plus I have very limi... See more
I'm buying a new house and have more than a dozen exposed nails in the roof. It looks like a washer is between nail and shingle. Is this a no-no?