my pets refuse to use a doggie door. I want to build something of clear material so they can see outside while going thru the bic
Thanks to everyone for the past year for answering my questions! I’m finally on the home stretch of renovating this old house! Went to Home Depot today and after ... See more
This question has bothered me for a while. When we moved into our house the closets in the small upstairs bedrooms had cheap bypass doors on them. Needless to say, th... See more
I have built a frame for shop windows on the North side. I need to know what material I can attach besides plexiglass. I would still like to see out the windows. Howe... See more
As a result of a fire the door of my bathroom was being burnt and now I need to replace it. How can I make a door to my bathroom inexpensively?
My friend lives in an apartment complex and has a small patio. The patio is near the walkway that is connected to other apartments. What can she do to give herself a ... See more
My carpenter used some green glue to stick acrylic door to granite shelf....it's come out...how do I glue it back with stronger glue
I live in a trailer and want to make shutters for the inside of the windows.I only need to go half the way up the windows. Cheaper material is good because I'll paint... See more
I would like to know how to build a door frame to put in a door that is falling apart
It is a solid door with no vent grid. The vent is below the door. I have searched for a replacement but this size door is very expensive and has to be special ordered... See more
I want to build sliding door using reclaimed wood and corrugated tin. Is there a tutorial somewhere?
we are building a new pole barn house and it is in the process of being dry walled as I write this. everyone and I do mean everyone over looked a large linen closet d... See more
We put up a barn door on a bathroom...and now it has warped. Anything we can do...and if not what kind of wood should we get for next one?
I have a question concerning the folding, usually louvered, doors that you put over utility or laundry rooms. I need 96" covered. So I purchased four 24" doors. I ... See more
I got a very old screen door. It is made of 2x4's and put together with tongue and groove. How can I get it apart w/o tearing it up!