The question I've already asked was good,but I don't think I asked it right...How do I fill in big holes in old paneling.Tks Regi
There is an ugly old phone jack outlet that I no longer need and it is an odd shape. There is tile all around the space but I want to plug up this space permanently. ... See more
I have one block wall in my basement that has bowed .is there an inexpensive way it can be fixed?
My microvawe door have a crack. Buy new door is to expensive. I do not have any idea how to cover this. Ido need help from youThank You BarbaraThere are some pictures
Or the hot water heat pipes?
How do I straighten out this hanging light fixture? When I purchased the house this fixture was already in place. I tried turning it I tried removing the glass and pu... See more
I live in a condo that I own, sometimes I can hear the neighbors TV, music, dog barking. How can I soundproof this common wall? Thanks for any ideas.
Can I fix a small hole in the wall using homemade plaster with flour?
How thick should your insulation be in your attack for energy conservation and the best type of insulation.
The drywall corner of our bathroom has the metal corner, don't know the correct wording, bending out but only about 8 in long and on one wall not both. I can't just s... See more
My 1920's era house has a picture rail at the top of the wall. But the walls and ceiling are not absolutely straight (not even close!) so the moulding was put up with... See more
I have an old house with the old plaster walls. Other the years they put a spray texturing on them to cover the cracks in plaster. Question is: Is there an easy way t... See more
I've lived here for over 30 years but maybe 2 or 3 years ago realized that the concrete wall and cement floor don't touch. There's about a 1.5 inch space between them... See more
Is there anything I can use to fill in small areas of mortar that has come out around bricks on my house and steps. To have it removed and refilled again with mortar... See more
I want to put a small tiled backsplash behind my kitchen sink. I see sanded and non sanded grout. I am confused!
I need to find the studs to I have a place to securely attach some screws.
Looking for a better way than the tape the previous tenants used. ;)
Recently, during heavy rains we have water on the floor in one place of the house by the outer wall. It is next to an inverted corner. There is no water anywere else,... See more
Have a 1k sq ft. workshop/studio (1 1/2 stories), that's been insulated but don't want to drywall it. I am looking for inexpensive ideas to functionally finish off th... See more