I painted popcorn celling. Is there any easy way to scrappe it out?
Does anybody know how to remove the deep vine roots from aluminum siding?
I live on a golf course and through a combination of the golf balls being designed to go further and the golfers getting... well, worse, the side of my house is getti... See more
We cut the root of a huge ivy growth on the side of our house. It died over the winter and we have been removing the dead vines off the siding. The suckers are on the... See more
The damage was done by rain water leaking inside.
I am painting may very small bathroom, and this patched place on the wall looks horrible. Any ideas on what I can do without cutting up my wall to fix it? I put one c... See more
We have gas logs in what was once a wood-burning fireplace. We don't use the logs anymore because they seemed to suck the heat out of the entire downstairs. The log i... See more
We have a walk out basement. The walls that are exposed outside are painted concrete. Inside is also painted but even with a dehumidifier, they sweat and mildew, espe... See more
what is the most cost effective way to add insulation to finished walls without deconstructing them, the rooms on the outer portion of the house radiate heat in the ... See more
I hate the Popcorn ceilings in my house and really can't afford to pay someone else to remove them! Can it be a DYI project and if so , what is the easiest and safest... See more
For some reason our two plaster wall are falling apart. We are raising our crandghilden and need an inexpensive way to do this. The house is 98 years old. The stud... See more
Bottom support is still stuck to the board but it got crack while shipping? What can be simplest fix?UPDATE: Table description says MDF/Rubberwood. This part should b... See more
I have a 1955 year old row home two-story 2 bed 1 bath cement basement. The back wall is bowing and protruding away from the house the windows are shifted back bedroo... See more
We used insulation and put up board over it on his man room . This is too expensive to do in rest of metal building. It is 40x24 and the last 15 ft is closed in as th... See more
The cracks in the horsehair plaster, with only lathes behind the plaster and no studs, are getting more defined. Crack down the middle of the ceiling in living room ... See more
I took off the old cabinet handles and they left two big holes that need to be filled in. Can the new handles then be screwed into the old holes once they are filled?
It is an older home, not much crawl space. There is mold growing in almost all of the rooms up to about 18 inches or so. The back rooms of the house were flooded abo... See more
I have a high interior area above my stairs leading to the second floor and it is wallpapered...but the very top section has started sagging and pulling away from the... See more
We just bought a 1920s home that leaks in all four corners of the basement. We are working on resloping the yard and fixing gutters. Any suggestions on how to water... See more
I want to get rid of my popcorn ceilings cheaply.
I need to repair a patch in my ceiling. The house was built in the USA during the 1970's. It appears to be perfect circles made in the drywall mud (then painted over)... See more