Our do sleeps in our bathroom at night. When he wakes up in the morning he scratches the door to let us know he wants out. The door is a solid pine 6 panel door and h... See more
As it gets colder it can even be frozen solid on the glass. I get my arm wet as I hold the storm door open to lock it. How can I stop this? Thank you!
I removed my walk-in closet door because it swings into the closet and i needed the wall space so no I want to put the door back and have it swing into the hallway in... See more
I have a prehung steel entry door with a slight gap in the bottom right corner that allows air to enter, what is the best method for insulating to prevent cold/warm a... See more
A bathroom was added decades after the house was built (104 years ago) and there is a full size window in what is now the shower. The moulding is thick and beautiful... See more
Hi! I'm wondering if a wooden, bedroom door built in the 1920's would contain asbestos. Any thoughts? We need to cut into it to add a new door handle. Thank you!
I've always been my opinion that you can see a ripple in the seal on triple windows where the needle to install the argon gas. Does it mean the glass company ripped m... See more
a window at the back of my kitchen sink goes to the same level as the sink. how can I keep the bottom of the curtain clean ?? from water splatters etc
This is a house were a smoker lives.
Redoing my cabinets need tips on painting old wood kitchen cabinets and woodfilling holes
Our home has been shored up and all 12 windows in the sunroom are out of plumb. We’ve added weather stripping and still the room is cold in the winter and hot in th... See more
hiw Do you adjust the bifold doors so they will stay in the track and also so the bifold on each door will stay flat when shut instead of popping open a bit?
I paid for this job before I had completely inspected it. Big mistake! There are no stops on the frame, there's a 1-1/2" gap between the doors and when they're "close... See more
Is there a way to seal them for this rainy season so they dont begin to leak?
Heater is always kicking in because of the drafts.
The plastic that keeps draft and cold air out, looking for any easier way of getting the plastic on my windows, I have a bad back.
The glass is probably original and I can't afford new windows. I plan on cleaning them and then caulking but I wish I had a 2nd pane to keep out the cold air.
I have several window wells which I have recently cleared out of rock and debris from the previous owners of my home. They look like this picture except there are no ... See more
My beach apartment complex allows renters to put up screen doors. This would be great because it allows a wonderful breeze through the whole apartment. Lots of peop... See more