I'm looking to fill the cracks in my concrete basement floor and then seal it. What is the best way to go about it? Also, previous owners have tried painting it and... See more
There’s a separation crack that I need fixed
I bought a new home in a subdivision which had to be built from ground up, after purchase. When finished, I noticed the concrete had a wierd color to it, very dark, a... See more
It is 40 years old and on the garage. Has taken on some water. Not sure if we should replace it....shiplap siding was suggested. Also thought about covering it with t... See more
My bird baths keep growing mold or something no matter how often I clean them out. They are very porous, is there something I could paint them with???
My skimmer area is leaking, I need to know how to fix it.
Just found out I need a new roof. Black mold showed up on ceiling recently. Plywood may be rotted. Mobile home was $38,000, a 2004 Fairmont , excellent condition, ... See more
I will try to download some pictures. I have a large area, over 700’ of concrete. The edges of the squares are braking apart and there are so cracks in the concrete... See more
Broken tile on patio, there is sand under the tile. Area is roughly 10 feet by 10 feet.
I have noticed some hairline cracks in my basement floor. Is this normal or should I have it checked out?
Instead of replacing my cement driveway can I have blacktop put over it?
Every time it rains, water settles there! such a nuisance! We put in a under ground drain on ot side of driveway but it didn’t help much!🤪
The cracks are wide (appx 1"} some are raised as well. Any advice would be most helpful
Some of our sidewalk has either settled or tree roots have raised some of the seams about an inch. Is there a DIY fix?
My friend recommended her handyman to repair my front porch stairs. The top step was pulling away from the landing and the mortar needed to be filled in. The guy di... See more
The wind tore a section of roofing up...this piece has a rip from the bottom to middle. How can I seal this once I have screwed it back down?
I removed a cabinet in my bathroom. It was above the sink and counter, up next to the ceiling. After the the cabinet was removed, it revealed a vent hole and a hole f... See more
Any suggestions on how to make them not so slick in winter
Just had extra insulation blown in my attic. I now have to install an exhaust fan duct. How do I fluff up the insulation once I hang the duct work?
Any good ideas on redoing a bathroom ceiling that had tiles on it that are now breaking and falling off?
Constant sun exposure will wear away the oils in your asphalt, and freezing and refreezing during winter causes cracks. To combat these elements, it’s important to ... See more
Had a wood burner removed by my landlord. I have been left with what the picture shows. Any suggestions on how to hide it or blend it into the ceiling!
I have just had a new roof put onto my utility room, replacing the (UGH!) ancient and dirty corrugated plastic.The builder has used very good wood rafters and one nic... See more
Have an aluminum awning and need to find something to block sun on one side. Any ideas on how to attach something that won't blow away?