Is there anything stronger than Brasso I can use on the handle and deadbolt lock on the exterior front door of the house. I have tried umpteen times (that's a lot :)... See more
Tilt ins. Older but in great shape. Rubber flaps in between is unreachable and shows spotted mold. There are 2 screws on top of each window piece looking like u could... See more
Every time it gets really cold or the wind blows hard outside, we get drafts from under the trim pieces of the windows. How can we stop the drafts without replacing ... See more
Everything is white, orange and brown in this house. Need some advice on the front entryway please!
I have pole curtains bought at any Home Deco, Loews, or Home Depot store. My problem is I had them attached to my walls by a professional when i moved into my house 5... See more
Does anyone know how to remove sticky residue left over from window tinting film that got left on my car windows after the film was peeled off? it is so thick it blur... See more
They don’t hang straight nor lock effectively. Any ideas? Thanks guys.
I love this skylight in my bathroom so removal is not an option. How do I keep the paint from peeling off again. I’m preparing a bathroom makeover and want to repai... See more
I bought new windows several years ago. Last year some cold was coming in from the windows. There are no cracks in the window, but one side of the windows forst up ev... See more
I have two sliding glass door units that have age-related leaks. What is the best way to insulate from Maine winter?
So far I am trying to use a putty knife. What can I use instead of silicone spray to help lubricate it? The window is suppose to open sliding it right to left.
The strings in the back from the "O" rings are torn and the cord are broken cannot pull them up or down? Also, how can I convert them to automatic/battery powered fr... See more
Heater is always kicking in because of the drafts.
we have used two or three sealants on our two ceiling skylights, but nothing has worked! Now our ceilings are ruined!
I need to replace my windows screen what will I need to do this and is it hard to replace
I broke it when I was locked out because I needed to get in quickly. The hole where the knob used to be is pretty messed up as is the lock mechanism.
We have hollow core sliding doors for our bedroom closet. They are constantly coming off the rails and are a pain to put back on. I don't really want to replace the d... See more