To deter mildew.
I have ceramic tile on the walls in my bathroom. The former owners went overboard with the cheap adhesive backed hooks on the walls. Of course they’re in noticeab... See more
10-20-2020 During Hurricane Sally the wind got under the vinyl in my carport (8 pieces) and both corners of my house (6 pieces) and blew them everywhere, I got them b... See more
I'm replacing the dry wall in our kitchen and then adding a tile backsplash. What is the best practice in terms of taping/mudding the seem that is right up against th... See more
I am tapping my drywall, but on one section I over sanded it, and now the tape is showing, what should I do, just mud back over it?
I have a partition that is made of glass blocks (a look that I'm not a fan of). I'd love any ideas to cover it up or update it without paying the costs of tearing it ... See more
every time I tape and mud drywall the tape bubbles off the drywall, and I want to know the most efficient way to do it
I have moved to my dream cabin. It has a vaulted ceiling with wood planks and wood beams, no attic. I'm getting ready to put a new roof on. Is there anyway to insulat... 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
Have used a flexible silicone to fill crack before ceiling was repainted, but it reappeared.
I would love to add a mantle, but I think it would look funny on an off centered fireplace.
We built our home 11 years ago, and the tape in several rooms is buckling under the paint. Is there a DIY way to repair it or do we need to call in a pro? Thank you ... See more
We have an old house that still has lathe and plaster walls with drywall over top. We are having a terrible time trying to find the studs. We have tried a good qualit... See more
The spot is 12x12 appx., and the ceiling has a stamped pattern like someone took a huge trowel and randomly sqwiggled it all over. Will I need to repaint and is it po... See more
My house is 116 yrs old and settling has caused bump in bathroom wall. I’m not sure how I can safely smooth it out being there’s lathe board behind it. Can I sand... See more
We have an older mobile home. Curtain rod came down. Numerous attempts to fix failing because no stud there. Now I have a hole and no way to fasten a rod. Command str... See more
I rent a very old mobile home 🏡. Since I rent what ever I change I have to be able to put back the way it was when I moved in. Well yes the paneling in some of the... 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
We removed the closet doors in my daughter's room and thought it would be easy to just paint over where the hinges had been. However, there are fairly deep gouges wh... See more
My house if old, the ceilings are low and they are ugly popcorn texture. Help.
The paint used to be fine, never had a problem. Professional painters painted it last time,.....sanded it, applied kiltz, then ceiling paint. All the applications ... See more
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 am curious as how to restore these walls this is a room that was remodeled and I tore it apart seeing the beautiful wood behind them what should I do to restore the... See more
Need advice how to remove mildew from drywall and textured ceilings?