In our 1920's era house, there is a picture moulding along the joining of the wall and ceiling. The ceiling is not very straight, so the moulding is lower than tight ... See more
Drywall anchors for a shelving unit came loose-is it possible to patch up the original holes for reuse with anchors? I have considered moving the bracket; but it does... See more
due to extensive house rewiring, the ceiling in my basement studio is gone. all that remains is lots of strapping. i would like to do it myself but could not handle d... See more
Hello friends,My towel bar was loosen up. I can see the screw holes got bigger and unable to put the drywall anchor now. Any idea to fix these bigger screw holes? Pic... See more
We took down dry wall and patched up the walls which now have imperfections, need to find a way to paint to make look good , any ideas
The previous owners of my 35 year old house painted over wallpaper. I can see a few seams and there are a couple of obvious corners where the wallpaper wasn't even pu... See more
I need a cheap, quick DIY idea for an old house temporary fix up for the cold... is there anything I can use around the house to insulate behind panelling.
Our daughter recently bought a townhouse that has popcorn ceilings throughout--- ugly and dated. I have read the best way to remove it is spraying a small section wit... See more
Should you insulate your basement ceiling or does that cause a vapor barrier. ? Thanks
A bed tipped into the wall during a renovation and left an indentation. It's not in a place where I can cover it with art, so I need to make it look presentable and I... See more
what can I do for cracks in my celling? I have tried putting dry wall paste on the cracks, but it foesnt look good. Some type of paneling? Paintable tape? My cellings... See more
I have a long narrow hallway, the walls on one side are wavy and uneven is there a way to disguise them. Would textured wallpaper do the trick?
I had a bathroom remodel done Spring 2016 and it looked fine. When winter came, cracks appeared along ceiling & wall joints on one wall. I attributed it to ‘settl... 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
I want to redo the walls which are peeling in our motorhome bathroom. Any suggestions?
We've had a number of posts of the year regarding the use of epoxy or putty on exterior repairs. In our opinion, you're always best to call in a carpenter like Handy... See more