It was originally a porch that was enclosed as a permanent room, but has a porch slab and not foundation. I've had water rushing in twice--just where the baseboard m... See more
Three years ago we had our interior travertine and exterior slate floors cleaned, polished and sealed by a 3rd party. The visible area in the back has light stucco, s... See more
Help, our puppy managed to chew up part of our laminate flooring. The spots are about 2 ft square. We can't afford to replace it right now since it's one piece from o... See more
Context:I have hard wood flooring in my home (kitchen , living room, and some bedrooms).We have been using regular oxyclean type cleaners for cleaning the floors. I d... See more
We just moved into our new home. We have a male dog (Chihuahua-Terrier) mix, and I can't stop him from urinating inside our home. I have tried Vinegar, baking soda-mi... See more
We moved into my parents house after my father passed in 2016. Dad's response to any comment regarding needed repairs was "I 95 years old, what do I care" the kitchen... See more
Toilet overflowed we are in clean up mode what the best thing to use to wash the floor that has a disinfectant in it but won’t lift the ceramic floor please reply A... See more
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What is the best kind of flooring for cats that pee’s and won't use the litter box. And she goes in the same area. I am always mopping.
My dogs spill paint through out the house on the tiles .What's the best item to use to get the paint off ?
I want to setup the space over the Garage to allow us to store itemsI know eventually I will have to install an Attic LadderNeed to know how thick the plywood for the... See more
DOg peed & I cleaned it up but to late to prevent it from seeping & staining. Can't replace wood b/c no longer made. Can I sand & try to match color or what?
I have a dog who keeps peeing on our carpets. I shampooed them several times with several different carpet shampoos and used deoderizers but I am pretty sure it is cl... See more
Tiles are 20 plus years old can not afford to replace but would love to clean grouting and tiles any ideas please.
Any suggestions on how we should do the trim on the wall from our kitchen to dinning room as the floor is substantially lower in the dining room. See picture.
I also want to know what would be the best kitchen flooring and least expensive option after getting rid of the carpeting. The carpeting goes up the wall about 6 inc... See more