The question I've already asked was good,but I don't think I asked it right...How do I fill in big holes in old paneling.Tks Regi
I put tile on my bathroom wall and it's falling off. Now I have panel glue on the wall. How do I get the glue off? Or I need ideas on what to cover it with. My bathr... See more
How do you repair the bumpy walls that are in so many homes in Nevada? See pic below
I have a 5 door room divider and one of the hinges is 1/2 broke but I can't find the hardware anywhere to fix it. Help please.
My cabinets have an accent strip made of formica I believe, running vertically in a 2 in. strip. I wish to paint this a different color. What do I use to fill in this... See more
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
The popcorn ceiling is bowing. I'm needing a cheap, efficient way to cover and make it appear flat again. I don't want to have to replace sheet rock if at all possibl... See more
I want to make my house warmer without spending a lot of money or placing plastics over the windows
I have been trying to fix all the problems with the house but having my basement flood twice in less than a year has taken it's toll on me and my money. I can't even ... See more
how do i bring back the luster and erase the stains and spill marks on them ....walls & cabinets are wood .... likes like pine that was stained
Our home was built in the 1940's; original nard wopod floors, and I suspect original window trim as well; not sure as it has eons of paint slapped onto ti; I will s... See more
No, I cannot take it off the wall. It is wall-sized on three walls. This happened when my ward left shower running two hours with doors closed, while he played ball... See more
Should I fill these holes with that yellow foam stuff?
Looking for a better way than the tape the previous tenants used. ;)
I have popcorn ceiling in bath, steam ruined some of it and I need to patch. How do I do this?
I'm replacing wall studs in a sunroom that has termite and water damage. Can I use something besides wood studs? The termite company wouldn't cover the damage bc the ... See more
at the edge of the tile and if I push on it, it moves inward approx 1/4 inch. The drywall at the top of the tile is the original and it's fine, but the new piece that... See more