HiI live in an apartment. My carpark lot is narrow so any slight mis-judgement I get the sides of my car grazed or scratched. Any idea to get rid of the scratches?Tha... See more
New concrete poured 3 weeks ago and is curing with these dark spots all over. Will these go away with warmer weather and this is normal part of curing as contractor ... See more
We had a new 3500 sq foot concrete driveway poured starting 10 days ago. The first section poured has dark black spots that look like oil stains. Looks horrible, esp... See more
Vinyl siding pieces look to have been chewed through by an animal. I have extra siding pieces left behind by the previous owner. Can I replace just the damaged pieces... See more
My fence is 2 years old. The boards are warping and screws popping out. They are screwed into a metal frame.
My friend has a old house that is being remolded.The problem is when they had to put a New tub in it was going to be covering part of window.They took the window out ... See more
Looking for solutions to repair small and medium cracks in an asphalt driveway. I think filling each crack would be very time consuming and not a great overall appe... See more
I need a cheap and effecient way to separate the garden from the grass. I'm on pension so it needs to be "frugal".
After last years hurricane season, I looked into buying panels, but after seeing the outrageous prices I decided to do it myself. Looking at using plywood or better. ... See more
Could expanding foam work? It's in an area not very visible.
Room. It has been repaired but it removed some of the "popcorn" . Do you know how to repair that?
Is there a quick budget fix?
After many years, it has two hairline cracks from back to front. Also, around the faucet area, it is deteriorating. Thank you for any suggestions. Oh, if we try ... See more
The cracks are from the foundation settling, and are hairline. How can I fix them myself ?
My bird baths are getting old and very porous, is there something you can paint them with to make them easier to keep clean. I know you can add apple cider to them, ... See more
Bought the house in 2006 & had piers installed. Noticed the house kept "raising" & had structural engineers say all was fine. I started digging last year & found this... See more
I have pre-formed concrete steps (4 tiers) leading to my front door. They look very pourous and have a rough surface. Do any of you DIYers know how I can update these... See more
We had our sidewalk poured 2 years ago and the top has all crumbled. They poured it in the rain and we have had problems every year since. Contractor who did it will ... See more
How can I cover popcorn ceilings using pine paneling?