What's the best way to temporarily seal the front door opening?
Now that it's starting to cool down, I'm going to refinish my front entry door. What's the best way to temporarily seal the opening for two to three days, without damaging the entry, while I work on the door?
I currently have stinky dirty carpeting in my living room and I want to replace it with a durable flooring that can stand up to dogs and kids.
Does having a paint over a popcorn ceiling change how I'd remove the popcorn ceiling?
We recently added a butcher block counter top and sink, and we're going to add a wood chevron style backsplash. I'm wondering what the best way to seal it is. Thanks!
I have one step out my door. My floor to the walk. It's too big of a step for my Mother in law (she's 90). I'm hoping someone can tell me how to make a half step (in... See more
My front door is hung very uneven, so the one side has a huge gap at the bottom side- what can I do or use to help seal the door better?
would a 1/4 or 1/2 inch plexiglass sheet screwed to the door work and give enough insulating numbers to match the rolls of insulation applied to the walls? This shed... See more