Nick Slavik, expert painter, and owner of Nick Slavik Painting & Restoration Co. talks shop with Danny and Joe.
Listen for some great tips and learn the important parts of Nick’s 10 commandments of painting.
Plus, Nick, Danny and Joe talk about the right and wrong weather conditions to be in when starting a painting project.
Hi, Mr. Lipford my name is steve layman i own my home here on the Mississippi Gulf coast , at Gulfport.
I have a small 2 bedroom all wood frame house  that has survived thru 4 brothers two hurricanes (Camille, & Katrina) and me .I have hunted for carpenters that don’t show or don’t call back .
What i’m needing is someone that knows how to put lap wood siding back like it is today. i’m really needing some help for I don’t have the help. project: tear off old boards 1X10s, put vapor barrier replace boards ,prime boards ,paint & caulk. If you could help out a Vietnam Veteran. Please help keep my house in better shape.
THANK YOU for your consideration
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What should I use to stop water entering my steel building where the steel siding meets the concrete?
We would need more information about the building to provide the best solution for this leak. You can connect one-on-one with a home improvement pro immediately through JustAnswer, a Today’s Homeowner partner: http://justanswer.9pctbx.net/c/2342074/565926/9320
Good luck with that leak!
(1) Cracks in driveway slab? Concrete man said only solution was to tear up the driveway and pour new cement- cost $8,000. Any kind of solution would help.
(2) Besides my home I have a bunkhouse and trying to complete an patio. Friends have brought stepping stones and have a large circle with their names on stones–but need suggestion for dirt around circle. Water is a problem in West Texas, Thank you…Joyce
You may be able to repair those cracks for a fraction of the cost with concrete resurfaced.
Here’s more information: https://todayshomeowner.com/video/how-to-repair-cracks-in-concrete/
Regarding your second project, please provide more details. It’s a little difficult to understand the project and the concern.
Happy home improving! 🙂