Cracking paint — it's every painter's worst nightmare, and it happens far too often. Here's why it happens, and how to fix it!
Wesley needs advice on what kind of grout to use for his bathroom remodeling project.
One of the key steps in making accurate cuts is remembering the measurement once you get to the saw to make the cut. Rather than carrying around a notepad, try this.
Doing some of your own light plumbing chores can save you lots of money, but it can also be frustrating. That's why Sharkbite developed their easy to use fittings, and the "SharkBite Click Seal Toilet Connector" takes them a step further.
When wood lap siding splits or cracks along its length, here’s how to repair it.
It can be expensive to transfer an electric light to natural gas.
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Before using your putty knife to spread joint compound, wood glue or construction adhesive, stick a piece of clear packing tape onto the blade.
Create a custom-built shoe rack for your closet.
When you're hanging a lightweight print or photograph, there's a stud right where you need to put the nail. But start to hang a heavy mirror or clock and the studs are nowhere near where you need them. This is scary. You don't want that mirror to come crashing down on someone, so you wrestle with wall anchors and toggle bolts. But not anymore.
National Gypsum's Soundbreak XP is a superior choice for sound dampening a wall.
Need help soundproofing your home? This product keeps unwanted noises out! Also: a beam in Rich's basement is pushing a block, causing cracks to form on the home's exterior — learn what we can do about that, and more, here.