Hello all!! This is my first post here, I'm hoping you can help with your advice. 10 weeks ago I had a room painted by a professional paint...
I have a large asphalt driveway that dips slightly toward my garage/barn. The driveway side resembles a 5 space carport (50 feet in length across ...
I have "custom" Pella French doors, the they have inserts inside that can be removed by taking out the storm glass on the inside so that that can l...
I had to replace my kitchen light. It was simple, connect the ground wire with the ground wire on the fixture and cap off. Connect the white wire...
If fibreglass was used to insulate the attic in my house, what color, how does this insulation look like? Are fibreglass particles light enough...
What is the best/Recommended product to waterproof and Prevent Mold and Fungus from growing between the Concrete Slab and the Floating Floors?
ls there a way to insulate a wall, FROM THE OUTSIDE?? If so, how do I locate a GOOD, RELIABLE & AFFORDABLE contractor in the ArlingtonHts, DesPlain...
I bought a Sear's Garage Door Opener in 2008. It opens only during cooler temperatures like below 70 degrees. During the summer months it will on...
We have recently bought an older home (75+) with an "unfinished" basement. What exactly is involved in making it "finished" so it can be included i...
I have a house in Seattle with a covered front porch. I rebuilt the entire porch and decided to reuse the fir flooring. As I mentioned the porch i...
I have owned a Craftsman 10" table saw for almost 15 years. The motor is rated at 1.5 HP (sold as 3 Hp peak) 120volts 13amps. The problem is recent...
Is there a way to flush out the icemaker unit on a Magic Chef refrigerator? I have installed an inline filter on the main water inlet line to the r...
Does anyone know where to get any information about concrete countertops?I saw it on one of the shows a while back but cannot find anything on the ...
Because of the grain coming through, was looking for suggestions on what to use to paint my oak kitchen cabinets to hide the grain.