i am redoing my bathroom and am going to tile the walls and ceiling my self. wondering if i should take the drywall off and place tile board behin...
(Got no responses under "Appliances". Maybe this will work.)Washer broke last week. It's a Kenmore model 110.26912690. The "Coupling, Motor and Is...
does anyone know of any good websites for home interior lighting ideas and designs???thanking kindly in advance!johnny z
I have a warm air duct running through a cold room (for storing food etc) in my basement. I plan to insulate the interior walls of the cold room to...
I have a back entrance way which is 7ft down into the earth. There is a cement wall which is cracked and appears to be the culprit behind the crac...
I just moved into an old house built around 100 years ago and it has a fuel oil furnace in it that just doesn't seem to heat the whole house as war...
My home is approx 35 yrs old with original wooden cabinets. Eventually I would like to replace them but for the time being I would like to redo the...
How do you secure insulation between metal studs? I can't staple, but I'm sure there is a way.
I have caradco wood windows that have clouded up. How do I replace the glass in those windows myself and what tools do I need. I also need to know ...
I have a stain from a bath tub mat that is hard to remove and keep from returning. What can I use to get rid of it?
Has anyone out there used Kool Seal or something similar on a tar & gravel roof? My son says that using this would be an inexpensive way to repair...
Thanks for replying, but i don't think the filter is the problem. The Furnace has a humidifier that has a filter that is coated with some type of c...
My husband and I are about to begin renovating my grandmothers old home. It has been vacant for about 18 years, and with holes in the roof, and mos...
After 20 years of faithful service my toilet got to the point that it seldom evacuated all the waste in the bowl on a single flush. I check water ...
Greetings,I have a 1922 colonial in Maryland with a finished attic on the third floor. The house is heated by hot water radiators via a gas fired ...
I have two thermostats in my house, one for upstairs and one for down. Both existed when the home was purchased. The one upstairs has a function wh...
Someone, please reply to this post!We are thinking of replacing all the windows and two sliding patio doors in our 50-year-old ranch home in N. Cal...
I am in the process of changing my stove and microwave/hood combo. The store is charging $99 for installation of the stove which is probably the co...
Our house currently has single pane, alluminum framed windows. I would like any advice on attempting a 'do it yourself' project where-in I install...
We're thinking about turning one of our attic bedrooms into a bathroom/closet. Unfortunately the best location is not immediately above the downst...