I am restoring an old 2000 sq.ft. tin ceiling. I have replaced all the badly rusted panels with new, that I had a tin smith duplicate. The remainin...
We are trying to buy an older house. The inside windows have rope pulleys to slide them up and down. Some of these ropes are broken. How can we fix...
The answer to this question has eluded me since I started working at a hardware store at age 14. I'm now 22 and still searching. Where does the fac...
The answer to this question has eluded me since I started working at a hardware store at age 14. Where does the fact that nails are sized with the ...
I would like to setup my workshop in the basement which has a French Drain along the interior walls. What's the best way to prevent sawdust, woodc...
some really nice kitchen cabinets were shown (along w/a factory tour) during a recent show. anyone know the manufacturer?(details - the stain was ~...
I am restoring a new house that has a lot of painted over and varnished over wookwork. Any recommendations on a heat gun and which temperature wor...
My husband and I are in the process of purchasing an 88 year old victorian style home. The people who live there now have done a great job of attem...
I am inquiring regarding a stereo component stand I say in a show. Bob was updating an individual's home entertainment center. There was a distin...
My ceiling is made of old Celotex tiles, but I want a textured acoustic ceiling. I know that I can tear out the tiles, install drywall, and then ap...
I want to perform the labor on the block basement for my new cabin 32 X 32. I am going to have the footings installed by a concrete contractor and ...
I'm trying to find out what the "standards" are for table size in a built in kitchen nook. How many inches should the table hang over the seating ...
I have a leak from the shower head. It appears to be the valve is tight. However, the valve is tightened as much as it can go. Any ideas how to fix?
I recall that there was a recall or some sort of legal settlement in the past year or two regarding a certain type of plastic plumbing pipe. Can a...
Several weeks ago I was watching a program with the hose (a man, don't know his name) showing a couple who had remodeled their kitchen without the ...
I have a home with 170 year old pine flooring. We love it's character, but some areas have large cracks in the floor boards, as large as 1 to 1.5 ...
We are having problems with drywall screws popping in the ceilings and interior walls of our year old new home and we have no idea why. Our home i...