You can't. You have to replace it. The styrofoam rails underneath is crushing.
Check your pressure regulator at the holding tank if you're on well water. It should be around 60 lbs of pressure. If you're on city water and ...
It sounds like you're lower than your neighbors and are taking in their run off. That's hard to fix for cheap. You can put in a french drain your...
Enamel paint will hold up to the wear and tear.
I've heard of using metal pipe and elbows as the rods.
I have 2 small dogs and I have less scratches on my laminate than I do on my hardwood floor. When we shopped for laminate, I did a scratch test on...
What did the contractor offer to do to correct his mistakes? With something that extreme and severe, I'd be tempted to get a lawyer involved and h...
Any fabric will hinder the air flow but it's better than building a solid door in front of it. I wouldn't worry about it too much. Worse case sce...
There's really only two ways to fix it...one is to change the windows (which you said you didn't want to do) and the other is to put plastic on the...
Sounds like condensation to me. If you can get to it, insulating the pipe should help.
heat tape like suggested above and the insulation tubes around the pipes
It would be a loose wire at the meter or the box if it's all your lights. That's a power surge and it could cause a fire.
You would have to have it tested to know for sure. The photo is too small to definitely say.
You should pursue having him fix it if it's guaranteed. They count on people giving up and that generally makes me dig my heels in even more. I w...
If you cover the top of the stump with plastic, it helps with the rotting process and help with your concerns.
Yes, you can paint brick. Go to your local box store and ask for a masonry paint. It will take a while to get it covered and you'll have to use t...
Unfortunately, it may not be possible if the tiles are glued down really well. Tile tends to snap before the adhesive gives.
They're safe as long as they're not spongy feeling too. Squeaks are caused by the wood either moving against the nails or against another slab of ...
have you tried a fine steel wool? Coke (the soda) can also remove rust from tin. Once you have it removed and looking good, you'll want to seal i...
Could be yellowjackets if they're under an inch long (there's one that's around 2 inches long with a striped abdomen that's NOT a threat and kills ...