If you can get hold of an ozone machine, they're great at removing smoke odor. If not, you can use a primer like kilz and paint the walls, ceiling...
Sorry, but my post is both simple and true. Even the people that sell these will tell you that they can't be relied upon as your primary heat sour...
It sounds to me like I'd start with the simplest solution if you're comfortable with trying to fix it yourself. The thermostat may be going bad.
We have one last bathroom to do. It's the 70's white 4x4 tile and the previous owners caulked over the mildew rather than removing it. It's a sma...
Sounds like your house settled a bit. Not an easy way but you can remove the door, reshim and put it back in. We're facing the same issue and hav...
Hi Betty, Just make sure that you use a stone that is built to withstand temperature changes and do your research on what to do to avoid water i...
Where I work we have a greenhouse that we've converted into an office. While we ultimately will cover the roof with sheet metal and insulate, righ...
Code will vary from state to state, county to county and city to city. If it's under warranty, I'd cash in on it and get it fixed. You shouldn't ...
They barely put out heat so don't rely on it for much more than something pretty to look at.
It sounds to me like your AC isn't working efficiently and/or you have a house that leaks cool air like a sieve. I'd start with researching whethe...
I haven't but it would make sense that it would work. I use fabric softener sheets with water to cut the soap scum.
Our front porch is wood framed over a slab patio that sunk. We did have to replace the main support when it settled again a few years later but ot...
Could be a variety of issues. The bottom leaves will yellow as the plant gets bigger because they get less nutrients as they're shaded by the top....
You can purchase metal ones that are sturdier for very little money at any home store. Worth the investment. you can also take a picture of the b...
You can buy dimmers made for CFL lightbulbs. Just saw them at Home Depot last night but couldn't tell you how much they were.
bleach and elbow grease. If it's under the caulking, you'll have to remove the caulking, clean it really well with bleach, dry it out, recaulk it ...