I would think that you will be ok as long as you are careful and both of you realize that there is a remote possibility of water damage. I would c...
What project are you working on now?
I have completed many home projects. Some of the smaller projects were replacing light fixtures and new floors in my two bathrooms. The larger projects included 150ft cobblestone wall and a new exposed aggregate driveway. Currently I also have a DIY blog.Not as popular as Bob Vila, but it does pretty well. Check it out when you get a chance. www.fixupthishouse.com
What is your favorite tool?
My favorite tool is what ever tool will get the job finished with as little effort as possible. So...My favorite tool changes from project to project.
What's your favorite Bob Vila memory?
Watching Bob Vila was sort of a family thing.I remember back in my younger years, everybody would gather around the tube and watch This Old House with Bob Vila. No particular show comes to mind.My strongest memory is he was always working on some old huungus house up in Massachusetts.
Well, the way I see it , you have 3 options. 1st, I would talk to the contractor because that is technically his responsibility. 2nd You could ...
I can't really tell by the picture, but my guess is the metal brackets lap down over the front and the back of the tile with a thin piece going in ...
I have used luan as underlayment many, many times and have never experienced any problems. I have had problems with plywood though. I am posting t...
I would recommend hydraulic cement because it will adhere better. Before you apply the cement, use a paint brush to wet the cracks a little. If y...
First off, I would recommend that you have an engineer or inspector take a look and determine if the pillars are load bearing or not. I would do th...
That would mostly depend on the size doors that you can purchase. One solution would be to install bi-fold doors. That would give you 2 24" doors...
You can make up a template using one of your fence boards. Use this board to mark however many boards you need. It would be easier to cut the board...
The best way to approach this is to first lightly sand the woodwork and wipe down with a rag dampened with paint thinner. I would recommend using ...
I am not an asbestos expert and I don't want to tell you what to do or not to do for liability reasons. I was involved in the renovation of severa...
I can't tell you which way to go on this, but here are my thoughts. If you have never had a problem you might be ok the way it is, if it's not bro...
I have never heard that you need a special paneling for a mobile home. I do know that they use a very thin wall product for the sole purpose of kee...
Even though your miter saw cuts one way you can still cut both ends. It depends on how you position your piece on the saw. If you are using a non-c...
You mention lightweight as the key attribute. This is also one of the key attributes I look for also. Several years I purchased a Hitache drill/dri...
I have 1 suggestion to try before calling someone. Try sticking a screwdriver through the hole and wedging in spindle hole. If you catch good enou...
You can try www.baersupply.com They are a hardware supply company...just might get lucky. Good luck David email@example.com
Here is an idea if you are trying to save money and don't mind doing it yourself. Purchase a 8" or 10" drywall blade. Run the blade over the entir...
I am not absolutely sure what you mean when you talk about sanding the paint but here are my thoughts. From the sound of it, you had a section of ...
I would have to agree with your better judgement and build the addition first. Once the addition is finished, you could build the deck accordingly....