Usually a rusted ferrule or joint in a galvanized gutter can be simply painted with a good primer, then top-coated with finish paint. Remove as mu...
You need to use drywall screws to tighten down the drywall next to the popped nails. Pull the nail if possible, or drive it flush, then repair wit...
Manufacturers limit paint warranty to replacement of product only. No way are you going to find it worthwhile to pursue a claim for painting labor...
The amount of glue removal necessary may be less if you are installing a floating floor with cushion. I also have used scrapers, solvents and sand...
Just a wild guess, but if your new hot water heater has a magnesium anode, that can be the cause of hydrogen sulfide smells. An aluminum anode doe...
Maybe one of these would work. Not quite the diameter, but its the right height: http://www.tablelegs.com/kitchentablelegs.htm
Let me clarify. The "workmen" (framing carpenters, are not at fault if they were following the design drawings and locating walls properly. The p...
4x4 will be strong enough for anything shy of a hurricane, but you will need 10' - 12' long posts anchored in concrete.
Now I understand! You are being a little too precise. Given the length of each run, there are at least 12 full shingles being laid on each row. ...
The first place to start is to recalculate your square footage. 8 square feet is only a 2'x4' area. This would not fit a bathtub. If you meant 8...
A single story detached garage is subject to building permits in most California counties and incorporated cities. Where I live, the foundation mu...
The builders use a plan drafted by an architect to frame and finish the structure. GemCraft hires architects and probably tells them we want as mu...
I think you are talking about the reveal for the shingle tabs from one row to the next. This can range from 5-1/4 inches to 6-inches depending on ...
It may be impractical to keep or repair plaster that has widespread structural damage due to moving a house. Plaster repair is probably a contract...
5slb6, I have seen the 54 x 12 x 1/2 drywall at the supplier, but can't handle it (too heavy, too awkward to move). But you are right, it would b...
I am a little confused here, **boiler forms part of our airing cupboard** Are the hot parts you are referring to the combustion chamber of the boi...
Ivy can establish roots in wood and wood composite surfaces. Once the ivy is removed and the roots dry out, the residue can be mostly scraped off ...
Speaking of water reducible polyurethane, Stays Clear is just that. It is a high quality Benjamin Moore product and is sprayable with airless equip...
There is a long thread already going on this subject at http://www.bobvila.com/BBS/Deck_and_Patio/108/108/flat-page1.html Take a look at that f...
When applying drywall to a 9-foot tall wall, there are a couple ways to go. Its more a matter of personal preference, and not a right or wrong way...