I am planning to plant a row of Emerald Green Arborvitae as a screen from my neighbor's backyard but have heard horror stories about trespassing la...
You could use a handheld jigsaw equipped with a downcutting blade to cut the counter and cupboard. Put some painter's blue tape on top of the count...
Try using pruning sealer. It's black and pretty thick so it should'nt have a problem covering over the orange.
If you're not afraid of losing about 1 3/4 inches by 3 1/2 inches of floor space on your deck, you could make a rabbet down the center of one side ...
If the seat is rectangular, you could screw small metal angle braces in each corner. That should help stablize the seat frame.
For both heating and decor, I was planning to install a gas-fired direct-vent fireplace in one corner of my basement. Any advice on this applicatio...
I would like to install a gas fired direct vent fireplace in my basement as supplemental heating. Has anyone had any experience installing one of t...
I've seen a couple of coffered ceiling kits but from what I understand, they install much like suspended acoustic tile. For the application you ha...
In addition to the other great shade plants mentioned in prior post, you could use foam flower. It's similar to astilbe with the flowers. Some fer...
There was an article in This Old House magazine (sorry Bob..) about using hydraulic cement to patch cracks in a foundation. according to the artic...
Assuming that your basement is normally dry, if you're only removing a thin layer of concrete in small portions of your basement by brushing out th...
There are so many opinions on the proper "sequence" which I'm sure you've run into in your searches. The approach I am taking is derived from a th...
From what I gather from your post, there is no insulation between the 6mil poly and the concrete block which will prevent water from entering your ...
Try using a DE-humidifier or reduce your humidifier settings if you can. The "warm" air in your basement is carrying moisture and the moisture is ...
The 'salt-like particles' you are seeing I believe is called 'efflorescence'. This is caused by excess moisture moving through your concrete baseme...
It really depends on the finish you are planning to apply and how patient you are.How long can you live without cabinet doors? Depending on the siz...