Large and small holes are treated differently when repairing concrete. The best product for filling in smaller holes (less than 1/2″ deep) is vinyl-reinforced concrete patcher, which is often sold in convenient quart of gallon containers of dry powder.
Spray equipment can make quick work of painting, but it still requires the same careful preparation work as traditional brush and roller methods.
Damage to siding is fairly common, but fortunately, it’s also easy to fix. Small to medium holes, cracks, and rotted areas can be repaired with filler or by replacing the damaged sections with matching siding.
Even if your home doesn’t have an actual mudroom, chances are the area closest to the main entry door (the one you use the most) is put to work just like a mudroom
Step1: Repair small holes with wood putty. Use putty that matches the floor color. Force the compound into the hole with a putty knife.
Food disposers are standard equipment in the modern home, and most of us have come to depend on them to macerate our plate leavings and crumbs so they can exit the house along with waste water from the sink drain.
Paneling is a versatile wail-surfacing material that comes in a wide range of styles, colors, and prices. Paneling sheets are made from a variety of materials for numerous applications.
A water softener lowers the content of “hard” minerals in water- magnesium and calcium – and replaces them with sodium or potassium to help prolong the life of pipes and appliances.
How to Replace a Damaged Brick Step1: Score the damaged brick so it will break apart more easily for removal: use a drill with a masonry-cutting disc to score lines along the surface of the brick and in the mortar joints surrounding the brick. Step2: Use a mason’s chisel and hammer to break apart the…
A severely arched, bulged, cracked, or sagging floor joist can only get worse over time, eventually deforming the floor above it. Correcting a problem joist is an easy repair and makes a big difference in your finished floor.