Most of us are familiar with the sheetrock repair kits that are sold in the big box stores, and many of us have made good use of these for repairing holes in a wall. But what about when we have a hole in the ceiling? You may be wondering exactly how you are suppose to fix that. Well, I am here to help you repair ceiling sheetrock holes.
Refinish Cedar Shutters…
Since the weather has been so nice lately, I thought this would be a great time to do some much needed maintenance on some outside items. At the top of that list is my board and batten cedar shutters. It has been 3 years since they were stained and installed, and they are really begging for some attention. So, I thought I would quickly go over how I refinish cedar shutters and keep them looking good. (keep reading…)
One of the biggest issues with hollow core doors is that they can easily get a hole in them. Then, what do you do? No one wants to replace an entire door, right? Well, I am going to show you how to quickly and easily repair hollow core door holes with just a few simple items. (Keep Reading…)
Do you need to insulate drafty windows? If you have added weather stripping to your windows, but you still have cold air getting in, odds are that your windows do not have proper insulation. It is very common for older, or newer builder’s grade, homes to be missing this very important feature. But not to worry. I will walk you through the steps to make the corrections. It really is an easy DIY job. (Keep Reading…)
quickly get rid of gaps with these easy door alignment steps
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An improperly aligned door can cause drafts and unnecessary heating expenses. Not to mention, it can cause damage from the wear and tear from the wood rubbing or pulling in areas were it otherwise wouldn’t. This is definitely one of those projects that I categorize as “Not Fun But Must Be Done.” But, it is also a relatively easy fix that will save a lot of repairs in the future. So, on with it…. (…..Keep Reading)