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Home & Garden
by Dr_E
10 years ago
Glass Block Wall Construction



Glass block walls are a popular design choice both indoors and outdoors. A glass block wall makes a beautiful patio privacy wall while not leaving you with the feeling of being closed in. Glass black walls are a perfect choice for shower enclosure privacy rather than glass shower doors or shower curtains. They...

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
9 years ago
How to easily fix a cupboard onto your wall

The handy type of person who wants to renovate or improve their home can fix a new or old kitchen cupboard onto your wall to give them extra storage space. I...

Lifestyle
by Dr_E
10 years ago
How To Remove Nicotine Stains from Walls

If you bought a house, moved into an apartment, live with a cigarette smoker or are a cigarette smoker, you may see a brownish yellowish film on your walls. This unsightly discoloration is from the nicotine content in cigarettes. The smoke leaves behind a horrid residue on surfaces....

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
10 years ago
Basement Insulation DIY

Most homeowners find the basement to be a very a cold area of the home. Some assume the reason is because hot air rises and cold air falls, making the lowest point -- the basement -- harbor cold air. Good theory, but it's not true. A lack of insulation...

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
8 years ago
How To Texture Drywall

Spice up your rooms by adding texture to your walls. Do it yourself wall texturing.

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
10 years ago
How To Find a Wall Stud without a Stud Finder

If you need to find a stud in your wall, there is no need to go out and buy and expensive stud finder. For many years builders, decorators and ordinary home owners did without that little tool. There is the tried and true method of hammering a nail every...

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
8 years ago
Remove Soot and Smoke Damage From Painted Walls and Ceilings

Removing soot and smoke damage from painted walls and ceilings after a fire requires the use of proper cleaners and correct techniques. Learn what they are and how to use them.

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
9 years ago
Repairing Wet Plaster



Water does not mix well with plaster walls or ceilings. Water damage can happen because of roof leaks seeping down onto the ceiling and into the wall, an overflowing or leaking toilet or bathtub, shower leaks, washing machine line leaks, dishwasher leaks, water heater leaks and basically anything else in a home that...

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
9 years ago
How to Lay Vinyl Tiles in a Diamond Pattern

If you want to disguise crooked walls or uneven walls, lay vinyl tiles diagonally.

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
9 years ago
How To Re-Caulk a Bathtub

Caulk around a tub does not do its job if it is cracked, split or broken. Any opening that allows water to seep in between the bathtub and the wall exposes the insides of the walls to potential toxic mold growth, wood rot and mildew. Some contractors...

Travel & Places
by Dr_E
7 years ago
Top Myths about the Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China is one of those attractions that people around the World recognize by name, although most people have not ever seen it in person. There are a few common myths associated with the Great Wall of China that are commonly believe to be factual, but...

Lifestyle
by Dr_E
10 years ago
Leak in Shower Caused Walls to Grow and Paint to Bubble

If you see a tiny bubble on the outside wall of your shower then you can be sure that you have a leaky tap or pipe in your wall and will have to strip it right back and start again from scratch.

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
7 years ago
How to Install Wainscoting

Many homeowners and home decorators create architectural detail in rooms by adding wainscoting to half the wall or sometimes less than half or more than half of the wall. The height of the wainscot all depends on the look the homeowner or decorator is trying to achieve. Wainscoting can be used to create a variety of themes ranging from formal rooms to informal areas.

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
8 years ago
Strip Wax From Slate Tile

Stripping away old and yellow wax before resealing your slate countertop, flooring or walls is a must to keep the slate surface looking good and protected.

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
10 years ago
Dryer Vent Installation

Most homeowners take the convenience of a clothes dryer for granted. Choosing the dryer and installing is as far as their thoughts go for any type of maintainence until the dryer stops working correctly or worse yet a house fire breaks out. Clothes dryer vents are very important to...

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
8 years ago
Home & Garden
by Dr_E
8 years ago
Bathroom Ideas Redo the Bathroom on the Cheap

Don't have a lot of money to spend redecorating your bathroom? You don't need it -- design a fun bathroom on the cheap.

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
8 years ago
How To Drywall

Adding drywall to new construction or remodeling your house is easy when you know how.

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
9 years ago
Make your home brighter for Christmas by adding a Fake Window

Faux or fake window will enhance any room in your home for little outlay

Home & Garden
by Dr_E
8 years ago
How To Prevent Mold and Mildew in Your Attic

Keep your house free of mold by starting in the attic.

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