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  1. Remodeling
    We are trying to figure out the process for removing floor to ceiling wood paneling when there is a hot water heat pipes along the bottom. Is this an extensive project? Something you have to hire out for? Expensive? We aren't sure what's behind the wood paneling -- could be drywall or studs...
  2. Drywall & Plaster
    Hi there! I was hoping someone would have some answers to a problem I incurred while trying to install shelves into drywall: I have three shelves that I'm trying to hang up above my closet doors. Each shelf is about 50 inches in length and weighs less than 5 pounds, and I expect each shelf to...
  3. HVAC
    Hello all, I am installing a mini split A/C in my garage, which I am turning into a living space. So the question is: Do I install it before insulation/dry wall (A/C lines inside the wall) or after insulation/dry wall (A/C lines in the exterior)? I see the value of putting the lines inside the...
  4. General DIY Discussions
    Hello! First-time homeowner here, looking for some pointers on how to go about repairing my showers' walls, as well as any recommended upkeep. You'll see some pictures attached of some moisture damage that was inflicted upon the walls just above the tiling in my master BR shower. It started...
  5. Flooring
    I had a supply line burst in an upstairs bathroom adjacent to a carpeted closet. The entire very large bathroom was flooded and the room below had water dripping through the drywall ceilings following flood. The saturated carpet remained in closet for 4 days and water puddled on wood subfloor...
  6. Carpentry
    Around 2 years ago, a home theater installer decided to drill a slanted 90 degree hole in an attempt to fish a speaker wire through the wall. He claimed that he didn't have x-ray vision, and sometimes, it's a hit and miss. As a result, if you look through the hole, you can see the sunlight from...
  7. Remodeling
    I have a Sun room that attaches to the back of my Brick house. The issue i'm having is: where the two rooms meet there is a pretty big gap and weeds, bugs and air get into the back room. I put some spray foam in the gap to close it up, cut the foam but now i'm left with just ugly looking corners...
  8. Drywall & Plaster
    Hello All! I've got a problem with a few walls in my house after some wayne scotting removal. Take a look at the attachment on this post. That is one of areas that I need to fix. The choices I have I guess would be the following: 1) mud, sand and fix 2) cut out and replace 3) just slap some...
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