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It looks like water damage to me. Likely either a roof leak or a condensation problem with one of the ducts (or something else entirely that you don't know is there?). It's also possible for the leak to be elsewhere above the ducts and this is just w
Wallpaper can leave behind a messy residue that’s impossible to paint over. However, by following a few steps, painting your walls after removing your wallpaper is doable. Consider the following tools and steps to get started
In my house, there are maybe three or four outlet boxes and switch boxes where there was damage done to the drywall surrounding the box at some point. There are no structural or electrical issues (well, none that I haven't already fixed at least—some
Inexpensive or Mobile: This is a rented place, I don't want to spend too much money into this if I cannot move/reuse the materials to a new place. So, my questions are, which material is best for my use case? Steel cage with plywood walls? or Steel c
We just bought a house and were pulling some nails left over from what was probably crown moulding. The nails had been painted over and some of the paint came off with the nails. I peeled off a bit more to see if I could find a good place to sand and
1 First thing you need to do is decide on a "path" that you want the wiring to take throughout your home. Remember that in most cases the wall studs will be placed vertically, floor to ceiling. Ceiling joist positions vary from builder, house, code e
Waterproofing Just look at you! Sitting there with a hole in the wall of your shower. What are we gonna do with you? If you do not happen to be sitting there with a hole in the shower of your wall read How to Build a Niche for your Shower – Part 1 an
The answer is different between a structure supported by brick and a brick faced (brick veneer) wood structure. It also depends if you want the door flush with the brick or inset from the brick. The jamb extensions address the situation where the doo
The answer to this question depends on how the existing ceiling is constructed. Ceilings are often made with dry wall material that is nailed or screwed directly to the bottom of the overhead joists or rafter stringers. In this case there is little t