Give your room a new look with a fresh coat of paint. Here are some easy techniques that will help you paint like a pro!
You might find it surprising, but following just a few simple tips can make a big difference in what you can do yourself to fix cracks and dents in walls.
New wallpaper is a simple way to transform an entire room. Here are some professional tips that will help you hang your wallpaper with confidence.
When it comes to exterior siding, there really is no such thing as maintenance-free. The good news: prep work for vinyl or aluminum is usually easier than it is for wood.
Just like any other outdoor surface, the sun will eventually fade vinyl and aluminum siding.
Painting a door is the quickest way to refresh an entrance. Here’s a practical guide to pulling off this task efficiently and with great results.
Sometimes wallpaper just brings a charm and energy to a room that a coat of paint doesn’t. However, a time-consuming but important step in putting up new wallpaper is removing the old. Here are 10 practical tips to help make this task easier.
The trick to removing graffiti is to do it as soon as possible. Most graffiti is done with paint, which is applied wet and solidifies as the paint solvents evaporate. The solubility of paint, therefore, is reduced the longer it has a chance to harden. If you remove the paint right away, you will have a good chance of succeeding.
If you need to patch a large area in a stucco wall, call a mason or stucco specialist. But if the damaged area is no more than a couple of square feet, this can easily be done by yourself. Here’s how.
Caring for your painted walls keeps your house looking fresh and vibrant for decades. Here are three tips to help you out.
Wallpapering can be difficult when you have to face corners, trimming, windows and doors. Here are some tips that should make those challenges a little easier.