Bifold doors are the perfect solution for closets, laundry areas, and tight spaces where swinging doors won't work.
Plumbing or electrical work can leave a hole in drywall. With a few simple techniques, you can repair the hole so it's invisible when finished.
Sliding doors can stick in their tracks, making them difficult to open and close. If debris in the tracks isn't your problem, you may need to replace the rollers.
Weatherstripping is an easy way to block cold or hot air from entering the home around doors, windows and electrical plates.
A new wood door will require a new lockset. Simple tools and accurate measurements make installing your own lockset an easy job.
Settling cracks can be easily repaired and sanded for a smooth finish.
Repair a textured wall using a texture patch repair kit and some simple tricks to blend it into the existing finish.
Chipped and damaged wall edges are ugly but easy to repair with a little joint compound and a smooth, sanded finish.
Finished walls begin with drywall that is level and smooth. Simple tricks will help you hang drywall like a pro.
Smooth, taped seams give walls a finished look. Whether you use paper or adhesive tape for your walls, the taping and finishing methods are the same.