Chipped and damaged wall edges are ugly but easy to repair with a little joint compound and a smooth, sanded finish.
Properly driving and finishing the screws that hold drywall in place gives a smooth look to new walls.
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.
Finished walls begin with drywall that is level and smooth. Simple tricks will help you hang drywall like a pro.
Repairing a dent or damaged corner in a textured wall is easy with a texture patch kit.
Replace an existing single-handle faucet with a new model that matches your sink configuration.
Replace old washing machine hoses with stainless-steel ones to protect against leaks and deterioration.
Replacing the flush valve is an easy, efficient way to stop leaking and save thousands of gallons of water per year.
It's easy to replace an old, scratched door handle and lockset with a new model that is sized and handed to match your current lockset.
Use safety brackets to secure heavy furniture to the wall and prevent accidental injury to children.