All posts tagged "caulking"
Show Notes: Foundations, Gaps and Cracks
Is your homes foundation going south when it should be going north? Are there gaps and cracks in your baseboards and doorways? Do you need an idea for a quick DIY now that you have an extra...
- Posted March 12, 2017
Caulking Can Be An Easy Project
19 great tips before you start Spring is home improvement time. Generally speaking, this falls into major categories such as: spring cleaning, lawn and garden work, maintenance and repairs, upgrades and the usual list of accumulated small things....
- Posted February 20, 2017
Tip of the Day: Caulking Tube Hang-ups
Here is one quick, money-saving tip that will help you fix up and improve your home. All from the award-winning On The House Tip of the Day. http://www.onthehouse.com/tip_audio/2016/2016-12-05.mp3
- Posted December 5, 2016
Tips: A “Plantly” Reminder & Other Tips
UNDECORATING — SAFELY As you wind down from the holiday season and your thoughts turn to taking down all of your holiday decorations, and as you begin preparing for what next year has to hold, don’t forget “safety first”....
- Posted November 23, 2016
Caulking a Little and Wasting a lot?
Did you ever have a tube of leftover caulk or adhesive that dried out and had to be thrown away? Caulking – especially the silicone kind – can get really expensive – $6 a tube and more....
- Posted August 28, 2016
Caulking: An Ounce of Prevention Can Keep Your Home from Rotting
Homes move. And when they move, gaps can occur near window and door frames, at concrete foundations, where brick meets siding and about a thousand-and-one other areas in and around a home. Gaps can start out small...
- Posted May 22, 2016
Quick Tips on Yard Parties, Caulking and Coffee Filters
In this hour, The Carey Brothers discuss quick ways to get your yard party ready, a conversation with Sashco and their great caulking products, plus a quick tip: Coffee filters. Darci Kunard – Sashco http://www.sashco.com
- Posted May 21, 2016
Caulking Can be a “Mini” Project
Spring is home improvement time. Generally speaking, this falls into major categories such as: Spring Cleaning, Lawn and Garden Work, Maintenance and Repairs, Upgrades and the “Honey-do List” of accumulated small things. Deciding what to do (and...
- Posted March 4, 2016
Is Your Home Air Tight? [Infographic]
How to make your home air tight 11 areas of your home that can have drafts, plus additional benefits of proper sealing of your home. Via Farmers Insurance
- Posted January 2, 2016
Improve your home’s energy efficiency this fall with these smart winterizing tips
Cooler temperatures and shorter days can only mean one thing — winter is on its way. January and February are typically considered the coldest months in the Northwest, Northeast and Midwest regions of the United States. It...
- Posted November 16, 2015