I know because I’ve been in the building trades for over four decades.
I’ve acquired a wealth of knowledge and a uncanny knack for knowing what to look for before starting a home improvement project as well as the solutions to solve your problems in the mist of a project.
No more extra trips to the local hardware or home center only to get vague responses from inexperienced employees.
No more wasted money buying the wrong tools and supplies.
Submit your question about your do-it-yourself project along with a few photos so I can better understand the issue you’re facing and I will answer your question.
Think of it as a house call, without anyone having to come to your house.
- (1) Wide view shot of the entire project/problem area.
- (1) Close-up view.
- (1) Alternate angle.
A couple photo tips
Try taking photos with and without the flash — sometimes the flash is too bright and you can’t see enough detail.
Place a small, common object (like a pencil or ruler) next to the area in order to show scale.