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If you have a question about fixing anything around your house, Your DIY Answer Guy can answer it.

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.

In order to help you succeed with speed, please upload a few photos to help me better understand your specific circumstances.

  • (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.