Instead of trying to hide your home’s problems, you should address significant issues before putting your home on the market. Learn about problems you shouldn’t try to conceal and should consider fixing.
The best exterior caulk for your home depends on areas you will be sealing, the material you want to bind, the size of the gap you need to fill, and whether the caulk needs to be paintable or in a pre-made color. Most importantly, the product you choose needs to be high quality if it’s going to protect your home.
Concrete provides a sound foundation for homes and is perfect for patios, walkways and, driveways, but this durable material can still be damaged by weather and time.
Learn how to tell when a foundation crack might indicate a serious structural problem—and when you can repair it easily yourself, and then rest easy.
Concrete surfaces are built to last, but sometimes you need to intervene to make sure they stay as good-looking as they are hardworking.
Pouring concrete yourself may save you money and build your skills, but without proper equipment and attention to detail, the results can look far from professional.
While concrete's cool, industrial aesthetic is a go-to design touch in modern homes, its density and strength are.
Ask This Old House host Kevin O'Connor explains the differences between three popular masonry materials.
Whether you're building a new house or remodeling a cherished older property, the product choices you make are critical to the long-term enjoyment of your home.
Year-end 2013 financial numbers for Superior Walls of America show a 19 percent growth for the company over 2012.