Seal Foam With Foam - Basement or crawl space rim joists are a major source of energy loss in a house, so it's well worth the effort to add insulation and seal any cracks and gaps. A good DIY approach is to cut rigid foam insulation to fit between the joists. Cut it about 1/2 in. undersized so it's easy to fit in. Shim the rigid foam in place with little chunks of foam. Then fill the space around it with expanding foam. Don't forget to caulk or foam the joint between the sill plate and the…
Make own table; great website! Plans for coffee table too! Patio furniture on the cheap? 2x4x8 ft. lumber is $4 ea. @ Lowe's = $20 total for lumber for this table + stain, poly, screws, circular saw...hrrm. Would the top be flat enough for stuff to not fall over when placed on top?
Turn your unfinished basement into beautiful, functional living space. Framing basement walls and ceilings is the core of any basement finishing project. Learn how to insulate and frame the walls and ceilings, build soffits, frame partition walls and frame around obstructions.
Most dryers can't be pushed up against the wall due to the dryer vent so why not build a shelf to cover the gap. Not only does it add more storage but it also keeps items from falling behind the washer and dryer