Ep 27. DIY Privacy Wall & Pool Noodle Storage

Mud tracks

Our Question of the Week deals with a dog tracking mud into the house, and what can be done about that. (DepositPhotos)

On this week’s podcast:

• We offer some suggestions for boosting privacy on your deck.
• A homeowner has a problem with his air conditioner condensate line. We discuss a few HVAC maintenance tips.

And:
• Danny helps a homeowner with a project to build an outdoor waterproof TV cabinet. For a how-to video on this project click here.
• Joe has a Simple Solution that will have you grabbing a pool noodle next time you need to strap something to the roof or trunk of your car or truck.

Question of the Week:

Mark from Texas writes,
“I am a huge fan of your show, but am only able to see it sometimes. I love that is on Amazon Prime now! We share a privacy fence with our neighbor in the backyard. They have a dog and we have a dog that likes to run beside the fence and bark at each other.

“Of course, there are bare spots on the lawn where our dog turns around. When it is wet, our dog tracks in the mud.

“What do you suggest for making it look nicer and reducing the mud getting tracked in? I’m sure many homeowners deal with this problem.”

We suggest planting shrubs to deter the dog from running close to the fence, or add a gravel or brick path to cover those bare spots.

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Ep 27. DIY Privacy Wall & Pool Noodle Storage