When installing interior drywall, a high-quality wall adhesive can help you get the job done faster ‐ and better.
Nails and screws alone are often not enough to keep a deck safe, let alone beautiful, over time. When you're building a deck with wood or composite lumber,* supplementing nails and screws with the right LIQUID NAILS® construction adhesives is an easy solution.
Your outdoor projects are your most visible, so how good they look and how well they last is a huge reflection on you. When your work looks good longer than most, it's practically advertising. Have people asking for your contact information by following these quick and easy construction adhesive tricks that your competitors may not even consider.
For any construction adhesive or caulk, drying or curing time depends on a number of factors.
Occasionally you may wish to separate objects bonded with LIQUID NAILS® Brand construction adhesives, such as two boards, two bricks, or in some cases, two of your fingers! There's no one adhesive remover that works for everything, but here are some tips for getting out of the stickiest situations.
When it comes to installing exterior molding and trim, LIQUID NAILS® Brand Heavy Duty Construction Adhesive is one of the simplest ways to save time and actually creates a better finished product in the process.
If you are installing brick veneer indoors, you do not need to use mortar. As long as your wall is relatively flat in spaces like fireplace surrounds and kitchen backsplashes, you can use a construction adhesive instead.
Beautify your customers' landscapes and prevent erosion with a durable retaining wall up to three layers of substrate high. Landscape block and wall adhesive are all you need.
The perceived quality of a wall is determined partly by its sound deadening abilities. Luckily, there is an easy and low-cost solution.
Tileboard and decorative paneling are not just for bathrooms anymore. With a wide variety of designs and patterns available, today's homeowners are choosing tileboard and decorative paneling to transform rooms throughout their home. For example, many wish to recreate the look of early 20th-century tin ceilings with tiles of plastic or metal paneling.
Most adhesives are either latex or solvent-based. Latex adhesives cure when the water in them evaporates. Solvent-based adhesives cure when the solvent in them evaporates. But there's a third kind of adhesives, called moisture-curing adhesives, which cure by reacting with moisture in the air or the substrate.
When building an outdoor kitchen island, many people choose to use a wood frame and stone veneer. Although a wood frame is obviously much lighter than a frame made of concrete or actual stone, there are steps you can take to help make it almost as sturdy.
After a severe storm, some types of damage are more obvious than others, but it's important to find and repair what you can quickly to keep it from getting worse.
One of the many challenges in residential construction is working with adhesive on frozen lumber. This typically occurs when installing subflooring to joists, and improper installation techniques can lead to long-term issues like floor noise. Here are some tips for working with construction adhesives when the temperature drops.