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If the hinge screws have broken out of a particleboard door and taken chunks of...
Although more vent is generally better, replacing a turbine vent...
Wood foundations are durable if engineered properly and assembled correctly, using foundation grade pressure treated wood and corrosion-resistant fasteners.
We'll show you two ways to fix a loose seam in a vinyl floor. They're simple DIY projects that you can do in just a few minutes. So stop tripping over that loose seam and making the problem worse. Pick up the supplies at a...Read more»
Black streaks on shingled roofs are a common, though mysterious sight. While not immediately damaging, they can prematurely age shingles. Here’s what they are and what to do about them.
Looking for a simple expansion that’ll give you more space in your home? A new dormer in a cramped, underused attic might just be the ticket. It'll create the additional headroom you need to make a comfortable living space--an extra...Read more»
Building codes specify allowable sizes and locations for holes and cuts in studs. Here's a handy guide to those requirements that will keep your building standing tall.
Stop that cold draft coming in around windows and doors by removing the trim and sealing the airflow permanently. It takes a little work, but you'll save energy and money all year long.
Removing wallpaper before painting is a tough job, but it doesn't have to be terrible. Learn how to make it go quicker and easier—and how to make sure you end up with walls that are smooth and clean.
Rent special carpet stretching tools and restretch loose or wrinkled carpet quickly and easily.
We demonstrate the technique in four steps; you don’t have to hire a pro.
Learn how to hang pictures, heavy mirrors, keyhole shelves and quilts so that they're always straight, level and rock solid, no matter where you put them.
An annual garage door tune-up helps ensure reliable, quiet operation and safety. Each step of the tune-up takes 10 minutes or less and is worth it to keep your garage door in good working order.
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