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Cutting large holes in tile, like for a shower valve, can be challenging.
Mounting towel bars, shower doors and other bathroom accessories often require drilling holes in tile.
If you have a small drywall job to do, there is no need to buy or rent a rotary tool to cut around electrical boxes.
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Watch as our tile expert explains how to plan your tile layout for professional-looking results.
What are rabbets and how can you use a dado blade on a table saw to create them?
This is the easy way to get tight-fitting joints on inside corners.
Cutting drywall is easy and only requires a few tools.
Many amateurs think of grouting as the easy part of a tile job. But grouting can make or break a tile job. Not only can poor grouting destroy the looks of fine tile work, it may fail later.
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Installing plastic laminate isn't that scary once you've tried it a time or two.
The Family Handyman editor, Jeff Gorton, will show you how to make perfectly straight cuts with a circular saw.
The Family Handyman DIY expert, Spike Carlsen, will show you how to cut construction grade plywood and finish grade plywood with a circular saw.
You don't have to be a professional carpenter to trim out a window with perfect miters on every corner. Watch, learn and add trimming a window to your list of DIY skills.
This homemade paint booth is easy to build, inexpensive and versatile.
Check car tire pressure regularly to save money on gas and wear on your tires.
Watch this video and learn how to make picture frames with eight flawless mitered corners in less than an hour!
Do you know what to do when you have a flat tire? Even if you've fixed a flat tire before, watch this video for tips that'll make the job easier and safer. If you've never changed a flat tire on a car, watch and learn.
Create a deck with hidden fasteners instead of face-nailing it, and you'll get a smooth, clean finish.
Learn how to make this solid, multipurpose sawhorse work table.