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Bob Tacke, an expert at The Family Handyman, will show you the proper way to cut down a tree using a chainsaw. After watching this video, you will be able to make any tree fall where you want it to.
If you've never used a circular saw, The Family Handyman editor, Jeff Gorton will get you started. He will show you how to adjust the depth and set the bevel angle. These two adjustments will allow you to make any number of straight and bevel cuts.
Tom Baker submitted this video in one of The Family Handyman's video contests. He will show you why you should wear a helmet when sanding hardwood floors with a belt sander.
The Family Handyman editor, Elisa Bernick shares hints and tips for container gardening to ensure you have beautiful, healthy potted plants.
The Family Handyman Senior Editor, Travis Larson, shows you the right way to reseed a bare spot in your lawn.
The Family Handyman editor, Jeff Gorton, share some tips on how to choose the best circular saw blade for whatever job you are doing. After you watch this video you will be able cut wood, tile, brick, and even steel with your circular saw with the right b
Is your circular saw blade dull? The Family Handyman editor, Jeff Gorton, tells you the signs of a dull saw blade and how to change the blade on your circular saw.
The Family Handyman editor, Jeff Gorton, will share tips that will keep you and your fingers safe when using a circular saw.
The Family Handyman editor, Travis Larson, will show you the features that make this garage storage system truly adaptable and unique. With this system you will be able to change it up to store all your stuff easily.
There are two schools of thought on connecting wires with wire nuts. The Family Handyman editor, Rick Muscoplat, will show you the way that the wire nut manufacturers recommend. Let the wire nuts to the twisting for you.
Installing a toilet is a lot faster and cheaper than hiring a plumber. The Family Handyman editor, Les Zell, shows you how to install a toilet yourself and share tips to avoid mistakes and expensive service calls.
Cutting drywall is easy and only requires a few tools. The Family Handyman editor, Mark Petersen, will show you how to cut drywall perfectly straight for a perfect fit every time. The better the installation, the easier it is to tape and mud.
Fixing a chipped piece of veneer isn't as hard as you think. The Family Handyman expert Kevin Southwick, will show you how to make a perfect patch using Quickwood to repair damaged veneer.
You can use a tape measure for more than just measuring. The Family Handyman Senior Editor, Travis Larson will show you clever ways to use a tape measure to save time on your next project.
A biscuit joiner will help you make strong, fast and accurate joints. The Family Handyman DIY expert, Spike Carlsen, will show you how to use a biscuit jointer to get perfect joints.
The Family Handyman automotive expert, Rick Muscoplat, will show you how to measure tire tread on your vehicle so you'll know when you need to replace your tires.
The Family Handyman carpentry expert, Mark Petersen, will show you how to properly mark a board before cutting it on a miter saw.
The Family Handyman editor, Jeff Gorton, will show you how to make wood plugs for countersunk screws match perfectly.
The Family Handyman carpentry expert, Mark Petersen, will show you how to cut boards that are wider than what your miter saw was designed for.
If your router bit isn't cutting as cleanly as it used to, this video is for you. You don't need to go buy a new one because The Family Handyman Senior Editor, Gary Wentz, will show you how to sharpen your dull router bit. Read more about routers and learn router basics.