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  1. How to Tile a Bathroom Part 1/4

    Source:Re:Fine

    This Re:Fine video shows you how to tile a common bathroom.

  2. How to Install a Double Hung Window Conversion Kit

    Source:MonkeySee.com - Home

    In this video, Andersen Windows’ Brian Gunderson shows you how easy it is to convert older double hung windows to new, more energy efficient windows using a pre-ordered conversion kit to replace older windows with more energy efficient technology.

  3. Introduction to Energy Efficient Windows

    Source:MonkeySee.com - Home

    In this introduction video you will learn more about how to select energy efficient windows.

  4. Rating Systems for Energy Efficient Windows

    Source:MonkeySee.com - Home

    In this video, Andersen Windows’ Brian Gunderson talks about the numbers behind energy efficient windows. Numbers can get confusing. Here you’ll learn about rating systems for windows and doors and what you should look for when choosing energy efficient window and door products.

  1. How to Install Basement Windows and Satisfy Egress Codes

    We'll show you all the how-to steps you need to install a basement egress window, from cutting a hole in the basement wall to framing the opening to setting the window. Doing the project yourself can save you more than $4,000. The egress window will not only allow natural sunlight to enter your dark basement, it will provide a safe escape route for you and your family during a fire or other home emergency.

  2. Perfect Trim on Doors, Windows and Base Moldings

    These DIY tips will help you get tight-fitting joints on doors, windows and base moldings, even if your walls are less than perfect. We'll show you how to adjust your cuts so the trim fits together on out-of-square corners and wavy walls. Get out your miter saw and follow these steps, and you'll ...

  3. Simple Window Trim and Door Trim

    Tradition window and door trim looks more complicated than picture-framed trim, but it's actually simpler and more forgiving. It also hides uneven walls and jambs better.

  4. How to Build a Garden Shed Addition

    This spacious cedar garden shed has tons of storage space for lawn and garden tools plus shelves for supplies, a potting bench and windows. It's close at hand too, since we attached it to a garage wall. An outdoor overhang shelters the potting bench. Or use it as a parking place for the barbeque. The inexpensive barn sash windows let in plenty of light and ventilation, so you can easily find what you need or even work inside. Anyone with a green thumb, energetic kids or a big yard will love it.

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