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Mark Donovan of http://www.HomeAdditionPlus.com shows how to install door and window weather-stripping to save on winter energy bills.
Learn how to fix window air conditioners, using a 1969 Sears as an example.
Mark Donovan of HomeAdditionPlus.com discusses foam insulation sealant and demonstrates how to install foam insulation sealant between door and window jambs.
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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.
Want to give a dreary room a dramatic facelift? Adding window or door cornices will bring freshness and style to any room décor. They’ll hide ugly drapery rods and add a touch of custom-made detailing that makes an ordinary window or patio door look like something special. The top of the cornice can even serve as a display shelf for art or collectibles. Cornices are surprisingly easy to build, even the elegant ones you see in home magazines. Using off-the-shelf trim from the home center and a compound miter saw , anyone with simple carpentry skills can create a beautiful window or door cornice in just a few hours. Read on and we’ll show you how to select the materials, assemble the parts and attach the cornice to the wall. We’ll also share design tips to help you match a cornice style to your home’ s décor. Search online for cornice suppliers and you’ll see that you can save huge money by building your own.
Most trim carpenters don't even use a tape to trim windows . It's all done by eye, with a sharp pencil, a miter saw and an 18-gauge nailer. Here's how they do it.
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 ...
Refresh your old double-hung windows or add a touch of class to your casement windows by making your own window stools. It's easy—just follow these four steps.
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