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  • I have been laying bricks for nearly 8 years now. When i first picked up a trowel i didn't have a clue how to use it, the people who were supposed to be teaching me were too busy with their own work so for a few months i struggled along trying to...

    Basic Bricklaying and Cement Mixing for Beginners

    Basic Bricklaying and Cement Mixing for Beginners

    by Fuller_legend27

  • If you paint for a living, having the best tools reduces labor and work time. Check out these five house painting tools I use for interior and exterior painting.

    5 House Painting Tools Every Painter Needs

    5 House Painting Tools Every Painter Needs

    by Matt G.1

  • Building a gas fire pit seems an onerous task for a do-it-yourself (DIY) full or partial project. That is, until you unlock your skepticism and ignite your curiosity to learn more about the topic.

    How to Build a Gas Fire Pit

    How to Build a Gas Fire Pit

    by hardscape2

  • Hate the trouble of getting out an air compressor, then fighting with an air hose? The best cordless nail gun can save your arms and your ears while delivering all the power you need.

    The 5 Best Cordless Nail Guns

    The 5 Best Cordless Nail Guns

    by Will Apse8

  • Woodscapes is a Sherwin Williams fence and siding stain, available in a water-based and oil-based option. Check out my review to learn more about Woodscapes acrylic stain.

    Sherwin Williams Woodscapes Stain Review

    Sherwin Williams Woodscapes Stain Review

    by Matt G.0

  • Heart pine is the wood from old growth trees and is no longer available. Flooring made from these trees has unique colors and patterns. Learn how to care for and restore yours to keep them beautiful.

    Restoring and Maintaining Antique Heart-Pine Floors

    Restoring and Maintaining Antique Heart-Pine Floors

    by Marye Audet11

  • If you have traditional wooden fascia boards on your eaves, then they will need maintenance at some time or another. It's not so terribly hard. Here's some tricks and traps, described and photographed.

    Eaves and Fascia Board Repair: How (Not) to Fix Them

    Eaves and Fascia Board Repair: How (Not) to Fix Them

    by Doc Snow18

  • The numbers and letters on the head of your key always mean something. Here is a brief guide to the most common meanings of the numbers and codes.

    What Do the Numbers on My Key Mean?

    What Do the Numbers on My Key Mean?

    by Tom Rubenoff29

  • A guide to painting brick siding on your home. Considerations, and a general how-to guide. Covers the essential steps and information to successfully paint your house.

    How to Paint the Exterior of a Brick House

    How to Paint the Exterior of a Brick House

    by paintingToronto2

  • Painting varnished wood involves thorough prep work to get a durable, professional finish. Check out these tips for prepping and painting over stained and varnished wood.

    Tips for Painting Varnished Wood

    Tips for Painting Varnished Wood

    by Matt G.0

  • A friends daughter whose wedding I sewed and organized a few years ago came over last night with her 'Hubby'... saying that the deal on the house they had bid on had been accepted. The young couple was in seventh heaven. Their first house was a...

    Common Drapery Terminology---Basic Window Treatments Explained

    Common Drapery Terminology---Basic Window Treatments Explained

    by Zsuzsy Bee22

  • How to install or replace a light switch, including 2 way, 3 way and 4 way switches. Easy to understand instructions for the homeowner doing their own home repairs.

    Installing or Replacing a Light Switch

    Installing or Replacing a Light Switch

    by Dan Harmon13

  • Many older homes have been painted so many times that the paint becomes a series of thick layers. Humidity, moisture and time have a way of causing these layers to separate and bubble. Eventually it will start cracking and chipping. When this...

    How to Fix Bubbled and Cracked Paint Before Painting Walls

    How to Fix Bubbled and Cracked Paint Before Painting Walls

    by C.S.Alexis30

  • SuperDeck is a Sherwin Williams stain available in multiple finishes. Read my review to find out if the waterborne deck stain is worth the money or not.

    SuperDeck Stain Review

    SuperDeck Stain Review

    by Matt G.0

  • Technicians troubleshoot malfunctioning electric baseboard heaters before replacing anything. Troubleshooting isolates the exact fault and helps determine which part has failed.

    Troubleshooting an Electric Baseboard Heater

    Troubleshooting an Electric Baseboard Heater

    by Bert Holopaw3

  • Is NeverWet good for waterproofing your clothing, furniture, and outdoor planters? Possibly not, but it certainly has other uses!

    Uses for NeverWet by Rust-oleum

    Uses for NeverWet by Rust-oleum

    by jellygator7

  • So, you have pets...more specifically dogs...and you are looking at the best flooring options if you own pets. Which do you choose? Hardwood? Bamboo? Laminate? Carpet? I recently had to do a ton of research on hardwood floors and what type of...

    Best Pet Friendly Flooring Options for Dogs

    Best Pet Friendly Flooring Options for Dogs

    by ManHubber20

  • The goal you are probably trying to accomplish with your outdoor security lighting is to make your home safer from unwanted intruders, right? A dark home is a vulnerable home! Security lighting around your home gives you much more of a chance to...

    10 Tips to Maximize Your Outdoor Security Lighting Efforts!

    10 Tips to Maximize Your Outdoor Security Lighting Efforts!

    by Cyberskies4

  • If you’re like me, you don’t even know what the parts inside a toilet are called. All you know is, it is taking all your strength to push that little handle that flushes the toilet. What’s up with that? If your toilet has suddenly become...

    Help! Why Is It so Hard to Flush My Mansfield Toilet?

    Help! Why Is It so Hard to Flush My Mansfield Toilet?

    by SaraleeEtter39

  • Measure from the back wall behind your toilet to the toilet bolt. The toilet bolt is the bolt that sticks up from the floor through the porcelain on the foot of the toilet, usually covered by a cap. The job of the toilet bolt is to help create a...

    Trade Secrets for a Professional Toilet Installation

    Trade Secrets for a Professional Toilet Installation

    by Rob S4

  • Here is a comprehensive list of what not to put down the drain (and why), as well as the correct use of the garbage disposal, and how to maintain it, clean it, deoderize it, and de-grease it.

    What Not to Put Down the Garbage Disposal or Drain

    What Not to Put Down the Garbage Disposal or Drain

    by Kathryn55

  • Replacing an exterior door isn't like it used to be, back when you built your jambs from scratch and hung the door itself with elaborate care. In fact, it's very possibly within YOUR reach--especially with this illustrated guide!

    Exterior Doors:  How (Not) To Install Them

    Exterior Doors: How (Not) To Install Them

    by Doc Snow8

  • Sewer lines are one of those things we don't think about until something goes wrong. You start noticing the problem when you hear gurgling noises from the toilet, or when water drains more slowly than usual, or when a smelly sinkhole appears in your...

    Dealing with a Broken Sewer Line

    Dealing with a Broken Sewer Line

    by VictoriaNeely136

  • Staying cool during the summer in an apartment is especially challenging if you don't have air conditioning. Fortunately, there are a few easy ways to reduce the temperature in your apartment.

    How to Cool an Apartment Without Air Conditioning

    How to Cool an Apartment Without Air Conditioning

    by cactusbythesea3

  • Sooner or later everyone will have to replace a blown fuse; description of types of fuses and tips on changing different styles of fuse.

    How to Replace a Fuse in a Fuse Box

    How to Replace a Fuse in a Fuse Box

    by Dan Harmon6

  • Roofing your own home can save you a lot of money. It is a physical job but, with the invent of newer materials and a little know how, the work can be accomplished by a "do it yourselfer". It does take physical ability and two or three people who...

    "Do It Yourself" Steel Paneled Residential Roofing

    "Do It Yourself" Steel Paneled Residential Roofing

    by C.S.Alexis29

  • Find out the many awesome ways the Empire Protractor can be used to make measuring angles a breeze. This tool is truly underestimated.

    How to Use the Empire Protractor

    How to Use the Empire Protractor

    by NiaG7

  • Painting aluminum siding is easy, using the right tools and preparation. Check out my tips on how to paint aluminum siding with an airless sprayer.

    Tips for Painting Aluminum Siding

    Tips for Painting Aluminum Siding

    by Matt G.1

  • Carpeting was a fad in the 60s and 70s. What homeowners covered is a grade of wood that is now impossible to find. Refinishing these old wood floors will improve your home's look and health. Read why.

    How to Refinish a Hardwood Floor

    How to Refinish a Hardwood Floor

    by LiamBean6

  • Some easy tips on removing caulk and lessening your cleanup time while effectively removing all caulk residue.

    Tips on Neatly Removing Caulk

    Tips on Neatly Removing Caulk

    by Jared Zane Kessie6

  • Whether you’re planning on installing a floor or simply calculating how much you need to budget for, you can determine how much tile you need. For a wall project, the steps are the same.

    5 Steps to Calculate How Much Tile You Need

    5 Steps to Calculate How Much Tile You Need

    by versatileflooring9

  • Priming is crucial when prepping the surface for paint. Check out this article to find out the best primer for kitchen cabinets.

    Best Primer for Kitchen Cabinets

    Best Primer for Kitchen Cabinets

    by Matt G.0

  • Here is a simple and economical way how to keep your water tank cool in hot summer. Keeping water tank cool in summer is really a challenge but with this simple procedure, things would be much better.

    How to keep your water tank cool in summer

    How to keep your water tank cool in summer

    by Asif42

  • Frosted window film is used for many reasons.  One popular use is to give homeowners more privacy by either covering a portion of a window or a glass front door with privacy frosted window film, for example. This prevents nosy passers-by from...

    How to Apply Frosted Window Film

    How to Apply Frosted Window Film

    by SusanWesty2

  • The PEX tubing and brass ball valve are sweating substantially in a basement that the building owner wants to finish but can not until this issue is corrected. ARS Construction In hot summer months, it is not uncommon to find the pipes sweating in...

    When Pipes Sweat:  Causes and Cures For Sweating Pipes

    When Pipes Sweat: Causes and Cures For Sweating Pipes

    by Energy Guild4

  • This is not a guide to help people break into someone's house, but what it will do is help you make your PVC door more secure.

    How Secure Is Your PVC Door?

    How Secure Is Your PVC Door?

    by Martin3

  • Venetian Plaster is a faux finish technique that gives walls a vintage plaster appearance that really shimmers with light. Learn how to do this simple technique.

    How to Venetian Plaster

    How to Venetian Plaster

    by Marye Audet28

  • Hot and neutral supply power to an appliance, so why the need for a "ground" wire? Well basically it's included for safety reasons. This article explains how it all works....

    What Is the Ground (Earth) Wire For?

    What Is the Ground (Earth) Wire For?

    by Eugene Brennan19

  • A basic guide for the homeowner who would like to know the pros and cons, and the installation methods of the different types of faucet supply lines.

    Faucet Supply Line Types and Installation

    Faucet Supply Line Types and Installation

    by Bert Holopaw1

  • A breakaway screw lets you break it off at the length you need, but how do you break a breakaway screw?

    How to Break Breakaway Screws

    How to Break Breakaway Screws

    by Shasta Matova13

  • Sherwin Williams provides quality interior and exterior paints and stains at reasonable prices compared to other paint brands. Read my Sherwin Williams paint reviews for paints I frequently use.

    Sherwin Williams Paint Reviews

    Sherwin Williams Paint Reviews

    by Matt G.8

  • My design concept and build of timber frame conservatory with cedar wood cladding and roof tiles. Self-build low budget, key stage step by step guide e.g. recycled windows and laying cedar wood tiles

    How to Build a Timber Frame Conservatory

    How to Build a Timber Frame Conservatory

    by Arthur Russ4

  • DIY guide to changing your own locks, including an explanation of common lock types and the basics of how to replace cylinders and get new keys.

    How to Change Your Lock Cylinder

    How to Change Your Lock Cylinder

    by Tom Rubenoff37

  • How do we keep our homes warm during the cold winter months? Heating a house which is not fully insulated can mean loss of heat and energy. There are a number of ways to keep warm indoors. Some are inexpensive and quite simple.

    How to Keep Your Home Warm Without a Heater

    How to Keep Your Home Warm Without a Heater

    by Emma Kisby25

  • PEX tubing is a growing trend in plumbing today. These PEX tubes won't freeze, rust, or spring surprise pinhole leaks. It helps that PEX is cheaper and easier to install than other plumbing methods!

    PEX: The Answer to Your Plumbing Pipe Problems!

    PEX: The Answer to Your Plumbing Pipe Problems!

    by M.S. Ross14

  • Painting kitchen cabinets is a project that calls for only the best paints that are going to last and look great. Read my two reviews about kitchen cabinet paint from Sherwin Williams.

    Best Kitchen Cabinet Paint From Sherwin Williams

    Best Kitchen Cabinet Paint From Sherwin Williams

    by Matt G.9

  • Sometimes your desk, chair, or bed is just too low to be comfortable or safe. You don't have to buy new furniture. A good set of bed risers is an affordable and effective solution.

    Tips on Using and Choosing Bed Risers

    Tips on Using and Choosing Bed Risers

    by Christine Mulberry3

  • Instructions on how to fix a broken door frame. A DIY job that can be accomplished by most homeowners for little cost, door frame repair is well worth checking into doing it yourself.

    How to Fix or Replace a Broken Door Frame

    How to Fix or Replace a Broken Door Frame

    by Dan Harmon25

  • This is an easy to follow step-by-step guide to installing your new peel and stick vinyl tile flooring yourself, no matter what your skill level. I did it, and so can you!

    How to Lay Peel-and-Stick Vinyl Tile Flooring

    How to Lay Peel-and-Stick Vinyl Tile Flooring

    by Sherry Hewins17

  • CHB is an interior Sherwin Williams paint often used for painting ceilings and newly constructed homes. Read my review to find out if CHB paint is a good product or not.

    Sherwin Williams CHB Paint Review

    Sherwin Williams CHB Paint Review

    by Matt G.0

  • Flat roofs have been a daunting task for contractors and homeowners alike since they were invented. They are hard to waterproof, hard to maintain, and hard to insulate. For today's purposes, we will stick with the insulation issue. In order to...

    Insulating a Flat Roof

    Insulating a Flat Roof

    by Energy Guild38

  • Detailed instructing by choosing, installing and wiring a GFCI outlet. Written by an electrician for the homeowner doing their own work.

    How to Install a GFCI Outlet

    How to Install a GFCI Outlet

    by Dan Harmon7

  • How to install a light fixture as well as how to wire that same light fixture. Written by an electrician that has installed thousands of fixtures.

    Installing and Wiring a Light Fixture

    Installing and Wiring a Light Fixture

    by Dan Harmon29

  • Planning to repair peeling paint in your home? Learn how to fix the flaking paint problem on your walls or ceiling. See how to remove the old paint, prepare the surfaces, and repaint them.

    How to Fix Peeling Paint on Your Walls or Ceiling

    How to Fix Peeling Paint on Your Walls or Ceiling

    by Januaris Saint Fores0

  • Window treatments for sliding glass doors are not always easy to pick out when decorating your home. A slider is usually a large part of the room and choosing a window treatment should not be a rush decision.

    Window Treatments for Sliding Glass Doors

    Window Treatments for Sliding Glass Doors

    by 197414

  • How to install an over the range microwave oven. Installing a microwave isn't difficult, but here are some tips for potential problems and their solutions.

    How to Install an Over-the-Range Microwave

    How to Install an Over-the-Range Microwave

    by Dan Harmon10

  • A guide to painting stairs in your home. Tips on how to plan the project, and steps to follow for a great finish using paints and stains. Information provided by a professional Toronto painter.

    How to Paint and Refinish Your Stairs

    How to Paint and Refinish Your Stairs

    by paintingToronto11

  • In need of a new electrical panel? Want to brush up on some electrical know-how for a DIY project? Check this out for some history, some facts, and a bit of technical jargon.

    Choosing Electrical Panels

    Choosing Electrical Panels

    by ChrisF6110

  • Directions and tips on how to check various fuses to see if they are blown.

    How to Test a Fuse

    How to Test a Fuse

    by Dan Harmon5

  • A wall stud is simply the vertical frame inside a wall. For homes wall studs are usually wood. Having a damaged stud can be a problem since this can weaken a wall greatly. There are some easy ways to mend broken studs. Though the biggest concern...

    Wall Stud Repair

    Wall Stud Repair

    by DingoCyber6

  • There are both pros and cons to marmoleum,flooring. Is it the perfect option for your home or a complete nightmare that you will regret for years?

    Pros and Cons of Marmoleum Flooring

    Pros and Cons of Marmoleum Flooring

    by Marye Audet19

  • Leaky outdoor spigots can be easy to fix for do-it-yourselfers. If you don't like to spend money where you could figure it out for yourself, then this article is for you.

    How to Replace an Outside Water Spigot

    How to Replace an Outside Water Spigot

    by watergeek14

  • Apartment Living is something that many believe everyone should experience, if only once. While you don't have some of the luxuries that you'd enjoy in your own home (a yard, for example), most apartments have perks of their own. These can include:...

    Living High VS Lying Low:                                     Deciding Which Floor Is Best For You

    Living High VS Lying Low: Deciding Which Floor Is Best For You

    by mickmanson0

  • This hub explains how to install a toilet paper holder in a bathroom. Using this step by step guide you can complete the installation of your new holder in about 20 - 30 minutes. The hub also explains the proper height for mounting the bath tissue holder on a wall.

    How to Install a Toilet Paper Holder in a Bathroom

    How to Install a Toilet Paper Holder in a Bathroom

    by Sam Kear5

  • How to wire 3 way light switches, with wiring diagrams for different methods of installing the wire between boxes. Detailed instructions and wiring diagrams.

    How to Wire a 3-Way Switch: Wiring Diagram

    How to Wire a 3-Way Switch: Wiring Diagram

    by Dan Harmon68

  • A toilet that seemingly flushes itself, also known as phantom flushing, is a common problem. Addressing this problem may require replacing the flapper, flush valve, or flush valve gasket.

    How to Fix a Toilet That Flushes by Itself

    How to Fix a Toilet That Flushes by Itself

    by Tidbitz3

  • Painting staircase spindles is easy when you use the right tools and paint. Check out these tips to help you get the job done professionally.

    Tips for Painting Staircase Spindles

    Tips for Painting Staircase Spindles

    by Matt G.0

  • No hot water? Don't call the plumber quite yet. Take a moment to troubleshoot because there are several minor issues that are easy to fix.

    DIY Plumbing:  No Hot Water!

    DIY Plumbing: No Hot Water!

    by Mrs. Menagerie19

  • Painting the exterior of a two story house can be quite a daunting project. We rented a boom lift for the upper story. It was the best way to get at the high peaks and those areas where it would be difficult to negotiate the pitch of the roof.

    How to Paint the Exterior of a Two Story House

    How to Paint the Exterior of a Two Story House

    by Sandi2

  • Learn how to easily identify and fix problems with your bathtub drain stopper. Avoid paying expensive service fees to call out a plumber! Follow these instructions to find out how to unclog a bathtub drain or, if necessary, how to replace your bathtub stopper.

    How to Fix Problems With Your Bathtub Drain Stopper

    How to Fix Problems With Your Bathtub Drain Stopper

    by Cloverleaf16

  • The theory and practice of door closer adjustment, with steps and detailed instructions to adjust the swing of your hydraulic door closer.

    How to Adjust Your Door Closer

    How to Adjust Your Door Closer

    by Tom Rubenoff205

  • This guide shows you how to wire a UK style, standard 3-pin plug and select the correct fuse. These basic principles can be applied to wiring plugs from other countries, only the colours are different

    9 Easy Steps to Wiring a Plug Correctly and Safely

    9 Easy Steps to Wiring a Plug Correctly and Safely

    by Eugene Brennan1

  • It doesn't take more than a few hours to replace a porch column. This tutorials will walk you through the process step-by-step and give you tips and tricks on how to prevent some of the more common errors that occur during this process.

    How to Replace a Load Bearing Porch Column or Post

    How to Replace a Load Bearing Porch Column or Post

    by Everyday Green0

  • If your wood floor is looking worn and in need of repair and refinishing, you can do it yourself much less expensively than hiring it done. As long as you understand the process and the tools used you can successfully refinsh your wood floor and increase the value of your home.

    Step By Step Illustrated Guide to Refinishing Wood Floors

    Step By Step Illustrated Guide to Refinishing Wood Floors

    by Marye Audet31

  • Painting oak cabinets is an inexpensive way to modernize an outdated kitchen. Check out these helpful cabinet painting tips.

    Tips for Painting Oak Cabinets

    Tips for Painting Oak Cabinets

    by Matt G.17

  • The house I live in is not my "dream house." The floor plan is just okay, and it sure would be nice to have one more bedroom. We're not moving any time soon though, so I've been taking steps to transform my house into a place I really love. Instead...

    Bring New Life To Your Walls With Paint

    Bring New Life To Your Walls With Paint

    by shawna.wilson23

  • Many old French houses have issues with damp. Some of these issues relate to humidity in the home and can be easily dealt with, but rising damp is a serious underlying problem which needs addressing.

    Rising Damp: How to Recognise It and What to Do

    Rising Damp: How to Recognise It and What to Do

    by Annabelle Johnson10

  • With some simple tools, a little effort and a few safety precautions, building a fieldstone fire pit is a weekend DIY project that your family and friends will enjoy for many years to come.

    How to Build a Fieldstone Fire Pit

    How to Build a Fieldstone Fire Pit

    by Anthony Altorenna158

  • You only need a few simple supplies to help you remove a wallpaper border without damaging your walls. See the step-by-step instructions below.

    How to Remove a Wallpaper Border

    How to Remove a Wallpaper Border

    by chrissieklinger15

  • This article explains how to save money by replacing an old well point, that has become eroded over the years.

    How to Drive a New Well Point

    How to Drive a New Well Point

    by James Bowden15

  • One of the more common bends made in electrical conduit is the offset bend - this page of a comprehesive conduit bending guide describes how to bend an offset using multipliers.

    A Conduit Bending Guide on How to Bend an Offset

    A Conduit Bending Guide on How to Bend an Offset

    by Dan Harmon13

  • Instructions for how to stain a hardwood floor. It's not as difficult as you may think! Learn how to remove ugly old carpeting, sand a hardwood floor & apply wood stain for a beautiful shiny finish.

    How to Stain a Hardwood Floor in 5 Steps

    How to Stain a Hardwood Floor in 5 Steps

    by Ashley Bergin12

  • Cross ventilation can clean your home's air, save you money and is easy to create without spending money. Start breathing cleaner air and saving money today.

    How to Cross Ventilate Your Home

    How to Cross Ventilate Your Home

    by Dan Robbins4

  • Hair clogs in your shower drain? Try these easy ways to keep shower drains from clogging with hair and soap scum. Cheap and easy ideas to avoid plumbing bills!

    How to Keep Shower Drains from Clogging

    How to Keep Shower Drains from Clogging

    by Virginia Kearney9

  • Heating and cooling a room with vaulted or high ceilings as well as how to better cool and heat the second floor of our homes are very commonly asked questions about our HVAC system. Find out a few options and tips you may try to use to help you accomplish a more comfortable environment efficiently.

    Efficiently Heating and Cooling Homes With High Ceilings & Rooms

    Efficiently Heating and Cooling Homes With High Ceilings & Rooms

    by Dan Robbins17

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