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  • How to Reorganize Your Home

    How to Reorganize Your Home

    Before you can organize, you must know about everything you have to tackle. The average American home has 300,000 items — that's a lot of stuff. Start by opening drawers, cabinets and containers. Once you have a grasp on how much you own, you can make informed decisions on what to do with each item.

  • Make Your Hardwood Floors Look New Again

    Make Your Hardwood Floors Look New Again

    Repairing hardwood flooring really depends on how bad the damage is. If the damage is very deep, you can either replace the plank or opt for hiding the damage with rugs or furniture. If the damage is relatively shallow, then you’ve got a number of options at your disposal.

  • Things to Do Before You Install a New Door

    Things to Do Before You Install a New Door

    Ok, so you want to install a door - old or new - doesn’t matter, the point is, you want to install a door and you want it to be done right. That’s great, but how exactly do you go about doing that? Well, as it turns out, there’s plenty of things you need to be sure of before the door itself is even installed.

  • Seeding Your Garden for Spring - In Winter!

    Seeding Your Garden for Spring - In Winter!

    You may think that you need to wait until spring to do any real gardening, but the truth is, you can garden all winter long! Some plants are hardy enough to thrive even in frosty soil. Others can be grown indoors during the cold season and then transplanted as soon as the cold breaks.

  • You may think that you need to wait until spring to do any real gardening, but the truth is, you can garden all winter long! Some plants are hardy enough to thrive even in frosty soil. Others can be grown indoors during the cold season and then transplanted as soon as the cold breaks. A few types of plants can be grown right in your garden, provided they have frost protection.

    Creating a Custom Closet

    Closets are the perfect place for beginning DIYers to test their skills. Most closets and closet configurations require you to cut materials in a straight line. You’ll need to know very little beyond how to measure, mount materials so they stay and ensure they’re level.

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