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  • Tune Up Your Toilet

    Tune Up Your Toilet

    Even if your toilet is structurally sound, there are a few easy and cost-effective changes you can make to supercharge your most-used bathroom fixture. From increased efficiency to eco-friendly upgrades, toilet tune-ups are the unsung, underrated weekend DIY projects that make a huge difference in your home and quality of life.

  • Rehab and Strip Metal Hardware Without Harsh Chemicals

    Rehab and Strip Metal Hardware Without Harsh Chemicals

    You can use any number of harsh and dangerous chemicals to remove paint from your metal hardware, but there’s a safer method that saves you money, as well. Just reuse an old appliance that’s likely gathering dust in a cupboard and your metal hardware will look like new, literally overnight.

  • Pimp My Garage: The Once Barren Room Goes Full Tilt

    Pimp My Garage: The Once Barren Room Goes Full Tilt

    Your garage may be a dirty, sticky place sometimes, so it’s easy to understand why imagining it as an indoor space is difficult. However, lots of homeowners are transforming theirs into gyms, game rooms, theater spaces and more. Instead of leaving clutter to pile, they’re adding cabinetry designed to take some punishment and even heating and cooling systems that work in small spaces.

  • Safety First: Top 5 Dangerous Things You’d Never Do, Right?

    Safety First: Top 5 Dangerous Things You’d Never Do, Right?

    Safety should be your number one priority when completing a project, but it’s easy to get caught up in the moment. Daydreaming about the finished project, worrying about the concerns of the day or just plain old not being in the right headspace to be working with power tools or dangerous materials can all put you at risk when working on home improvement projects.

  • Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Gravel

    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Gravel

    Whether you’re considering repaving your driveway, adding a decorative touch to your flower beds, a new patio or are looking to make a permanent footpath on your property, it pays to learn all about gravel.

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