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  • 5 DIY Projects You Can Do Yourself and 3 You Shouldn't

    5 DIY Projects You Can Do Yourself and 3 You Shouldn't

    If you're good with your hands, DIY projects around the house can be a fantastic way to improve your surroundings while saving a bit of cash.

  • Repainting Your Basement

    Painting your basement is going to be a little more complicated than, “Oh, I’ll just slap a few coats of paint on everything.” You’ve got to know what color is best to use and you also need to be sure that your basement walls and the floor are waterproof - actually, this is the most important step when repainting your basement.

  • Retiring That Old Deck? Tips for a Better 2.0

    Retiring That Old Deck? Tips for a Better 2.0

    The deck itself - the part you do stuff on, party, lounge, and play - can be made of all sorts of different materials. Plastic, PVC, or composite (a combination of materials like plastic and wood fibers) are all viable options to construct your deck with.

  • Power Tool Safety Review

    Power Tool Safety Review

    The thing about power tools is that if used improperly, they can be host to a cavalcade of hazards. They can kick up harmful dust, splash around dangerous liquids, fling debris, fall, or fly out worker’s hands. If an unsafe electrical connection is used, then the user can suffer potential injury.

  • LED Lighting Projects You Can Do This Weekend

    LED Lighting Projects You Can Do This Weekend

    LED lights can be pretty quick and easy to install. They’re much better for the environment than incandescent and fluorescent lighting. In fact, they’re up to 80% more efficient and only waste up to 5% of energy as opposed to fluorescent lights which only uses about 5% of the energy they make as light and 95% of it as heat.

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