Sealing a driveway is something that any homeowner can do. It’s a beginner-level job that doesn’t require any special skills.
For a few reasons explained in the post, a good shovel is worth the very minimal investment of about $25.
A quick story on how I almost became a victim of what appears to be a common asphalt paving scam.
Utility shelving is not only a cheap way to add storage to any area of your home, it’s a very quick DIY project for any skill level.
Vinyl Lattice is an excellent way to improve your deck, porch or garden aesthetics in a maintenance-free way. The installation differs from wood lattice in a few important ways.
With the right tools and process you can transform old, peeling boards into a beautifully stained deck that will maintain the beauty of the wood and last for years to come.
I set out to strip the 30 year old paint on my front porch today thinking that, with the help of a chemical stripper, it would be as easy as erasing a chalkboard. Well, it’s not! The Paint Stripper Spray Stripper I started out with a spray stripper. This product came in a 1/2 gallon […]
Adding outlets to the bed frame gives “power naps” a whole new meaning. This requires a leap of faith in your own skill as a DIYer, to put down the saw and pick up a voltmeter. It’s not as difficult as you’d imagine, but requires an in-depth knowledge of electrical codes.
Putting drawer slides on a drawer is a two step process. I’ll break it down and explain in detail how to attach one half of the drawer slide to the drawer itself, then attach the other half to the frame.
Polyurethane is an inexpensive way to protect your wood project. We’ll explain the why’s and how’s so you get it right the first time.