You might be surprised to find these home improvement products offer free 2-day shipping at prices less than retail.
Don’t let the manufacturer trick you into spending $300+ for a new projector lamp.
If you have empty-wall syndrome in one of your spaces, consider this low-cost DIY project. You’ll end up with a useful mirror in a position where a side window would normally be placed.
Contrary to popular belief, radon mitigation can be a simple DIY project. The ability to measure radon levels quickly and inexpensively allows you to gauge your success.
If you are getting frost build-up in your freezer, there’s a good chance you have a bad rubber door seal. You can fix this yourself easily for about $6 and 5 minutes of your time.
Creating a closet shoe rack in under 10 minutes may seem a bit unrealistic. But if you’re willing to do a little repurposing, you can save time and money.
Make a beautiful bathroom vanity from two nightstands. Join them together, modify the drawers and nobody will ever know that you built it yourself!
Your HVAC company might do a great job relocating your baseboard radiators, but they likely won’t patch the hole in your floor. Here’s a quick how-to.
If your lawnmower battery didn’t survive the winter, don’t give up on it just yet. It may make a full recovery with a little help.
This guest post by MPD Hook & Loop makes you wonder – do I really need a TV in every room of my home? A little Velcro goes a long way…