41 quick DIY tips that we learned in July 2015. A good collection of plumbing, drywall and woodworking tips, among others.
Now that we have our tools, materials and cuts done, we continue creating our beginner flower boxes with Part II – the assembly.
Beautiful flower boxes that can be built relatively quickly with a more limited skillset and a modest set of tools.
It goes for soldered connections just as much as clamped tubes or Sharkbites – the more it moves, the more prone it is to leaking.
Two quick tips to fix and prevent wood splits, along with other woodworking, painting and even some plumbing tips that we’ve gathered over the past 2 weeks.
We know that David Hasselhoff would pay a contractor to remove a shrub or bush from his yard but the rest of us usually take care of something like this ourselves.
Our very first DIY Tips collection. We hope to continue this effort, providing quick, easy to understand tips that will add to your overall knowledge as a do-it-yourselfer.
Have you’ve ever been crazy enough to stand on top of a ladder, holding a chainsaw with one hand stretched high above your head as the blade shreds a tree limb thicker than a caveman’s neck? If you answered “yes”, read on. There is an easier, and much safer way. This method doesn’t involve any gas-to-oil […]
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.