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DIY & Home Improvements can sell a home more quickly and within a budget. You will find some home repairs that will direct you how to make your home ready for the real estate broker to take your pictures and move closer to showing your home. Decorating and replacing appliances are all discussed for the home owner to learn.
Published by Roberta Baxter 76 months ago in Home Repairs | +28 votes | 13 comments
Have you ever wondered how refrigerators work? We take our fridges for granted. This article explores the history and the engineering behind modern day refrigerators. It gives the reader a little insight into one of the most important household appliances on the market today. The consumer gets a little understanding of the internal workings of this kitchen appliance in hopes of making better consumer choices.
Published by carol roach 79 months ago in Home Repairs | +7 votes | 12 comments
How to check to see if your refrigerator water dispenser is malfunctioning due to a blockage, frozen water lines, or a bad water valve or solenoid.
Published by Daniel Snyder 87 months ago in Home Repairs | +10 votes | 12 comments
How to use and install Excess Flow Valves on your home's natural gas or propane lines to prevent destructive gas leaks and explosions that can happen during earthquakes and accidental ruptures.
Published by Daniel Snyder 80 months ago in Home Repairs | +14 votes | 8 comments
You can easily install a frameless mirror with mirror clips or mastic depending whether or not you want to see the mounting hardware or not.
Published by Daniel Snyder 89 months ago in Home Repairs | +7 votes | 8 comments
Prepping your lawnmower for storage will save you from some expensive repairs come spring.
Published by Jerry Walch 97 months ago in Home Repairs | +17 votes | 8 comments
Christmas tree light strings can now be repaired in less than five minutes with a cool new tool, the LIGHTKeeper Pro.
Published by Jerry Walch 97 months ago in Home Repairs | +16 votes | 8 comments
Home Improvement Planning and Cost Saving Tips.
Published by Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay) 105 months ago in Home Repairs | +8 votes | 8 comments
Spring is here. The snow is melting, and the ground beginning to thaw out. This is that time of year when some basements will begin to spring leaks, and your thoughts turn to basement waterproofing. When it comes to waterproofing your basement you have two options—interior or exterior waterproofing. There are several methods or approaches to each of those options and which approach will work best for you will depend on several factors: Where you live; how your basement walls and foundation a...
Published by Jerry Walch 78 months ago in Home Repairs | +10 votes | 7 comments
The rule that “There is no exception to the rule that every rule has an exception,” does not apply where the DIY enthusiast is concerned. There are four cardinal rules of DIY that should be violated: (1) The DIY mantra of “Safety First, always safety first;” (2) Plan carefully before starting any project; (3) always work with a helper; and (4) use the money you save to buy quality tools, equipment, and supplies.
Published by Jerry Walch 77 months ago in Home Repairs | +12 votes | 6 comments
Caulking, like painting, really is an art, but it is an art that anyone can learn with a little knowledge and with a little practice. Right along with learning what materials and techniques to use for ay given situation, you must develop patience. Patience truly is a virtue when caulking, because caulking is not something that can be rushed, it takes time to run a bead neatly and correctly.
Published by Jerry Walch 77 months ago in Home Repairs | +8 votes | 5 comments
There are so many things we don't know about our fridges. The truth of the matter is that we have had them all of our lives, yet must people cannot say how they work. When buying an appliance it is always best to know the working of the appliance in order to truly get the best appliance for our hard earned dollar. Then once we have the appliance, there will always be new questions that will emerge. Consulting the manual is a most for proper appliance maintenance and repair.
Published by carol roach 79 months ago in Home Repairs | +4 votes | 5 comments
We take our refrigerators for granted but the truth of the matter is that people can buy replacement parts and avoid trashing their refrigerators or calling in a repairman in many cases. To be able to fix or replace certain parts of your appliance you do have to have a basic minimal understanding of the physics behind how your appliance works. This article attempts to list the various parts you may need and to give you a basic understanding. The consumer is encouraged to seek a professional h...
Published by carol roach 79 months ago in Home Repairs | +1 votes | 5 comments
Sparkplugs have a story to tell if you know how to interpret their language. Being able to read their story will help you diagnose the condition of any internal combustion engine.
Published by Jerry Walch 96 months ago in Home Repairs | +15 votes | 5 comments
Replacing a broken clothes dryer belt is an easy project that can save you a $100 service call.
Published by Jerry Walch 97 months ago in Home Repairs | +16 votes | 5 comments
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