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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 71 months ago in Home Repairs | +28 votes | 13 comments
How to locate and reduce sources of moisture inside the home by repairing plumbing leaks, insulating attics, caulking, or adding exhaust fans.
Published by Daniel Snyder 81 months ago in Home Repairs | +19 votes | 3 comments
If you have ever expected to use some old paint for a touch up but have been disappointed when you opened the can to find a lumpy mess. This article will provide useful information for storing paint, caulk, and drywall compound so that you can use it after it has been opened. Remember to look at the expiration dates on these materials before you buy them so that you get the longest life out of your purchase.
Published by Daniel Snyder 73 months ago in Home Repairs | +17 votes | 3 comments
Prepping your lawnmower for storage will save you from some expensive repairs come spring.
Published by Jerry Walch 92 months ago in Home Repairs | +17 votes | 8 comments
Replacing a broken clothes dryer belt is an easy project that can save you a $100 service call.
Published by Jerry Walch 92 months ago in Home Repairs | +16 votes | 5 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 93 months ago in Home Repairs | +16 votes | 8 comments
There are several ways to reduce your electric bill this summer without reducing comfort levels. Simple strategies and changes to your everyday habits can have a big impact on your utility costs. Here are some tips for saving money this summer. This article will discuss phantom loads on electronic equipment, programmable thermostats, and appliances.
Published by Daniel Snyder 70 months ago in Home Repairs | +15 votes | 1 comments
How to repair loose formica or high pressure laminate countertops with contact cement.
Published by Daniel Snyder 81 months ago in Home Repairs | +15 votes | 4 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 92 months ago in Home Repairs | +15 votes | 5 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 76 months ago in Home Repairs | +14 votes | 8 comments
How to identify and reduce exposure to hazardous conditions and materials while performing home repairs, maintenance, and renovations.
Published by Daniel Snyder 77 months ago in Home Repairs | +14 votes | 4 comments
How to replace an air conditioning condensate pump with a safety overflow switch.
Published by Daniel Snyder 83 months ago in Home Repairs | +14 votes | 3 comments
Gutters and downspouts are an important building system component to take rainwater from the roof down to the ground level without damaging the area around the house. Improper maintenance can cause large amounts of water to enter the structure at the roof or eave or at the foundation and into the basement. Water damage can become a serious problem if not corrected quickly that can lead to wood rot and mold. This article will provide some key areas to inspect and corrective actions to take to ke...
Published by Daniel Snyder 73 months ago in Home Repairs | +13 votes | 4 comments
Refrigerator ice makers are simple appliances to understand and to repair.
Published by Jerry Walch 92 months ago in Home Repairs | +13 votes | 4 comments
The August installment for home inspections and repairs for the do-it-yourselfer including plumbing drains, dryer vents, testing GFCI outlets, and disaster preparedness.
Published by Daniel Snyder 94 months ago in Home Repairs | +13 votes | 3 comments
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