Use safety brackets to secure heavy furniture to the wall and prevent accidental injury to children.
It’s easy to replace an old, scratched door handle and lockset with a new model that is sized and handed to match your current lockset.
With a little planning and a handful of common tools, a system can be installed and working in no time.
Replacing the flush valve is an easy, efficient way to stop leaking and save thousands of gallons of water per year.
Replace old washing machine hoses with stainless-steel ones to protect against leaks and deterioration.
There are a number of ways to secure a curio shelf to a wall. Installation methods may vary but should not affect the degree of difficulty.
Clearing a blocked sink drain requires only few basic tools and a little elbow grease.
Outdoor faucets can develop leaks over time. Repairing or replacing the faulty parts will require a few standard tools.
Hanging a picture is an easy do-it-yourself project with a couple hanging options.
Attaching heavy-duty industrial shelves to concrete or cinder block walls requires special tools and fasteners.
Replacing a toilet is an easy job that requires basic tools and skills and can usually be accomplished in under an hour.
Replace an existing single-handle faucet with a new model that matches your sink configuration.
Repairing a dent or damaged corner in a textured wall is easy with a texture patch kit.
Chipped and damaged wall edges are ugly but easy to repair with a little joint compound and a smooth, sanded finish.
Settling cracks can be easily repaired and sanded for a smooth finish.
Repair a textured wall using a texture patch repair kit and some simple tricks to blend it into the existing finish.
Installing a solid wood door enhances the look of your home and helps with soundproofing.
A new wood door will require a new lockset. Simple tools and accurate measurements make installing your own lockset an easy job.
There are many causes for sticking doors. Investigate the symptoms and find a method to bring your sticky door back in line.
Finished walls begin with drywall that is level and smooth. Simple tricks will help you hang drywall like a pro.
Smooth, taped seams give walls a finished look. Whether you use paper or adhesive tape for your walls, the taping and finishing methods are the same.
A professional drywall finish has smooth seams and corners. A few tricks will help you to finish your drywall corners like a pro.
Properly driving and finishing the screws that hold drywall in place gives a smooth look to new walls.
Plumbing or electrical work can leave a hole in drywall. With a few simple techniques, you can repair the hole so it’s invisible when finished.
Sliding doors can stick in their tracks, making them difficult to open and close. If debris in the tracks isn’t your problem, you may need to replace the rollers.
Weatherstripping is an easy way to block cold or hot air from entering the home around doors, windows and electrical plates.
Bifold doors are the perfect solution for closets, laundry areas, and tight spaces where swinging doors won’t work.
It takes only a few tools and some mortar to make an old brick wall look like new.
Squeaky floors are often caused by one of three problems. Learn what’s causing your noise and how to fix it.
Replace a broken windowpane with new glass.