Surfaces & Systems
The surfaces and systems of the house are the life center of your home. These do-it-yourself project videos detail how to do electrical work, drywall, plumbing, electrical and lighting repairs, masonry, tiling and painting and other home upgrades, installations and repairs.
These how-to videos include everything from big update projects to tips and techniques that will make your home repairs easier and less expensive.
Related ArticlesView All
Outdated popcorn ceilings can be easily hidden beneath decorative foam ceiling tiles.
If the kitchen is the most-used room in the house, then you can probably say that the kitchen cabinet is the most-used thing in that room. With time and repeated cleanings, they can end up looking pretty shabby. Here is an easy way to refinish your cabinets.
Ready to organize your kitchen? Install sliding-shelf kits that you purchase, cut to size, and install in your kitchen cabinets for extra storage and easy access to items at the back. The kits join with dove-tailed sides and a tray bottom that is secured with screws.
Trim Puller is engineered for repair or remodel projects where you need to remove trim and don’t want to damage your walls. It’s the perfect tool to make a frustrating task a smooth process.
If you love crown molding but have been put off by the thought of hammers, nails, compressors, hoses and nailing guns, then polystyrene crown trim could be just what you’ve been looking for.
Rain, dirt and sunlight all take their toll on any wooden deck. Over time, things can get pretty ugly. Despite the fact that your deck may look like a goner, chances are, you can bring it back to life in just a few hours.
Quickly and Easily Hide Popcorn Ceilings with PVC Tiles
Ron Hazelton answers all your questions and demonstrates How to Patch a Hole in Drywall.