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Fixing a garbage disposer is often a simple home repair. Tap here to learn how to do it safely. Key takeaways – Never reach into the disposal’s chamber with your hand; use tongs to safely remove any clogged material – Avoid putting stringy food waste—such as celery, artichokes, or corn husks—in a disposal
A fresh coat of paint—or a new color—is an easy way to give your home an instant makeover. Whether viewed by visitors at close range or neighbors from a distance, an attractive entry door makes a house more interesting and inviting.
Hanging a new TV may seem like the perfect weekend DIY project. But lifting and mounting 65-inches of expensive electronics on a wall isn’t as easy as it looks. Finding the right hardware to install your device—then hanging it safely and at the proper height—takes some know-how. If you’re set on doing it yourself, follow our step-by-step guide, then sit back and enjoy the show.
Replacing door weatherstripping is an easy and affordable task you can do yourself. Check out two ways to seal an entry door by clicking here.
Whether your home uses gas, oil, propane, or electricity, there are ways to save money on your energy bill that won’t give you the chills. From fixing drafty doorways to replacing aging furnaces, Click the link to check out these 13 proven strategies for lowering your cost (and use) of energy.
From tightening a loose screw in a cabinet hinge to fixing a sticky lock to silencing a squeaky door, check out these inexpensive fixes for 11 troublesome household issues. Follow these step-by-step tutorials nearly any homeowner can follow. Most of them require basic materials available in hardware stores, home-improvement centers, or online. By doing some of the most common home-repair jobs yourself, you’ll save money and have the satisfaction that comes from caring for your own living space.