Replacing a mailbox post is an easy way to spruce up the curbside appeal of the home.
Well-pruned shrubs have a natural look and are healthy, allowing for new growth.
Brown and bare spots of lawn can be brought back to life easily.
Crushed stone and masonry dust work equally well when bringing a brick path back to level.
Replace the threshold of an exterior door when it shows signs of rot or deterioration. Rotten wooden casings and the riser may need to be replaced as well.
Moving a shrub can be a relatively quick and easy project. For bigger shrubs, recruit a helping hand.
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.
It takes only a few tools and some mortar to make an old brick wall look like new.
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.