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How to Maintain a Wood Deck - Feartured

Wood decks require routine maintenance to keep up their attractive, natural appearance. Follow these easy steps to keep your wood deck looking like new, year after year.

How to Level a Brick Path

Crushed stone and masonry dust work equally well when bringing a brick path back to level.
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How to Maintain a Snowblower

Proper maintenance of a snowblower will keep it running for years. Manufacturers recommend taking maintenance steps prior to storing the machine during the summer months.
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How To Maintain A Wood Deck

How to Maintain a Wood Deck

Wood decks require routine maintenance to keep up their attractive, natural appearance. Follow these easy steps to keep your wood deck looking like new, year after year.
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How To Maintain and Tune Up a Garage Door

Your garage door is among the most complex mechanical components of your home. Therefore, yearly maintenance is important to ensuring its smooth operation and long life.
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How to Make a Compost Heap

Building and maintaining a compost heap is a great way to reduce organic waste and to make rich compost for your plants and gardens.
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How to Make a Lap Joint

Lap joints are used to make a strong joint at a place where two boards come together. Here, we'll look at three different lap joints.
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How to Move a Shrub

Moving a shrub can be a relatively quick and easy project. For bigger shrubs, recruit a helping hand.
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How to Paint a Ceiling

With the right tools and a little preparation, a ceiling can be painted without difficulty.
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How to Paint High Stairwells

Excessively tall staircase paint jobs that require scaffolding might be best left to the experts. For moderately tall jobs, a few easy steps will have the walls and ceilings looking new in no time.
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How to Patch a Textured Wall

Repair a textured wall using a texture patch repair kit and some simple tricks to blend it into the existing finish.
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How to Plant a Tree

A new tree can improve the look of a yard and add personality to a home.
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How to Prep for a New Wooden Floor

Proper preparation for a new wooden floor will result in a clean and successful installation.
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How to Prepare a Room for Painting

Preparing a room for painting will save on cleanup time and will make the finished job look professional.
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How to Pressure Wash

Pressure washing—also known as power washing—is a fast, effective way to restore siding, decking, stone and cement surfaces to their natural color and beauty.
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How to Prune Shrubs

Well-pruned shrubs have a natural look and are healthy, allowing for new growth.
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How to Remove Old Flooring

Old flooring can be easily removed to make way for new flooring. Follow the preparation steps to save on cleanup time.
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How to Remove Wallpaper

Whether you want to put up new wallpaper or switch to painted walls, removing wallpaper is a key way to give a room a fresh start.
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How to Repair a Dent in a Textured Wall Corner

Repairing a dent or damaged corner in a textured wall is easy with a texture patch kit.
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How to Repair a Dripping Outdoor Faucet

Outdoor faucets can develop leaks over time. Repairing or replacing the faulty parts will require a few standard tools.
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How to Repair a Large Hole in Drywall

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.
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How to Repair a Sticking Door

There are many causes for sticking doors. Investigate the symptoms and find a method to bring your sticky door back in line.
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How to Repair Broken Tile, Part Four

Cracked and broken bathroom tiles are easily removed and replaced. There may be water damage to the backing behind the tile, so be prepared for a longer job.
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How to Repair Broken Tile, Part One

Cracked and broken bathroom tiles are easily removed and replaced. There may be water damage to the backing behind the tile, so be prepared for a longer job.
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How to Repair Broken Tile, Part Three

Cracked and broken bathroom tiles are easily removed and replaced. There may be water damage to the backing behind the tile, so be prepared for a longer job.
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How to Repair Broken Tile, Part Two

Cracked and broken bathroom tiles are easily removed and replaced. There may be water damage to the backing behind the tile, so be prepared for a longer job.
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How to Repair Chipped Corners in Drywall

Chipped and damaged wall edges are ugly but easy to repair with a little joint compound and a smooth, sanded finish.
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How to Repair Chipped or Cracked Stucco

Repairing chipped or cracked stucco is an easy project, but you'll need to set aside a few days to complete it.
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How to Repair Cracks in Drywall

Settling cracks can be easily repaired and sanded for a smooth finish.
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How to Repair Sliding Doors

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.
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How to Repair Squeaky Floors

Squeaky floors are often caused by one of three problems. Learn what's causing your noise and how to fix it.
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