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.
Replacing your home's mercury thermostat with a programmable unit will rid the home of dangerous mercury and help save on heating and cooling costs.
Exposure to temperatures below 20 degrees can cause pipes to freeze and break. A few simple steps can help protect pipes from freezing or defrost them when they do.
Interior doors can become damaged, difficult to operate or old-fashioned compared to the rest of the décor. Replacing an interior door is a one-day project for one or two people.
Outlets should be checked periodically for wear, cracks or other signs that they should be replaced.
A dimmer can be an energy-efficient alternative to a regular light switch.
Wood decks can weather, crack and splinter. Use these steps to replace a damaged deck board.
Crown molding adds a touch of elegance to a room. Before installing, make practice cuts to gain confidence.
Repairing chipped or cracked stucco is an easy project, but you'll need to set aside a few days to complete it.
Old windows have counter-weight ropes that can weather and break. Replacing these ropes is necessary for proper window performance.