Securing your wavy piece of wood onto a perfectly square guide board is the key to safely ripping it in a straight line.
Quickly make a subfence out of scrapwood and Super Glue for precision cutting of trim and cabinet parts.
Plywood and ripped-down studs provide solid backing to create drywall arches.
How to pull off this tricky detail without callbacks
Remodeling experts Doug Horgan and Tom Johnston demonstrate the methods and materials they use to keep every surface in a client's house clean and safe.
No math, no measuring–just a simple jig made from an elastic band is all you need to layout a good-looking deck railing.
Kiley, Rob, and Patrick learn about wool insulation and repairing storm damage before taking listener questions on accurate bidding, improving the aesthetics of solar panels, and rebuilding cantilevered decks.
A DIY extension handle works well for window cranks that can't be operated from the ground.
Whether or not you need plywood underlayment under engineered wood flooring depends on the condition of the original subfloor.
Static electricity, "leaky" dimmer switches, or one of several sources of electromagnetic radiation may be to blame for occasional flashes of light from fluorescent fixtures that are switched off.
Make a simple pocket for keeping several bits handy by wrapping a piece of a bicycle inner tube around the base of your cordless drill.
This homemade rack conveniently holds small workpieces when working up high.
A drink cup beats a pile of rags if you need to temporarily plug a plumbing drain pipe when replacing a toilet.
A specialty woodcarving tool works better than the typical utility knife does when cleaning up molding joints.
Masking tape and solvents are the key to a clean bead of sealant.
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