Save water and energy with the hardest-working appliance in your kitchen - the dishwasher. Our buying guide helps eliminate the guesswork for easy shopping.
There's nothing better than knowing you're out of harm's way. These home safety tips will help keep your home safe from fire and other hazards.
From supplies to how-to instruction, Lowe's guides you easily through all of your paint projects.
Keeping your home safe is a top priority. Learn how to improve home security with lighting, motion detectors, security cameras and more.
Make this easy DIY bird house from a single pine board. Use the simple bird house plans from Lowe's to cut and assemble the bird house for bluebirds or cardinals.
Moisture and temperature extremes can damage concrete floors, walks and structures. Fortunately, you can make simple concrete repairs yourself.
In and out. In and out. Do you feel like a doorman for your pet? Learn how to install a pet door using standard tools you have around the house.
Boost your home’s curb appeal with a stylish new mailbox. Installation is relatively simple. All you need are a few hours and some basic tools.
Finding the perfect countertop shouldn't be a challenge. Learn about different types of countertops so you can find a surface that's right for your home and budget.
Good crawlspace ventilation circulates fresh air through the crawlspace. For the best results, open vents in the summer and close vents in the winter.
A brief look at what home automation means and Lowe's with some tips for creating your own smart home system.
Our short quiz helps you figure out where to start in home automation: home security, home safety, energy savings or care monitoring.
Autumn is a glorious season in Midwestern gardens. Pull on a jacket and enjoy the bright flowers, sparkling berries, and the harvest of cool-season vegetables.
Every garden needs a birdbath, and it doesn't have to be fancy. Make your own garden birdbath using three terra-cotta pots and a saucer balanced on top.
Learn how to attract birds by putting out seeds and also by growing the plants they like to eat in the Southeast