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Dishwasher Buying Guide

Save water and energy with the hardest-working appliance in your kitchen - the dishwasher. Our buying guide helps eliminate the guesswork for easy shopping.

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Remove a Bathroom Mirror

Before remodeling a bathroom with a new vanity mirror, you have to get rid of the old one. Here's how to remove a glued-on mirror quickly and safely.

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Repair Tile Grout

Repairing tile grout is an easy, inexpensive do-it-yourself project that can give your kitchen or bathroom tile a fresh, new look.

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Replace a Foundation Vent

Good crawlspace ventilation circulates fresh air through the crawlspace. For the best results, open vents in the summer and close vents in the winter.

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Simple Concrete Repairs

Moisture and temperature extremes can damage concrete floors, walks and structures. Fortunately, you can make simple concrete repairs yourself.

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Mix Concrete by Hand

When you only need to anchor a post or patch a patio, mixing small batches of concrete can give your project all the strength of ready-mixed products.

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Install or Replace a Ceiling Fan

Ceiling fans are a great way to keep your home comfortable year-round. Learn how to replace an existing fan or light fixture with a new ceiling fan.

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Kitchen Faucet Buying Guide

Whether you’re replacing an old faucet or something new in a remodeling plan, there are a few things to know before the water starts to flow.

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Midwest Gardening: Step on the Grass

Lush, green lawns are a signature of Midwestern gardens. Fall is the best time to give them the care they need to look great and do their job in the landscape.

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Mountain Gardening: 6 Steps to Get Your Garden Ready for Spring

Spring cleaning isn’t just for indoor spaces. After a long winter, gardens need a good scouring, too. Here are six ways to prepare your landscape for spring.

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Install a Door Sweep

Installing a door sweep is a quick and inexpensive way to save energy all year long.

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Weather Strip Your Doors

Doors and windows in your home can allow air leaks even when they are closed. Weather stripping is easy and it can keep energy costs down.

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Choose a Home Air Filter

Choosing the right air filter for your heating and cooling system can make a big difference in the quality of air circulating throughout your house.

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Install a Mailbox

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.

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Clean Your Deck, Patio Furniture And Grill

Does your deck or patio need a little spring cleaning? Here are 3 tips in 30 seconds to help spruce up your outdoor space.

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