Wood window in poor condition with condensation on the inside due to a leak

Needing window repairs can be a stressful and headache-inducing experience. Luckily, you can repair your windows on your own if the damage isn’t too extensive. Take a crack at it with our guide to window repair.

a worker cutting plastic pipes for a water supply pipe

Working with PVC pipe on a DIY home-improvement project? Learn how to cut PVC pipe properly using one of these three common methods.

Photo of a man holding a basin wrench next to a kitchen sink

When it's time for a new kitchen faucet, your first instinct might be to call a plumber — but installing a faucet is actually quite simple for the average do-it-yourselfer with just a little know-how and an hour or two of work. Our step-by-step guide will tell you everything you need to know about how to install or replace a kitchen faucet.

Man installing new pool liner on a concrete inground pool

As anyone who’s owned a home with a swimming pool can tell you, pools are a wonderful addition to your backyard oasis — but they also require lots of upkeep. Among these maintenance-and-repair checklist items is your pool liner, which can cost from $1,000 to $3,400 to repair or replace.

wall thermostat

Just like any other system in your home, your thermostat will need to be replaced at some point — so not only will you want to know what to expect in terms of thermostat replacement and installation costs, but what types are available and when to buy a new one.

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