There’s more than one way to clean a sink drain, especially if you want the method to be as efficient as possible. While baking soda and vinegar are effective cleaners, if it’s been a while since you last cleaned the sink, they might not be enough. Here’s our guide to deep-cleaning your drain.
Replacing old or broken windows can cost a lot out of pocket — but so can the rise in your energy bills if the windows are damaged and not properly insulated. You can reduce the cost of a window replacement by removing the window yourself. Follow this step-by-step guide for how to remove a window.
Applying epoxy to a cement floor can give your garage a clean, finished look, all while preventing water and mold damage. It's also a pretty straightforward installation process. Follow these steps for how to epoxy a garage floor.
Tile floors can look polished and sophisticated. Lucky for you, tile installation is also a relatively easy project that can be accomplished by the novice DIYer. So, what are you waiting for? Follow this step-by-step guide on how to tile a floor.
Wainscoting’s fancy look is not so difficult to achieve. You can find all the materials you’ll need for installing wainscoting at your local home improvement store. If you can operate a circular saw and a nail gun, you can get the job done on your own. Here’s how to install wainscoting.