A photo of a residential deck during the framing part of the construction phase

With so many potential benefits, deciding to build a deck may seem like a no-brainer. But is this a project you can tackle yourself, or is it one better fit for the pros? The information outlined here will give you a sense of the deck-building process.

DIY Vinyl Siding Installation On A residential home In The South

The process for vinyl siding installation is no walk in the park. It requires a ton of patience and some level of carpentry experience. If siding your own house sounds like the kind of project you want to tackle, read this primer on how to install vinyl siding before you dive in.

a wide shot of a White Vinyl Fence in a residential neighborhood

You’ll need the right tools and some experience using them, but vinyl fence installation is a relatively straightforward process. To make it easier on yourself, you might want to seek out a few helping hands. Here’s a step-by-step installation guide on how to install a vinyl fence.

Plumber Installing an oil rubbed shower head with Adjustable Cresent Wrench

Even though most showerheads are designed to be easily removed, oftentimes, they’re fixed tight. Here’s a quick guide to removing your showerhead — plus how to clean and replace it so it won’t get stuck again. 

Closeup of two modern black and brown metal red flag mailboxes at single family home in residential suburbs with nobody and house in background

Your mailbox must to adhere to strict federal guidelines — unless you want to get on your mail carrier’s bad side, that is. After making sure your mailbox’s size and construction meet the Postmaster General’s guidelines, all you’ll need is a few tools, materials and guidelines on how to install a mailbox. Follow these steps to get started on your mailbox installation.


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