Male hands repairing old wooden windows using a hammer and a screwdriver  Repairing interior of old house  Close-up of home DIY project

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.

A freshly painted with a gray epoxy finish

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.

Person scrapes concrete at a construction site

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 attached to a wall and being prepared for paint

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.

Septic tank underground waste treatment system

You know you’re supposed to have your tank pumped every few years to prevent nasty overflows — but perhaps it’s been so long you’ve also forgotten where in the yard it’s buried. Here are three different methods you can use for how to find your septic tank.


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