Quantcast

All posts tagged "diy"

  • Best Step Ladder
    Best Step Ladder – You Choose

    Are you in the market for a new step ladder?  If so then beware, you might be surprised at how many choices you’ll be confronted with when choosing the best step ladder.  Here’s a little info to...

    • Posted August 14, 2011
    • 2
  • Nominal Lumber Size
    Nominal Lumber Size Dimensions and Conversion Chart

    In a way, it has always disturbed me that the lumber industry can’t come up with a simple format for measuring their product.  Why can’t a 2×4 be just that, 2″x4″?  Instead I have to clutter my...

    • Posted June 11, 2010
    • 7
  • Dog urine killing grass
    Stop Dog Urine From Killing Grass

    If you research ways to save your lawn from dog urine you may get a little discouraged.  You will find many different approaches to solving the problem, but nothing that is going to guarantee you success.  Most...

    • Posted May 31, 2010
    • 3
  • How To Cut Down A Tree

    Let me get straight to the most important aspect of cutting down trees… Safety.  This is an extremely dangerous task.  If you’re a novice at operating a chain saw and your ambition is to fell a 60...

    • Posted March 22, 2010
    • 4
  • Nails per Pound

    So you’re starting a new project.  You’ve done the proper planning and have your materials list all figured out.  Amongst all the other items on your list there are some common nails, some finish nails, and perhaps...

    • Posted February 9, 2010
    • 0
  • How to Cut a Laminate - Formica Countertop
    How to Cut a Laminate – Formica Countertop

    Plastic laminate countertops are economical, durable, easy to clean, come in a wide variety of designs, and best of all are relatively simple to install yourself.  Here are some tips on how to cut a laminate counter...

    • Posted January 28, 2010
    • 31
  • Energy Efficient Window Shades

    The number one areas for heat transfer in your home are your windows.  Heat transfer includes heat loss in the winter and then heat gain in the summer.  In the winter about 10% to 25% of the...

    • Posted November 16, 2009
    • 4