Your running toilet wastes water. Wasting water runs up your water bill. The most common running toilet culprit is a bad flapper. See how to install a new one so you can save water and money.
Do your wood cabinets look dull and dirty? But giving them back their life and luster is easy and inexpensive. Use Tom’s proven method to restore your wood cabinets with ease.
The garage door. It has its ups and downs, but when it stops, you’re down. Simple, regular maintenance is all it takes to keep your home’s largest door rolling smoothly. Get maintenance tips from this week’s QuickTip.
Roof repair may be something you leave to professionals. But, if you’re up to the challenge or replacing a shingle, do it right with these tips from Ideal Roofing’s Jim Hardwick. It’s a 60-second quicktip on roof repair.
One moment of frustration can lead to one daunting repair for your drywall. Worry no more! The fix is easier than you think and it only takes 60 seconds to learn.
It’s the tippy top of your house, and it sits there rain or shine. Your roof protects your home. Treat it right and keep your family dry by keeping a roof in the best possible shape by repairing holes. Jim Hardwick with Ideal Roofing shows us how.
That lime-coated, rusty shower head needs to go. Why wait? Out with the old and in with the new! See how to remove your old shower head and install something better.
One of the most common sink clog causes is a congested p-trap. Thankfully, clearing it out isn’t too difficult. See how you can unclog your sink drain with this simple QuickTip to clear out that p-trap.
Want a new look for your guest room but dread the thought of tearing out that old wallpaper? Why not leave it up? And paint! Rudy Escalante from Rudy’s Quality Painting shows us the secret QuickTip for painting over wallpaper.
You feed it, you water it, and just like your kids, your plant has grown faster than the national debt. And just like new clothes for your tikes, your plant needs a new pot. Mary Cummings from RCW Nurseries gives us the QuickTip on repotting your plant.