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How To Find Affordable Lumber

Most DIYers suffered severe sticker shock at lumber prices during the pandemic. Here are six tips to help you find affordable lumber.

How to Customize Garage Cabinets for More Storage

Our garages are multitaskers. Vehicle storage, workshop, tool organizer and hangout space for friends and family. For this garage to...


How to DIY Laundry Shelves

Convert your dreary basement laundry into a functional, organized and finished workspace.


The Most Essential Products for New Homeowners

From cleaning supplies to tools, here's a list of everything you'll need for your new home.


Fix Wood Scratches with Walnuts

Simply rub a walnut over a scratch in wood several times. Then, with your fingers rub the scratched area. That's...

How to Build a DIY Nightstand

Learn how to build your own custom nightstand using minimal tools and moderate woodworking skills.


10 Tools and Products Made in America

From a screwdriver set to engineered hardwood flooring, here are 10 made-in-America tools and products for DIY home improvement.

DIY Dictionary: Green Treated

What does 'green treated' refer to? Green treated refers to wood that's had preservatives forced into it under pressure to...


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What to Know About Coping Trim

Here's a quick little rundown on what to know about coping trim for inside corners.


How to Make a Simple DIY Jewelry Box

Need a DIY idea for Valentine's Day? We've got you covered.


Lumber Prices Finally Fell in October (But Are Still Way Too High)

Lumber prices dropped in early October, but not nearly enough, and now home builders and lawmakers are working together to...

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12 Brilliant Uses for Your Leaf Blower

My wife and I live in the middle of a mature hardwood forest, which puts us knee deep in leaves...


Home-Made Miter Clamps

Don’t spend money on store-bought miter clamps—make your own! All you have to do is cut a couple 8-in. x...