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Salad greens are easy and quick to grow and take up little space, making them a perfect addition to any garden and an excellent beginning gardening project for children.
By Kim Willis
Caulking is used for sealing gaps, most often for practical purposes: eliminating drafts around windows and doors, sealing tubs and sinks, and so on.
By Carina MacDonald
When temperatures drop, winter pond maintenance is necessary. 
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There are many benefits to garage conversions. A garage conversion doesn't require expensive foundation work or changes to the footprint of the house.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
Medicine cabinets should be cleaned out every 6 to 12 months. This process includes clearing it out, checking all supplies and medicines, cleaning, sorting, organizing and replenishing as needed.
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Have you made a list of garden supplies? If you have, then it's a good start. But is everything you need to start the garden season on that list? Here are some kid-friendly garden supplies that should be on every kid gardener's list.
By Katina Mooneyham
What is mulch? Mulch should not be confused with compost or other soil amendments. Where compost is mixed into the soil to lighten soil composition and add nutrients, mulch rests on the surface of the soil.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
Growing radishes allows you the opportunity to enjoy a crisp and colorful vegetable in your home-grown cooking endeavors.
By Julie Knapp
What is melamine, and how can it kill you? The answer might shock the innocent reader.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
Is there so much clutter in your garage that you don't even know what it holds? Are your cars almost afraid to spend the night inside, assuming they can still fit find room to get in?
Natural swimming ponds may be replacing the swimming hole in a nearby creek or lake that you remember from childhood or the neighborhood swimming pool.
By Jan Goldfield
A ground fault circuit interrupter may save your life if an electrical device falls in water.
By Rebecca Mikulin
Keep your oven in good repair, and it will reward you with years of chocolate chip cookies and holiday feasts.
By Minnie Chatterfield
Do you cringe when guests come over and see your kitchen? Does your kitchen look like it is trapped in the seventies? Perhaps it is time for a kitchen update. You can easily, and cheaply, transform your kitchen into a showcase.
How does a wind turbine create electricity? It's simpler than you might guess.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
Painting doors may seem like a tedious task, but with the right tools and some helpful tips, you will be painting doors like a pro in no time.
By Carina MacDonald
Painting vinyl siding is a less expensive alternative to replacement siding.
By Angie Pollock
Insulation is essential for creating energy efficient homes. There are four types of insulation currently used in residential construction: loose fill, batts/blankets, rigid foam and spray foam.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
A septic system is designed to collect household wastewater. Septic system maintenance not only reduces threats to human health and the environment, it can save you money. ...click here for more.
By Angie Pollock
Your Moroccan inspired bedroom doesn't have to be the work of a home decorator. Try to do it yourself.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
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