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How To Install Shelving with Flair!

Shelving is a great way to add both functionality and charm to any room of your home. Wall shelves are perfect additions for helping you stay organized and showcasing your personal treasures.

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How to Unclog a Drain

We've all stared at a stubborn, cloudy puddle of water in our sink and thought, "Now what?" Anyone with indoor plumbing has come face to face with a clogged drain. Luckily, fixing a clogged drain and avoiding one in the first place is simple. Before you call the plumber or spend money on a harsh drain cleaner, read this.

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How to Install a Ceiling Fan

We love ceiling fans: they offer style, lighting, and energy savings all in one package. Installing one is a project that will appeal to your practical and romantic sides at the same time.

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Do It Yourself Or Go Pro?

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So, you've finally decided to change that dated faucet in the kitchen. It can be scary to think of changing it yourself but these days-now that DIY has become such a rallying cry-paying a plumber seems silly. Still, you feel stuck between your ugly faucet and your lack of know-how.

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Repairing Large Holes in Your Window Screens

Holes in your window screens aren't just ugly, they're annoying. Learn how easy and inexpensive it is to repair holes and even replace the entire screen.

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Repairing Medium Holes in Your Window Screens

Holes in your window screens aren't just ugly, they're annoying. Mosquitoes, flies, bees will eventually find their way into your house. Whether you're afraid of West Nile Virus or nasty bites that drive you crazy, a screen with holes is literally an open invitation to flying foes.

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How To Fix a Small Drywall Hole

Everyday life leaves its reminders on our homes. If your family room walls are starting to look like Swiss cheese, relax, you can fix them in minutes.

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How To Install a Light Fixture

If you really want to make an impact in a room, there's one project that will instantly add the "umph" factor you're looking for: install a new light fixture!

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How To Replace a Toilet Seat

Replacing a toilet seat is one of the simplest home improvement tasks ever.

First things first: close the old seat and lid on the toilet to access the bolts at the back that fasten the seat onto the toilet bowl. If necessary, pop off the plastic caps that cover and protect the bolts. You can use your flathead screwdriver to lift these plastic caps off the toilet (don't worry about breaking them since you're getting rid of that seat anyway).

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