Much like the footing of a house, a well-constructed fence starts with a secure foundation. Setting your fence posts in concrete will ensure they stay put no matter what the conditions– and will remain upright for years to come.
Caulking might not be the most glamorous job out there, but learning to use a caulking gun will instantly level up your home improvement game.
While it might not be the most exciting job in the DIY catalog, removing old caulk is a necessary task if you’re going to apply new caulk to a bathtub, sink, or shower. Once caulk starts to crack and degrade, it’s time to remove it completely and replace it with a fresh bead of new caulking.
A good gate latch is the key to a functional and long-lasting gate. If you’ve ever had to deal with a sticky, rusted, or poorly fitted latch – then you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about.
It doesn’t matter how sturdy your gate is if you’ve got the wrong hinges – or don’t install them correctly. Installing your gate hinges properly can mean the difference between a flawless gate that will last for decades and one that begins to sag and fail in short order.
Installing fence posts can be an intimidating task for many folks. The thought of mixing and pouring concrete to anchor the posts can easily scare away the average DIYer. Luckily, there are several functional alternatives that will allow you to install a fence post without concrete.
A good pair of sawhorses is worth their weight in gold. No workshop, construction site, or DIYer should be without at least one pair of simple, stackable sawhorses.
Name one of the simplest and cheapest ways of increasing your home’s curb appeal. Yep – you guessed it – it’s painting the exterior window sills and frames.