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If you plan on putting your home on the market in the near future, you might want to take a quick look at these simple and affordable upgrades.
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Cooking indoors? Then expect a high cooling bill. Try #5 instead! Also: Handy new uses for pool noodles.
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Lawn sockets make it easy to put up and take down everything from patio umbrellas and flagpoles to volleyball nets and sprinklers. Here's how to make them!
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This simple tip allows you to clean between the double glass panes on an oven door without having to take the oven door apart.
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Installing a fire pit makes a patio cozy and offers the perfect place to roast marshmallows on cool nights. Here's how to make one!
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A sitting wall is a functional architectural enhancement to your home, and building one with pavers is easy.
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Need to spray paint hooks, fasteners and hardware? Here's the simple way to do it — you just need a piece of wire and some cardboard.
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Milwaukee's String Timmer has a QUIK-LOK feature that makes it possible to change attachments.
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If you're interested in home automation, but you don't know where to begin, here are the basics.
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Pressure washers can clean driveways, sidewalks, patios, decks, siding and fencing, but you need to know how to use them properly. Here are some pointers.

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