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10 Types of Roofs for Homes, Commercial Buildings and More
How Much Does It Cost to Build a House in the U.S.?
What Are the Pros and Cons of Soapstone Countertops?
From Planters to Wall Art: 7 Cool Uses for Wooden Whiskey Barrels
How to Clean Your Dryer Vent
Electric Heat Pumps: Existing Tech for Energy-efficient Future
Quartz vs. Granite: Which Countertops Are More Durable?
Shared Walls: Why Fixing Cracks Should Be at the Top of Your DIY List
How to Hang Wallpaper Border
Now You Can Actually Live in MIT's $10K Robotic Apartment in a Box
5 Ways to Make My Home More Sustainable
10 Future Home Innovations ... That Weren't
What type of home office furniture should I look to buy?
How to Copy Two Pages onto One when Printing
10 Home Office Organization Tips
Touring the False Facades of New York City
10 Big Questions About Tiny Houses
Living Large After the Apocalypse
How to Rid Your Home of Honeybees Without Killing Them
Spring Cleaning Tips and Tricks: Pets Edition
5 Common Borax Uses Around the House
How to Choose the Best Pergola
How the Adirondack Chair Became the Comfiest One You Can Own
How to Get Rid of Rats
How to Read a Tape Measure
How Jackhammers Work
10 Must-have Tools for Any Workshop
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Two of the most commonly used tape products on the market are painter's tape and masking tape, but they shouldn't be used interchangeably. We'll explain why.
By Katie Carman
You're being eco-friendly and eschewing plastic for reusable bags. But don't forget about your health, too, and toss those bags in the washing machine!
Old houses have an undeniable charm, but there are inherent issues that can turn an older property into an emotional and financial nightmare for an owner. Knowing what to watch for can be the key.
The comfort of the wide armrests, high back and slanted seat of the Adirondack chair have made it legendary since its invention in the early 1900s.
By Wendy Bowman
When temperatures drop below freezing, homeowners are advised to leave one tap dripping overnight. But does this advice hold up, or is it kind of leaky?
The 'Close Before You Doze' campaign is on a mission to get you to sleep with your bedroom doors closed. Why? Fire safety.
So you're all better now but there are probably a lot of germs lingering in your house. What's the best way to get rid of them?
By Alia Hoyt
It seems counterintuitive to wash new garments before wearing them. After all, they're brand-new and look clean! But there's a lot more going on behind the clothing scenes than we realize.
By Alia Hoyt
A robotic apartment that transforms tiny spaces into an office space, living room or bedroom upon command is finally making its way to market.
Between overdoing it with the sanitizer and never washing our hands after using the toilet is the sweet spot for good hygiene.
By Dave Roos