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Tips for working "inside jobs"
How To Remove Wallpaper
Wallpaper removal can be nasty, time-consuming work. This guide step-by-step guide, full of helpful tips,...
What is Blower Door Testing?
In this video, Matt Risinger explains blower door tests, which provide information to home builders...
What Is Wet Shimming & Does It Work?
In this video, Sal Diblassio shows how wet-shimming, the method of applying thin-set to wall...
Are Expensive Water Heaters Worth it?
In this video, Matt Risinger takes a look at three electric water heater models. Find...
Amazing Old Paintbrush Hack
Reincarnate your broken brushes into an entirely new tool!
Painlessly Protecting Stairs From Paint Splatter
In this video, Chris Berry, "The Idaho Painter," shares his slick method for keeping the...
The Right Way To Router Drywall Out Of An Opening
Long time drywall hanger demonstrates the proper way to cut openings out with a router
Remove Wallpaper Without Losing Your Mind
In this video, Chris, "The Idaho Painter," explains his method for removing wallpaper without losing...
How To Cut Around Electrical Boxes
There are a few ways to cut electrical boxes out of drywall. In this video...
Avoid Blisters In Tape-Coat
Avoid blisters in drywall tape with these tips
A Guide to Drywall Jargon and Terminology
Drywall definitions 101.
How To Install a Window (VIDEO)
A step-by-step video guide to installing a Marvin Window
Create a Cut-Lid
In this video Chris Berry, the Idaho Painter, shares some advice on how cutting a...
Win The Battle With Overspray
Cut-in Tips From Painting Pros
Watch this video to learn how to paint like a pro!
Eliminate Lint Headaches With This Painting Tip
In this video, Chris "the Idaho Painter" Berry and Journeyman John give their "two-minute tip"...
How to build a panel-molding frame
Assembling a panel-molding frame in place can be done, but Richard prefers to assemble frames...
Cut Greater Degrees on Your Miter Saw
Most miter saws can cut a 50-deg. angle turned one way and about a 60...
Goof Proof Showers (Sponsored)
Goof Proof Showers The hardest, and arguably the most important, part of a shower tile...
Wire Shelving Made Easier