How To Use a Paint Sprayer
Paint sprayers can make quick work of an otherwise overwhelming home painting project, but they’re not automatically a good fit for every job. Here’s how to pick, set up, and use the sprayer properly for a smooth and even coat of paint.
How To Replace Damaged Ceramic tile
Ceramic tiles can look great for decades without damage, but it only takes a dropped cup or sudden shock to leave a tile cracked and badly chipped. It’s easy enough to carefully remove just the damaged tile and leave the rest intact, as long as you have a replacement set aside from when the tile was installed.
How to Install a Backyard Fountain and Pond
Having a water feature in your garden can provide a cool and relaxing spot to spend time — and also make a beautiful centerpiece to your backyard. Whether you are planning to install a pond or a fountain in your garden space, these are both simple DIY projects that will provide long-term enjoyment for years to come. Ponds and fountains come in many different kinds, all with their own set of instructions and specifications depending on what you want for your backyard.
How to Grill a Perfect Steak
Grill season is nearly here and we know you’re excited about moving out of the kitchen and back to the grill. Whether you use a gas grill or swear by an old-fashioned charcoal grill, there’s surely something everyone can agree on — steak just tastes better grilled.
How to Incorporate Wood Into Your Grilling Repertoire
Grill season is almost here and we’re getting excited for a summer filled with delicious BBQ meals. This summer explore stepping up your grilling game by incorporating wood into your grilling repertoire. Whether your grill is gas or charcoal, incorporate wood to fire up your summer grilling.