how to extreme
Fighting Mold in the Home
DIY Updates

Fighting Mold in the Home

                By Tom Matthews   Mold is a top concern for indoor air quality and remains a common problem in homes across the country. Mold and mildew are both types of fungi and are similar in many ways. From causing musty smells to serious allergic reactions, indoor mold and mildew can be a […]

Read More »
SKILSAW Power Tools Builds on Heritage with New Brand Identity and Expanded Product Line
Cutting Tools

SKILSAW Power Tools Builds on Heritage with New Brand Identity and Expanded Product Line

The SKILSAW® brand began with the invention of the circular saw in 1924, and for decades their worm drive SKILSAWs have been regarded as the jobsite standard by tradesmen everywhere. Capturing this rich heritage in cutting, SKILSAW Power Tools is launching a new brand identity and expanding its line of professional grade tools that will have the same unstoppable legendary performance […]

Read More »
Fix Common Garage Door Opener Problems
Basement

Fix Common Garage Door Opener Problems

            By Justin White When you face a non-working garage door, you may fear an expensive repair bill. The good news for homeowners is that most garage door problems are simple fixes that may not even require a call to the repair professional. Here are some common garage door opening problems, and the solutions you […]

Read More »
Install Snap-Together Garage Tile
Floors

Install Snap-Together Garage Tile

Snap-Together Garage Floor Tile is Quick, Easy and Cool By Matt Weber       It’s simple to install an interlocking floor tile system for a sweet garage floor, workshop, basement, patio and more. These highly durable floor systems, such as the Swisstrax brand pictured here, provide a highly non-slip and extremely attractive garage flooring that will look great for […]

Read More »
DIY Shock & Strut Installation
Automotive

DIY Shock & Strut Installation

Strut Like a Pro – This DIY Shock/Strut Installation Saves Owners Time and Money It wasn’t to the point of needing a Dramamine patch behind the ear, but my 2002 Chevy TrailBlazer’s ride and handling seemed to have become a lot more “boaty” over the past year. It wasn’t unexpected: 67,000 miles, mostly over country roads and pot-hole-ridden city streets […]

Read More »

Articles by Project Type