Anyone can paint, but not everyone can paint well. Avoid these common mistakes on your next painting project. 1. Tone it down. If you’re considering a bold, vivid color for a big project, think about going a couple of shades lighter. Viewing colors on a small paint swatch can give a different visual impact […]
Who doesn’t love a new way to break stuff? By Matt Weber
By Larry Walton Making Machines Ready for the Long, Cold Winter
It’s that time again—the holidays. As matter of fact, “that time” seems to arrive earlier every year and if retail stores were to have their way we would all be Christmas shopping in July. So it’s never too early to consider gift ideas for your favorite home-improvement enthusiast. The EHT staff has compiled some […]
By Tim Walton We’ve all heard that impressive, at least to motorheads, roar of a loud diesel exhaust. There’s no doubt that this type of pipe offers plenty of air flow, but your neighbors may not appreciate such an exhaust system if they hear it every day. Recently my uncle bought a pickup […]
By Michael Morris Photography by Daniel Morris Off-the-shelf woodworking jigs help build this flat-screen TV cabinet.
By Matt Weber How to Build a Sectional Entertainment Center with Pocket-hole Joinery.
By Clint C. Thomas From managing time to managing finances, here are some tips to streamline your next remodel.
By Rob Robillard “Shake” things up with a classically styled peg rail that offers both form and function.
By Clint C. Thomas, Esq., Photography by Shellye Thomas Organization and time management save the day.