By Matt Weber A Frank Look at what you can Expect.
By Matt Weber Careful planning, labor-saving products and elbow grease are the keys to success for a DIY bathroom remodel.
By Matt Weber Bathroom Remodeling ABCs
Want a quick project to spruce up your bath, kitchen, bar or powder room? Consider installing a new sink.
The total cost for your bathroom remodel will depend on many factors, including how extensive the project is, where you live, what types of materials you’re using, and whether you’re doing any portions of the work yourself. Taking the time to plan your bathroom remodel carefully and then not changing your mind on layout […]
Man’s oldest metal, copper, is an ideal material for kitchen and bath renovations.
The EHT staff came across an interesting paint system at the 2009 National Hardware Show that offered a way to decorate an existing countertop surface to look like granite. The product is called Gianni and it includes a kit that covers approximately 35 square feet of countertop—that’s roughly 16 running feet of standard 24-inch wide countertops. The idea is […]
Section 1: Cutting, Gluing, and Seaming Solid Surface Basics · What’s Covered · Tools Needed · Cutting · Gluing Two Pieces Together · Finishing The Surface Section 2: Fabricating a Counter Top · What’s Covered? · Templating/Sheet Layout · Edge Build-Up · Inside Corners Procedure · Installing Sinks · Solid Surface Undermount Sink · Stainless Steel, Granite, or Porcelain Undermount […]
Save money by installing a tile countertop yourself. By Matt Weber
Q. What is an incinerating toilet? A. Designed for use where no drain lines or septic/sewer system exists, an incinerating toilet is a waterless toilet that incinerates “black water” to eliminate the septic pump-out processes. In other words, it burns waste instead of flushing it away with water. There are two types of these units: electric and gas-powered (diesel or […]