10 Of The Most Scenic RV Parks And Campgrounds In America
Instead of pulling into any RV park, check out these ideally-located campgrounds in the U.S. that have stunning mountain and ocean views.
E-Waste Exposé: What Happens To Electronics After Use?
A few weeks ago, I started wondering what happened to the electronics I'd so happily dumped into a receiving bin. Where does all that e-waste go?
I’ve Always Noticed A Black Diamond On My Tape Measure, But Had No Idea Why Until Now
Carpenters must know this, but a whole lot of other people do not.
31 Grilling Tips from Grill Master, Steven Raichlen
With tips and techniques from grill master Steven Raichlen, you can delight a few friends or a crowd with perfect versions of healthy chi...
Metal Roofing Specialties
Skyline standing seam panel system is available in 26 gauge steel. Its clean, low maintenance design is perfect for our northwest climate.
Sealcoating Facts and What You Should Know
Sealcoating Facts that will help you make an easy decision. Should you sealcoat your asphalt driveway? Action Asphalt has the answers for you.
20 Kitchen Remodeling Tips
A kitchen is more than just a stunning backsplash and gorgeous cabinets. Integrate these thoughtful tips when planning your kitchen remodel for a space that is functional and easy to work and live in.
Tips For Bathroom Remodeling on A Tight Budget
Refreshing your bathroom with a remodel project is a great way to add value and update your home. However, the costs can seem too high, and may hold you back from tackling such a project. Here are some bathroom remodeling … Continue reading →
A Step-by-Step Guide to Painting Brick
Try a fast home improvement! Here's how you can learn how to paint brick!
How to Install a Replacement Window
Last weekend Ethan, Kim and I worked with a team of five other volunteers to install six replacement windows in a 1950s split level home. The original windows in the house were constructed of solid wood. They were likely beautiful in their time, but years of weather and several coats of paint had not been kind to them. Their energy inefficiency was also an issue, with cold drafts leaking through in the winter and no Low-E glass to block UV penetration in the Summer. As with many homes from this era, the windows were protected on the outside with storm