There are some home repairs that you can do with little to no experience. And then there are some repairs that, well, you should probably steer clear of. How do you know the difference? Well, it’s pays to have a little help – and guidance.
Here are four websites that not only help you figure out which repairs you can and can’t do, but, in the event that you do attempt some home fixes, just how to do them.
Bob Vila is an icon in the home improvement industry. His site offers hundreds of easy-to-follow how-to videos. Here, you can everything from how to fix a leaky sink to how to repair a leaky roof.
Owned by Readers Digest, Family Handyman is packed with home remodeling tips, topics, and graphics that help explain it all.
While Hammerzone can be intimidating for those who shy away from heavy repairs, it is probably to best hands on home improvement website out there. Covering everything from siding to foundation work, Hammerzone doesn’t sugar coat anything. Repairs are repairs. Prepare to get dirty.
While most recognize the series, This Old House’s website, is not simply for entertainment. Offering tons of video tutorials, you’ll learn from how to tile your bathroom to how to sharpen your lawnmower blades.
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