40V MAX outdoor power equipment and new riding mowers are available from Craftsman right now.
Articles by: Timothy Dahl
One of our favorite retailers, Room & Board, is now offering paint through a partnership with Valspar.
Every 25 seconds a new John Deere lawn tractor rolls off the assembly line at the John Deere plant in Greeneville, TN. Here’s how they do it.
Photos from our visit to the John Deere, Greeneville, TN factory where they produce the D100 series, EZTrak and S240 Sportster riding lawn mowers.
Bosch appliances shares their innovative lineup of steam ovens, dishwashers and induction cooktops.
Our favorite kitchens from Dwell Magazine
Enjoy your kitchen more by making use of every little space available.
Enjoy a more spacious shower with a curved shower rod that won’t infringe on your bathroom space.
Anyone can build this DIY project from a few pallets into a cooler stand that’s ready to chill your favorite drinks
All of our photos from IBS and K/BIS
Cut the cord and use this soldering torch for your next hobby endeavors.
Get your fire on with this compact torch from Dremel that has up to 75 minutes of burn time.
If you love tools, trucks and heavy equipment you would love this show.
Your Smart Garden Hub can be controlled from any device across every platform.
For the first time ever, you can now brew hot coffee from the convenience of your refrigerator thanks to a partnership between Keurig and GE.
Stay warm on the lake or in the blind with this heated camo hoodie from Milwaukee Tool
Our backyard is great but has one drawback. The side wall facing the street is only 4’10” in height so the average person walking can see into our yard and jumping the wall is quite easy. There have been quite a few break-ins in our neighborhood and many of them […]
See the newest contemporary garage doors from Clopay at this year’s Builder’s Show as well as on display at The New American Home.
Photos from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas
Set it and forget it. Clean your grill without picking up a brush.
Don’t throw away your Christmas tree. Recycle it and put it to good use.