Enjoy your time spent gardening even more with these tips and new tools from Lowe’s and Kobalt.
Articles by: Timothy Dahl
Give your garage floor the protective layer it’s always wanted with Rust-Oleum EpoxyShield garage floor coating.
If you’ve got a problem lawn, consider Synlawn artificial grass from Lowe’s which will save you time and money on your lawn.
When you need a planter box to fit a certain space then build it yourself
Infrared grilling is all the range in outdoor cooking and for good reason. Check out our results from using the new Saber infrared grill.
With a few homegrown mods you can turn your Brinkmann Smoke N’ Grill into a powerhouse.
For some fun GoPro angles, use a pole mount and save some money by building it yourself instead of buying.
Give your deck or patio a refresh with Rust-Oleum Restore. This is a DIY project you can do in a weekend and enjoy the benefits for years to come.
The latest rotary tool from Dremel is now available at Home Depot in a kit with 25 accessories.
Photos of Michael Jordan’s 56,000 square foot home in Highland Park, IL
Here are some helpful answers about space–saving pocket doors and building tips and a video on installing pocket door frames.
This year’s show did not disappoint as there were plenty of gloves, glues and nail guns to keep everyone entertained.
The Leatherman Thruster and Shooter are the perfect pocket tool for the on the go surfer.
The Solatube Daylighting system altered the comfort, feel and light of our home for the better.
Go Behind the scenes and on the Mad Men Set for both New York and California.
Finally we can control everything with one easy to use remote.
Keep cool this summer with this easy to install ceiling fan and light from Hunter.
Learn the difference between a gable and an eyebrow roof.
Vancouver Canada is full of amazing Victorian homes and the city has the do-it-yourself resources to build and maintain these fine works of art.
These are some of the most stylish decks we’ve ever seen. They flow seamlessly from a modern home and seem to melt into their surroundings.
HGTV, DIY Network, TLC and many other cable channels keep pumping out the next design stars, real estate mavens and building experts. Here are our favorites.