Chicago is a city full of do-it-yourselfers and there are plenty of resources for them to make their homes the best they can be
Tree roots sheared off our sprinkler head but it’s a quick fix with the right tools.
Anyone can build this DIY project from a few pallets into a cooler stand that’s ready to chill your favorite drinks
When you need a planter box to fit a certain space then build it yourself
Get dirty this weekend and change your own oil
Your garage can be more than just a place to park your care and store your golf clubs. Turn it into an ultimate home workshop!
With a baby on the way we knew our laundry room needed an upgrade. A new stackable washer/dryer and a fresh coat of paint can do wonders.
Replacing the shocks on your vehicle are an important piece of maintenance and fortunately it’s a job that you can do yourself.
We’ve compiled a list of the five most essential, flexible, and durable adhesives to have in your workshop so you can (hopefully) save your project from complete failure.
Prep your doors for cold weather and install weatherstripping this weekend
Rescue your garage floors from stains and dirt with a durable epoxy finish that you can apply yourself
With some easy to find products you can make your own magnetic bulletin board in a couple hours.
Get your lumber off the ground and up where you can see it
Stainless steel is tough to drill through but with some patience and know-how you’ll make that hole easy
If you’re concerned with the chemicals in over the counter laundry detergent then consider making your own.
Here’s a walk-through of redwood, cedar, douglas fir and pine species and how they are best used.
Build a quick and dirty shed using pallets
Our wood block planters turned out well for a basic DIY project that used reclaimed wood and some various drilling techniques. But we felt they needed a bit more pizazz since the wood used wasn’t a pretty redwood or other beautiful natural wood.