DIY Project Videos

DIY Project Videos

Watch videos that take you step-by-step through a wide range of do-it-yourself home improvement projects.

Applying metallic foil tape to crack in HVAC duct

How to Repair Leaks in HVAC Ductwork

Find out how to find and seal leaks in ductwork to save energy and lower your heating and cooling bills. Watch this video to find out how.

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How to Install Plastic Window Insulation Kits

Installing insulation kits on windows can save energy on heating and cooling by providing an insulating barrier and keeping out drafts. Watch this video to find out how.

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Leaking roof flashing around a chimney full of leaves

How to Repair Leaking Chimney Roof Flashing

Roof flashing around chimneys can pull away from the brick, allowing rainwater to leak inside the house. Watch this video to find out how to repair leaking chimney flashing.

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Rotten door casing and jamb caused by water damage.

How to Remove and Replace Exterior Door Casing

The casing around outside doors often begins to rot at the bottom and needs to be replaced. Watch this video to find out how to remove and replace door casing.

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Sharpening a lawn mower blade with a file

How to Sharpen a Lawn Mower Blade

To keep your yard looking its best, the lawn mower blade needs to be sharp. Watch this video for tips on how to sharpen a lawn mower blade.

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Danny Lipford putting the finishing touches on wood window casing around window.

How to Dress Up a Drywall Window Return with Wood Casing

Watch this video to find out how to dress up drywall window returns by installing stock wood window casing molding around the opening.

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DIY composite deck.

Replacing a Wood Deck with Composite Decking

Composite decking is a low maintenance alternative to wood decking that’s easy to cut and install. Watch this video to find out about installing composite decking.

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Applying modified thin-set mortar to a tile floor.

How to Lay Tile Over a Tile Floor

Tile can be laid directly on top of an existing tile floor as long as the old floor is in good condition. Watch this video to find out how to go about laying tile over tile.

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