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Top 50 Homeowner Challenges Videos

Top 50 Homeowner Challenges

Find out how to solve the 50 most common home repair problems facing your home.

Repairing a Door that Won’t Stay Open

A door that won’t stay open due to an out of plumb door frame can be very annoying. Watch this video for a simple tip on how to adjust the hinge pins to keep doors open without a doorstop.

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Door that won't stay closed

Repairing a Door that Won’t Stay Closed

A door that won’t close properly can be very annoying. Usually the solution is adjusting the alignment of the strike plate to the door latch. Watch this video to find out more.

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Replacing Cracked Floor Tile

When a ceramic floor tile becomes cracked, replace it by removing the broken tile and installing a new one. Watch this video to find out how.

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How to Repair Sagging Gutters

Watch this video to see how to fix sagging and loose gutters by replacing gutter spikes with gutter screws, which provide more holding power.

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Attaching base for programmable thermostat to green painted wall.

Installing a Programmable Thermostat

Replacing your existing thermostat with a programmable model, which automatically raises or lowers the temperature in your home when you’re away, can reduce your heating and cooling bills.

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Cleaning grout lines with a scrub brush

Cleaning and Staining Grout in Tile Floors

Grout lines in tile floors may need cleaning over time with a bleach solution and scrub brush. If the grout still won’t come clean, you might want to consider applying a grout stain to make all the grout one uniform color. Watch this video to find out more.

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Repairing Damaged Concrete

Watch this video to see how to repair a worn or damaged concrete driveway or patio by applying a thin, skim coat of concrete resurfacer over the entire surface using a squeegee.

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Repairing a Wooden Fence

The vertical fence boards on a wood fence are often secured with nails, which can work loose over time. Instead of driving the nails back in, replace them with corrosion resistant deck screws, which will stay put. Watch this video to find out more.

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