Month: July 2019

#diycrew #hrvdiy #renovision Let’s face it builder showers are unreasonably short and dark. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Those bulkheads you see are usually pointless and only designed to reduce tiling for the builder. In this video Jeff shows you how to raise the height and add a little sparkle with a
Learn how to get rid of gnats using a combination of homemade and store-bought products. For more pest control tips, check out our DIY Pest Control playlist: https://thd.co/2Irv4ao #TheHomeDepot #HomeImprovement #DIY SUBSCRIBE to The Home Depot: http://thd.co/2iib0HE Make your home a gnat-free zone with common household products. You can use apple cider vinegar, red wine,
When searching for a new home, buyers often look for houses or land in the best neighborhoods — or, at least, the best neighborhoods that they can afford. And that’s certainly understandable. However, homeowners may be missing out on several advantages by not considering less prestigious or less desirable neighborhoods. Below are six reasons to
Seems like everyone is buying a condo or house these days. And there are tons of shows on HGTV about renovating your home making you wonder: should you rent or buy a house? Can you even afford to buy? We’re here to help you make that decision. Collect this idea Ask yourself some questions before
If you have a small space, you may think that the last thing you need is an element like a room divider, which was literally made to close off and separate spaces. But room dividers are a great addition to any small space. They are a good way to section off and organize small spaces,
Let’s face it: buying a home is like a game of chess, and each person is trying to outwit the other. You want to purchase the house for the least amount of money and the seller is trying to get as much as possible out of the deal. So when should you use a lowball