How you can revive a door worn down by the sun's rays.
Even the most rust-damaged hand tools can be revived — learn about that and more in this week's Today's Homeowner Podcast.
In this bonus podcast, Danny talks to Jodi Marks, host of "Today’s Homeowner” TV’s Best New Products segment.
Here's how to pull nails from reclaimed wood without causing any damage.
We help a homeowner who is running granite all the way up to her 8 -foot ceiling. She needs some advice when it comes to installing her range hood on that granite. And, vines can be beautiful but they sure are invasive. Danny and Joe help a homeowner with a non-toxic mixture that will limit vines from growing on his house.
A homeowner's hardwood floorboards look as if they're trying to escape from the house. They're buckling in every room. This is a moisture problem, listen to learn how to fix it. And, a listener needs help sealing the envelope of their new home after being invaded by lovebugs. A few improvements he can make to keep mother nature outside.
A packed down insulation isn't going to be able to do what it's designed to do. If you're dealing with this problem you need to fluff it up! find out how by using a tool from your garden shed. And, listen to learn about an easy and inexpensive way to prevent slips and falls from a slick deck.
In this bonus episode, Danny spoke with painting expert Nick Slavik about some of the best practices and techniques that you can incorporate into your next painting project.
Revisiting a DIY dumbwaiter project and discussing septic tanks and garbage disposals — all on this week's Today's Homeowner Podcast.
A TH fan stumbled on a weed killer after noticing brown spots on her lawn — we'll share that tip, and much more, in this week's Today's Homeowner Podcast.
Listen for a number of tips to help install just about anything on a ceramic or cultured marble wall. Also, a homeowner has rust forming on the drain in her cast iron tub. How she can approach this problem.
We talk about necessary repairs you may need to make if you have a gunite pool, and when is it safe to stain a deck. Danny has a simple tip using a drop of water that will help answer this question.