Energy Saving Ideas and Tips — Each Less Than $50


Find out five easy energy saving home improvements that are affordable energy savers. Learn how insulation, sealants and weather-stripping, and water heater blankets can be big energy savers, and how to avoid the hype associated with big-ticket home improvements that offer major energy savings claims.

Keep Home Furnishings from From Fading in the Sun, Fixing Smelly Water and Tips to Get Your Grill Ready, and more


Direct sunlight can fade furniture and floors, and raise energy costs.  In this show, Tom & Leslie deliver tips to keep damaging UV rays away.  Plus, find out how to fix smelly water problems, learn how to make your grill safe for a season of BBQ fun, and your calls on, sump pumps, well water, spray foam insulation, clean mold, expand deck, metal roof, deck siding, painting interior room, A/C, repair doors.

Tiny Home Revolution Goes DIY, Stone Walls That Stand and Tips to Keep Your Home Water Tight Through Spring Storms


Tiny homes have become all the rage – find out how one major retailer is offering tiny home kits for DIYers. Get tips on building a stone wall that will stand the test of time. Find out how to keep spring rains from finding their way into your home. Plus get answers to your home improvement questions about ridge vents, paint removal, bathtub cracks, basement wall moisture, spray insulation, refinishing wood floors, flies, resurfacing a tub.

Spring Cleaning Hacks, Tips to Make Soggy Yards Disappear and How to determine if a home is Green


Get spring cleaning shortcuts to get it done faster.  Find out how to make soggy yards disappear without the use of difficult to install French drains and find out how to determine if a home is truly green and energy efficient. Plus get answers to your home improvement questions about, repairing a concrete floor, basement cracks, drain odors, ventilation systems, roofing vents, settling foundation, carpet cleaning.

How to Keep Wildlife Out of Your Yard, Tips on How Much Mulch to Use, Advice for Storing Flammable Liquids and more


Spring can bring out more than flower and tree buds.  Learn how to keep wildlife out of your yard.  Mulch can be a great insulator for your flower beds, but too much mulch can suffocate roots.  Learn how much to use.  Get advice for storing dangerous substances like flammable liquids.  Plus get answers to your home improvement questions about, blown in insulation, paneled walls, deck staining, painting, eliminating mice, leaky roofs, water resistant flooring. 

Spring Cleaning Things that Never Get Cleaned, Using Kitchen Items as Organizing Tools and more


Get advice on how to clean things in your home that rarely get cleaned, like the underside of your kitchen range hood.  Discover life hacks for organizing that include using kitchen items like muffin tins.  Plus get answers to your home improvement questions about, changing electrical panels, water lines, non chemical manufacturing, lighting, rusty well water, building a garage, ridge venting, tiling, bathroom venting, removal of stains on stair.