How to Replace a Drain Trap | Video

How to Replace a Drain Trap If your sink is leaking or clogged, you may need to replace your drain trap. A drain trap, also known as a P-trap, is a curved piece of pipe under your sink that can leak, become corroded or clogged after years of use. Replacing a drain trap is a Read the full article…

How to Fix a Leaky Two-Handle Cartridge Faucet | Video


How to Fix a Leaky Two-Handle Cartridge Faucet Common in kitchens, laundry rooms, and bathrooms, two-handle cartridge faucets are easy to repair. If yours is leaking, you can fix it on your own with a few basic supplies. To make your repair, here’s what you’ll need. TOOLS Allen wrenches Tongue and groove pliers MATERIALS Replacement Read the full article…

Easy Improvements in 30 Minutes or Less, Cutting Down on House Dust and Allergens and How to Plan a New Kitchen


Taking care of your home doesn’t have to mean blocking out the entire weekend – Tom and Leslie have easy 30 minute projects you can take on to make sure your home is set for this season ahead.  Plus, once it comes time to close up your windows and doors for the chilly weather ahead, dust and allergens can begin to build up fast.  Find out the best kind of filter to keep the air clean.  And get tips on the sensible way to planning a new kitchen, along with your calls on, cement bock walls, leaky pipes, venting an attic, treating a deck, carpet installations, door adjustments, cleaning shower doors, attic stairs, 

Avoiding Summer Storm Damage, Using Reclaimed Wood for Projects and Building Solid Deck Footings


Severe summer storms can strike at any moment, no matter where you are.  Tom & Leslie have tips to help you make sure you’re ready.  Plus, using recycled or “reclaimed” wood for projects is a great idea.  We’ll tell you the best places to find it, and get tips for building solid deck footings. Plus your answers to, refurbishing countertops, painting wallpapered walls, paneling, staining cabinets, ceiling cracks, leaky faucets, eliminating ants, renovate a bathroom, water heaters, cleaning a linoleum floor.

Fixing Stuck Windows, Replacing Your Fence and Tips on Choosing Colors


Now that you have your windows open more often, are you noticing that they’re not easy to GET open and closed?  Tom & Leslie have tips to get these sliding once again.  Plus, find out the step-by-step to fence replacement; get tips for choosing paint colors and your calls about, high water tables, leaky pipes, swamp coolers, refinishing furniture, septic tanks, brick patio pavers, dye grout, hardwood flooring, cleaning a floor after carpet removal, squirrel and raccoon problems.