Each year, thousands of American homeowners make the decision to remodel their homes. One of the most common reasons for a kitchen remodeling project is change. The average individual is likely to enter their kitchen, at least, eight times a day. Unfortunately, overtime you may find that your kitchen no longer looks attractive or brings you excitement. If this is how you feel about your kitchen, it may be time for a change. That change can easily be accomplished with a kitchen remodeling project.
The unique look of rawhide country lamp shades for use in home decor has been popular since the end of the great depression when women first began to look at their homes in ways other than utilitarian. This was the case with not only kitchens, but living rooms and later family rooms and dens as […]
It only takes one drilling mistake to convince a woodworker of the value of a good jig. A jig is an essential piece of equipment for your home workshop. Woodworking jigs are frames or boxes made to stabilize your work while you locate and even up drill holes. Jigs are a terrific way to space […]
Last year, for our wedding anniversary, I purchased my wife Becky a fire pit table to go on our deck. What a great purchase! We’ve enjoyed hours upon hours of sitting around our “backyard campfire”. (Hint – you can get firewood dirt-cheap out of the Home Depot or Lowes cull bins. And, make sure you […]
Having done this more than once (damn low flow toilets), I feel somewhat expert at it by now. However, I did check out some answers on Yahoo and thought some of the suggestions were pretty good. I’ll list them at the end of this post. First, if the water is very low in the toilet, […]
A router bit is a tool for woodworking giving a quality finish to woodwork. It cuts wood providing a way to give a clean and even a decorative edge to woodwork. The following is some basic information about router bits to get you started in your woodworking efforts. The Parts of a Router Bit Here […]
A great starting point for anyone considering buying a table saw. Just imagine – the sharp, toothed blades of a table saw ripping through your stack of wood, cross cutting them with pinpoint accuracy on the marked line. Or consider this scenario: trimming little pieces of wood to create a straight cut catering to the […]
This is info from an article in the June, 2000 issue of Woodworker’s Journal. Picking the “best” finish for your most recent woodworking triumph may seem like a daunting task, given the confusing array of choices. To make the correct choice, start out by answering three primary questions before you begin: 1. How durable does […]