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10 Ways to Fix It Yourself and Save

Fix it ourself and save big! Don't pay a handyman to fix these 10 home projects- do them yourself!


Get it done this weekend or pick up an odd job

Get it done this weekend or pick up an odd job — Hey quick note to let you know we have this quick tape and mud drywall job available in Grand Rapids, MI, a job to replace old gold trim on a bathtub, and more! Various lawn jobs have already been posted and accepted in many areas so check often for jobs in your city. Also be sure to let your friends and family know that they can post almost any project they need help with! Use our invite tool and get a pay bonus when they sign up and post…

Affordable Home Improvement of the Emerald Coast is your one stop shop for all your home maintenance, home improvements and home repair needs. We specialize in minor maintenance and home repair, and we excel at everything from carpentry to odd jobs around the home or office. We fix doors and windows, decks and fences, take care of your painting needs, etc.

from Forbes

Content Marketing - The Real Story

“Content marketing is the publication of material designed to promote a brand, usually through a more oblique and subtle approach than that of traditional push advertising. The essence of good content marketing is that it offers something the viewer wants, such as information or entertainment. Content marketing can take a lot of different forms....


Handywoman, meet your trusty companion! Odd jobs are no problem with a tool set created just for you. Hang, assemble, or fix anything around the house using all 105 pieces. At last, tools for women! Tackle home maintenance projects & repairs with this SteelTec tool kit. Includes screwdrivers, crescent wrench, slip joint and needle-nosed pliers, scissors, tape measure, utility knife, extra blades, hammer, electrical tape, 85-pc. hardware set and storage case. Measures 12 1/2"W x 10"D x 2"H.


Crescent CMT1000 Odd Job Multi-Tool, Red/Black Apex Tool Group

from The Family Handyman

Mineral Wool Insulation is Making a Comeback Heres Why

Mineral wool has been around for decades, is widely used in Canada and Europe and is making a comeback in the United States. It's made by melting down basalt stone and recycled slag from steel mills, then spinning it into fiber that can be formed into batts or boards. We did some research, talked to installers and filled a few walls with the stuff. Here's our verdict: Mineral wool has some real advantages over the alternatives. If you have an insulation job coming up, we strongly recommend…


DIY Tip of the Day: Paint Protection for Phones. Stick your cordless phone in a plastic zipper-seal sandwich bag to keep it clean when you’re working on messy projects. Voices carry clearly through the plastic, so you’ll be able to answer the phone without washing up first. - Linda Armstrong. If your phone is already gunked-up, here’s how to clean it