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How To Fix a Leaky Faucet

It isn't until you live with the drip of a faulty faucet that you realize how effective water torture must be! See how you can fix it yourself, often for just a few dollars.

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How To Fix a Leaky Cartridge Faucet

It isn't until you live with the drip, drip, dripping of a faulty faucet that you realize how effective water torture must be! Irritation aside, just one leaky faucet has the potential to waste up to 7 gallons of water a day. That's more than 2,500 gallons a year, not to mention a huge chunk of change literally going down the drain.

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How To Fix a Leaky Non-Compression Faucet

It isn't until you live with the drip, drip, dripping of a faulty faucet that you realize how effective water torture must be! Irritation aside, just one leaky faucet has the potential to waste up to 7 gallons of water a day. That's more than 2,500 gallons a year, not to mention a huge chunk of change literally going down the drain.

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How to Install an Invisible Screen

Have you ever wished that your aluminum or wood frame screen door would stop blocking either your view outdoors or your lovely front door? Retractable screens, also known as invisible screens, will grant that wish.

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How to Change Your Light Switch

There aren't many faster ways to update the look of most rooms than to change out the old style light switches with new designer style paddles. Nothing will date a home faster than old, cruddy switches on the wall.

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How to Install Motion Sensor Lights

No matter where you live being safe is something that concerns all of us. Get an extra feeling of security by installing motion sensor lights around your home.

Once you have shut off the power, lock the service panel and remove the key or tape it shut so that no one unwittingly turns the power back on while you're working.

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How to Install a Ceiling Fan

We love ceiling fans: they offer style, lighting, and energy savings all in one package. Installing one is a project that will appeal to your practical and romantic sides at the same time.

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Repairing Small Holes in Your Window Screens

Holes in your window screens aren't just ugly, they're annoying. Mosquitoes, flies, bees will eventually find their way into your house. Whether you're afraid of West Nile Virus or nasty bites that drive you crazy, a screen with holes is literally an open invitation to flying foes.

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Give New Life to Your Exterior Lights

Are your exterior lamps looking totally out of place? Bring them back into the fold with a simple spray paint face lift.

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Repairing Large Holes in Your Window Screens

Holes in your window screens aren't just ugly, they're annoying. Learn how easy and inexpensive it is to repair holes and even replace the entire screen.

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