Today we’re going to talk about repairing small holes in the wall. With the right tools, this is an easy DIY project.
<<< FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2017 on CW6 SAN DIEGO >>> Daily dry mopping and spot cleaning are great ways to clean and polish hardwood, stone, tile and laminate floors, but they will eventually need a refresh or even refinishing.
Ceiling fans are not just for cooling off in the summer. Did you know that ceilings fans can help cut down on your energy costs all year round? Circulating air with a ceiling fan can reduce your energy bill and provide comfort in your home in a stylish way.
<<< FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2017 on CW6 SAN DIEGO >>> At least once each year we should check our washer and dryer for easy to address laundry room maintenance and upgrades.
Everyone’s been there…It’s the New Year and it’s time to put away the holiday décor or the new sweaters from Auntie. Or you’ve made a New Year resolution to start a home project, but you can’t find your tools, or the right screws and anchors. Get organized with these home storage tips.
Everyone’s talking about the power of the internet and "smart homes," and some of it is very confusing, but there are a few smart home products that are easy to install and provide immediate convenience. Some even save you money.
<<< FRIDAY, NOV. 4, 2016 on CW6 SAN DIEGO >>> The Old Tool Swap Meet happens three times a year at Rockler Woodworking and Hardware. Shop old tools and unique pieces outside, or head into Rockler for any tools and supplies your need for your DIY projects.
<<< FIRDAY, OCT. 21, 2016 on CW6 SAN DIEGO >>> The Leviton line of USB wall outlets offers a solution by allowing you to turn your current 2-plug outlets into a multi-featured receptacle with 2 or 4 USB charging ports.
<<< FRIDAY, SEPT. 30, 2016 on CW6 SAN DIEGO >>> These kitchen organization tips from NEAT Method are sure to get - and keep - your kitchen a mess-free zone.
<<< FRIDAY, SEPT. 9, 2016 on CW6 SAN DIEGO >>> Fixing the annoying dripping sound from your faucet that keeps you up at night, can be surprisingly inexpensive and simple. Usually it only requires an adjustable wrench, Phillips and flat-head screwdrivers, penetrating oil, such as WD-40 and replacement washers and O-rings.
The easiest way to freshen up is a new coat of paint. And the quickest way to do it, is to do it right the first time. A sloppy paint job stands out, and not in a good way! Follow Ace Hardware’s four P's of painting a room -Prep, Patch, Prime, and Paint.