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Tool up and get DIY projects done better and faster than ever. See how a pro---a good one, not Joey-Bag-A-Donuts---approaches projects. And, DIYer or pro, check out some cool tool tips that'll keep you working faster and safer than ever.
Rob Robillard, ace remodeling contractor and creator of A Concord Carpenter, Hangs Out with us to talk DIY projects that work. And little signals your tools might be sending you that things may not be headed in the right direction. And for you seasoned pros, Rob's tips for efficient cutting, measuring and job-getting-done-ing will have you wanting to work on his job sites and read his tool reviews.
When it comes to tools---and work well done---performance doesn't lie. It doesn't even pull punches. And neither does Rob. "I’m not afraid to give my opinion---never have been. When I do give an opinion about something, I make sure it’s based in fact."
So give your DIY projects a leg up and look for the little things that can make a pro a lot more money. From outdoor projects to molding and more, hit the switch.
From crafts to repairs to gardening, DIY projects for kids is all about making cool stuff and building memories. It's about fun, too. Small activities, choosing colors, and helping plants grow through the seasons shows kids the connections between dreaming and doing and gives them skills they'll use when they're all grown up.
HGTV and Food Network's 'Restaurant Impossible' designer Taniya Nayak checks in with some fun DIY projects for kids, and talks about her early DIY days.
Meg Bourne, Chief Inspiration Officer of Art Feeds, paints us into a cozy corner and talks art with a heart, how Art Feeds helps kids through art projects, and how she's building beauty from nature's wrath. Art Feeds strives to live by the lessons the children teach us, these are: Love Naively. Give Generously. Be Foolishly Compassionate.
Kid DIY is all about fun fixes, awesome activities, and finding the beauty within. Let's make memories happen.
Welcome to DIY Wedding, where we will discuss and share helpful wedding planning tips and wedding resources for brides and couples that want to plan their own wedding. We will also share creative DIY wedding projects that are fun and easy to make for your wedding day.
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Please note that our show has been moved from 6:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST. We hope that you will join us every Thursday at 1:00 p.m. EST, listen in and ask your wedding planning questions.
Thinking about adding a DIY fire feature to your backyard, but low on budget? We got this covered with help from Ahmed Hassan.
From easy low-budget DIY fire pits to mega-amazing fire features, we're talking with DIY Network's original 'Yard Crashers' host Ahmed Hassan about his favorite ways to bring fire features into the backyard.
Ahmed is a California licensed Landscape Contractor (C-27), and PLANET Certified Landscape Maintenance Technician. In addition to hosting 'Yard Crashers,' Ahmed also has contributed to numerous DIY Network shows including, “The Dirt On…,” “Green Me Up,” and “Blog Cabin.”
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Project Management success expert Merv Jersak guides IT consulting firms and internal IT organizations to increase their probability of successful project delivery through focusing on the human aspects of project management. Projects can only be delivered through people. People matter!
On today's show, Merv will be sharing FIVE KICKASS tips he's used to create his awesome life! You can count on the banter between Merv and Christopher to be entertaining yet VERY educational as well!
Avoid the most common rookie DIY mistakes to save time and money. We're sharing the worst mistakes to avoid with DIY Network's Kayleen McCabe.
We've all been there. Mistakes happen. Especially when we're doing something new. And sometimes it's hard to see all of the consequences that can happen when we forget or avoid something along the critical path to DIY wonderment.
That's why we're sharing the most common DIY mistakes with you: to help save you time and money in your next DIY project.
Licensed contractor and 2009 Stud Finder winner Kayleen McCabe uses her unique combination of gutsy innovation and expert trade tricks to take on any home improvement challenge she can find, including renovating a massive duplex that took six months to complete.
On DIY Network’s Rescue Renovation, Kayleen saves project-challenged homeowners who are in over their heads with their renovations. She points out exactly what went wrong and formulates a seven-day action plan to turn bad jobs into jaw-dropping rooms.
Are you stuck in a DIY rut? Are you ready to get your DIY on America?
Have you lost your grip on DIY? Is your day more digital than dirty?
Are you ready to do it in America again? To be pugnaciously pragmatic to build beautiful things?
The zombies from inside your digital screen aren’t really coming and we’ve got a country to fix, friends. So grab your tools and pick up the pieces before you become a real zombie.
And do it now, because we’re making it happen on MyFixitUpLife.
We’re finding out about a new trash bag from Gorilla Glue that stands on its own; no trash can required. We’re talking about Mark’s favorite new product from O’Keefe’s that keeps him working even when Mother Nature throws her worst.
Producer Scott Brun talks about the ‘I Want That!’ show on DIY Network, and how the viewers are helping decide what’s on the show. Theresa’s favorite DIY-girl-crush DIY Network host Kayleen McCabe talks her favorite new finds from the aisles of the National Hardware Show. And we check in with inventor Karina Rabin from HangoMatic to talk about the how-and-why of her invention.
The National Hardware Show is an amazing place to find innovations from big and small companies, and we’re talking about them on this episode of MyFixitUpLife. And you’ll be even more ready to get your DIY on.
Take on your backyard DIY dreams with some inspiration from the experts, DIY Network’s Yard Crasher Matt Blashaw and the Pretty Handy Girl Brittany Bailey.
We’re getting out and bringing DIY to your backyard.
From mega-makeovers to craftily creative home improvement, we’re making the outside feel like home with a little backyard DIY.
And the first step: a crash test with Yard Crasher and licensed contractor Matt Blashaw from DIY Network. From plants to pergolas to perennials Matt goes the extra yard. And shares a few tips for backyard DIY projects.
Then Pretty Handy Girl Brittany Bailey inspires us with a DIY can-do that can’t be undone. From passion for DIY to projects galore Brittany makes it work.
There’s dirt to be dug. Flowers to grow. Wood to be cut and a lawn to mow. ‘Tis the season to give it a whack, so join us out back. And let’s get our backyard DIY on.
Licensed contractor Matt Blashaw is everything you want in a versatile handyman and then some. His home improvement company once used the slogan “One Call Fixes It All” and Matt made a point of always delivering on that promise. If you’re thinking about taking on a do-it-yourself project, take his advice and just go for it. Matt has hosted DIY Network’s Money Hunters, Deconstruction and Project Xtreme. Matt is the current host of Yard Crashers.
Brittany grew up in Northern Virginia, the oldest of three daughters. Her parents added onto her home three times during my childhood. During renovations, her mom and dad let her swing hammers and “help” them build. They instilled in Brittany a belief that she could do anything a boy could do — if not better.
What are the biggest DIY mistakes made in the bathroom? We're finding out from DIY Network's 'I Hate My Bath' host Jeff Devlin.
Where there's water and electricity running through the walls, there's many opportunities for mistakes to happen in a DIY project. Added to it, the bathroom is one of the busiest rooms in any home and sometimes it can be the smallest, too. It's a recipe for things to go wrong.
From finished and fixtures to plumbing and ventilation, we're racing through the biggest mistakes that can thwart any DIYer's progress and confidence.
Our guest Jeff Devlin has seen it all, and sharing what he's learned with us during a live Google On-Air chat.
As host of DIY Network's I Hate My Bath series, Jeff gives homeowners hope with economical yet clever bathroom design ideas using amazing new products and cool tools. Forget about it costing almost a year's salary to renovate your bathroom. I Hate My Bath tears up real homeowners' lives and their bathrooms, showcasing along the way impactful alternatives that don't require loans, demolition or divorce.
Jeff Devlin proves that home renovation can be enjoyable and not intimidating. As a Licensed Contractor and Host of 4 successful Television Shows, his fun and down to earth approach takes both viewers and clients on an empowering journey and before you know it, you’ve hung out with a really cool guy and tackled that daunting project you’ve put off for months! This self-proclaimed big ham is a carpentry nut and family man who can design and build anything.
Tune into DIY, HGTV and A&E to catch one of Jeff’s shows, follow him on Facebook, or hire his company Schoolhouse Woodworking to renovate your home! And Jeff wears tool belt suspenders, so he knows what he’s talking about.?
TONIGHT THOR GECKO AND CO HOST JEFF SCOTT DIVE INTO THE DISCUSSION OF BREEDING PROJECTS. BREEDERS FROM AROUND THE COUNTRY CALL IN TO TALK ABOUT THEIR PROJECTS!
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