Month: June 2016

10 Ways to Paint Better

By Scott Sidler

10 ways to paint better

Painting is one of the easiest things a DIYer can do. Without much practice, most people can do at least a halfway decent job of painting a room or some trim. But with a few tips, you can turn that […]

5 Ways to NOT Electrocute Yourself

By Scott Sidler

5 ways to not electrocute yourself

This week’s post is a guest post by Spencer Blohm about electrical safety. Since the National Safety Council has designated the month of June as National Safety Month,¬†I thought it was a fitting post as we crank up the AC […]

All About Wavy Glass

By Scott Sidler

all about wavy glass

Lots of us appreciate the wavy glass we find in our old windows. Some don’t even know what they have, but for those of us who have taken note of the unique appearance¬†of wavy glass, the new stuff just won’t […]

Practical Preservation

By Scott Sidler

practical preservation

Historic preservation may seem to some like a high brow art form only suitable for the nation’s architectural treasures- the artisans and craftsmen working to restore George Washington’s Mt. Vernon or an immensely talented artist restoring some Renaissance age frescos. […]