Videos on Home Improvement

How to Flame Weed
Want to learn a new method of weeding? Then come join Dave and learn how to destroy weeds with a flame weeder.
Running time: 117 seconds
How to Spruce Up a Bathroom on the Cheap
Want to give a bathroom a fresh look without spending too much cash? Matt shares tips you can do yourself!
Running time: 54 seconds
Linda Dano About her Home Collection
Better joins Linda Dano at her country home to talk about the insprirations for her new Home Designs line on QVC.
Running time: 272 seconds
How to Get Your Garden Ready for Fall
Lets head outside to pamper our yard. Rhiannon met up with our garden expert, Mar Jennings, to help us all get our gardens and lawn ready for fall.
Running time: 182 seconds
How to Grow Mizuna
Learn how to grow Mizunas all year long and it's also great to use in your salads.
Running time: 115 seconds
Acoustic Wall Insulation
Install sound-dampening acoustic batt insulation to reduce noise leakage. Installing sound-dampening acoustic batt insulation into a home's interior walls during construction will greatly reduce noise traveling from room to room.
Running time: 104 seconds
Installing Gutter Guards
Install gutter guards to keep gutters free of debris and damaging clogs. By installing gutter guards, you can keep gutters free of debris without constant cleaning. Clogged gutters can lead to termite infestation, unwanted moisture and mold issues, and damaged insulation.
Running time: 84 seconds
Mold Prevention Methods
Follow these guidelines to make the home you build more resistant to mold. By following a few guidelines, such as using mold-resistant drywall and paint, you can make a home more resistant to mold and reduce the risks and costs that mold growth can bring.
Running time: 143 seconds
Basement Floor Insulation Guidelines
Insulating a basement floor before you pour it will keep it warm and dry. You can produce a warm and dry basement floor by creating an insulation layer and a vapor barrier between the concrete slab and the ground beneath it during construction.
Running time: 133 seconds
Benefits of Using Structural Insulated Panels
Structural insulated panels are a time-saving option for framing homes. An alternative to traditional stud-framing is to use structural insulated panels (or SIPs), typically made by sandwiching a layer of rigid polystyrene foam between two structural skins of oriented strand board.
Running time: 144 seconds
Benefits of Gas-Filled Windows
Triple-paned, gas-filled windows can make homes more energy-efficient. High-performance, triple-paned windows filled with gases such as argon or krypton can help to make homes more energy-efficient and comfortable by minimizing the convection currents between the panes.
Running time: 113 seconds
Using Treated-Wood Fasteners
Use specially coated fasteners when working with pressure-treated wood. When working with pressure-treated wood, you need to use G185 coated fasteners or stainless steel fasteners to avoid galvanic corrosion.
Running time: 117 seconds
How to Weatherproof the Roof
Peel-and-stick underlayments provide a tight seal for a weatherproof roof. For a long-lasting waterproof roof, try peel-and-stick underlayments. They provide a tight seal, are free of holes and gaps, and will stand up to wind-driven rain and snow.
Running time: 181 seconds
Stopping Interior Drafts
Install a thin sheathing behind problem areas to eliminate interior drafts. Installing a thin sheathing behind tubs, showers, and fireplaces can eliminate drafts; and improve the comfort level in these areas of a new home.
Running time: 123 seconds
Basic Caulking Guidelines
This easy guide will help you in choosing and using caulk to seal the home. Caulking is an important process in properly sealing a home If you adhere to the basic principles of caulk selection, surface prepping, and application, laying the perfect bead of caulk can become second nature to you.
Running time: 175 seconds
Using Blown-In Attic Insulation
Blown-in, loose-fill insulation may be the correct choice for attic spaces. When installed properly, following manufacturers' installation guidelines, loose-fill insulation improves the energy efficiency of a home, lowers utility bills, and decreases fossil fuel burning and carbon dioxide emissions.
Running time: 163 seconds
Insulating Attic Access
An uncovered attic access hatch puts a hole in the home's insulation layer. When you insulate and seal the attic access, you help prevent heat transfer between the attic and the conditioned home, improving energy efficiency, which is reflected in lower heating and cooling costs for homeowners.
Running time: 184 seconds
How to Save on Dishwasher
Jeanette Pavini is here with Better Ways to Save on your dishwasher.
Running time: 92 seconds
Low Tech Fixes for High Tech Gizmos
Catherine LeFebvre, is the senior editor of and she's here to explain a few low-tech fixes to get you back up and running again.
Running time: 229 seconds
Creative Ice Cube Trays
We check out the creative ice cube trays like the "Gin and Titonic" from Fred company.
Running time: 149 seconds
Brewtender Home Beer Tower Review
We review the "Brewtender" the home beer tower and chiller!
Running time: 166 seconds
Spray Foam Insulation
Spray foam insulation expands to fill air gaps in walls and is non-toxic. Spray foam insulation expands to about 100 times its original volume, so it fills in air gaps in walls better than standard fiberglass insulation. It is also non-toxic and typically has a lifetime guarantee.
Running time: 172 seconds
Ladder Framing for Insulation
The ladder framing method creates space for more insulation with less wood.
Running time: 142 seconds
Radiant Floor Heating
Radiant floor heating uses plastic tubes of hot water to heat the home, built right into the floor of the home. Hot water flowing through the tubes heats the floor and warms the house with a quiet, clean, comfortable source of heat.
Running time: 137 seconds
Guidelines for Water Heaters Size
Choose exactly the right size water heater by calculating the home's FHR. Choose the right size water heater by simply calculating the home's FHR, or first hour rating. This allows you to determine exactly the best size to provide your clients with enough hot water as cost-efficiently as possible.
Running time: 127 seconds


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