Jim's Home Repair Stuff
Most of the topics here come from questions that
were once asked frequently on the
Best Home Repair Book
Basic Tools for New/Novice Do-It-Yourselfer
Phone Numbers for Common Household Product Companies
Pressure Washers -- Gas vs Electric
Removing Sticker and Tape Goo
How to Loosen a Tight Screw
How to Tighten a Loose Screw -- Fixing a Stripped or Wallered Out Screw Hole
Fixing Floor Squeaks
Water Levels -- Making and Using the Worlds Most Accurate Level
Duct Tape Ain't for Ducts (hamsters)
Trivia Break --Here's How a Dimmer Switch Works
Why Are There So Many Questions About Bathroom Vent Fans??
Here's a Place You Can Get Answers to Home Electrical Wiring Questions
Places to Buy Specialty Hardware On the Net
Is Pressure Treated Wood Safe to Eat?
Washing Windows-- It's Easy If You Know How
Do Magnetic Water Softeners For The Home Work?My opinion -- No
Wood Ewe? Wood Eye? Wood Facts
I almost always use screws, but if you intend to nail you need to Choose the Right Nail
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Detailed Instructions for Over 30 Home Projects Illustrated by Ken and Barbie
Another Website With Home Repair Tips and Instructions More Do-It-Yourself Articles The Natural Handyman
More Do-It-Yourself Articles
The Natural Handyman-- Excellent DIY site. If I'd seen this site first, I might not have made mine.
Danny Lipford -- More DIY Articles.
Home Improvement Inside And Out -- DIY, and other home help +links
A Fairly Large Collection of Projects from Ron Hazelton's "House Calls" TV Show
Another My Home Repair
Site It was young when I added this link, we hope it grows FAQ for sci.electronics.repair -- Electrical Gadget Repair
FAQ for sci.electronics.repair -- Electrical Gadget Repair
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Georgia-Pacific -- the site has closed. I don't know why.
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