Do More DIY in 2016


If doing more DIY, (do-it-yourself), projects and repairs is part of your agenda for the New Year, then these tips and tricks may help.

The Web is a great resource for all things DIY. If you need to learn how to do anything, or you need to find parts, materials, or get pricing, it’s all at your fingertips.  Entering the correct key words in a search engine like Google will usually produce dozens of relevant links to research. There are also many excellent video instructional channels on Youtube, which are devoted to providing information on all kinds of DIY projects.

Here are some good ones:

Fix My Blinds 

Of course, I’ll start with our channel first, which includes many window blind repair video’s such as restringing, replacing valance clips, tilt mechanisms, clutches, and taking down and rehanging various coverings.

Ron Hazelton – Home Improvement Online

Over 500 hundred free DIY ideas, tips, how-to’s, suggestions, and video tutorials available to help you turn your home improvement plans into finished projects.

ApplianceVideo.Com

Step-by-step video’s so you can successfully diagnose and fix your appliances with confidence.

Bob Vila

The Dean of Home Renovation & Repair Advice

TheDIYGuyDOTnet

Just a regular guy trying to show people how to fix or repair things on there own.

DIY PC Repairs

Helping home computer users carry out basic maintenance and problem troubleshooting on their computers.

Detail King

Detail King is one of the top Auto Detailing Product & Supplies provider, as well as Auto Detailing video’s.

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