Ok, there is an old saying, “Learn from your mistakes.”. However, why should we learn from ours when we can go to DIY channel and learn from someone else’s mistakes? On this show we watch homeowners tackle their own houses without consulting such persons as Doc. The results are often hilarious, from a pro’s prospective anyhow, and very costly to both the homeowner’s pocketbook and physical wellbeing. So tune in and learn what not to do on your next DIY project, or, better yet, call Doc and avoid getting yourself on this show!
Having new windows installed in your home can be very beneficial. Old windows often do not have a tight seal and allow heat and air to escape, causing an increase in your monthly electric bill. Double pane, vinyl windows are a great choice. Not only do they make your home more energy efficient, but they are easy to clean and increase your home’s value.
Personal Shopper: Your wardrobe’s looking a bit tired and there’s a new season coming up. Maybe it’s time you bought another pair of those comfy trousers you like so much? Oh and that new shoe shop in the mall has an opening sale today, you can’t miss that. Creating can wait!
The ideal workshop would consist of dust collectors, everything top of the line, each tool in it’s proper place, like you would see on a television home improvement tool.
Replace the outside siding of your home with stucco. Outside siding is easy and quick to install but you may need permits and professional assistance. Once installed, exterior siding will last for many years.
Then there are those certain power outlets in a room that activate by a switch near the door. Notice that there is seldom rhyme nor reason to the location of the power outlet. I was especially amused by the switch that controlled the power outlet directly below. Which, ironically, is where the lamp was placed. I could as easily switch the lamp on at its base as to use the wall switch.
When Dan Patrick left ESPN, many thought the two were joined at the hip. Patrick soon proved that he could not only survive but thrive as a morning sports radio talk show host, on his own terms. Dan Patrick went out and assembled several of ESPN’s best behind the scenes personnel and created the Dan Patrick Show.