Fireplace Insulating Plug — 'Remove it before you start a fire'
Fireplace Insulating Plug Stop your chimney from stealing heat Fireplace dampers can't stop heat loss as well as a tight-fitting chimney insulating plug. Trims with a knife to fit your chimney. Rigid, closed-cell polyethylene is unaffected by moisture. Insulation R-Value of 8. 42"W x 12"L x 2"H. Remove it before you start a fire
STORSLAGEN Double curtain rod set - black 47 1/4-82 5/8 "
You can adjust the length of the curtain rods to fit your window. The wall fittings can be adjusted in depth, allowing you to hang the curtains closer or further from the window. You can combine two layers of curtains, one thick and one thin, using the double rod. Includes: 2 curtain rods, 2 wall fixtures and 2 finials. May be completed with SYRLIG curtain rings (dia. 1\" and 1½\") in black. Max. distance between the wall fixture is 70 ¾\". Max. load of the thick curtain rod is 22 lbs and…
Quick Tip: Winterize Your Home
Don’t miss 11 Ways to Winterize Your Home on a Budget!Eliminate Winter Surprises While you were having fun in the sun this summer, it was no vacation for your house. Sun, wind and rain can cause as much wear and tear as snow and ice. A fall checklist will tip you off to some problems […]
Bob Vila’s 5 “Must Do” November Projects
For homeowners, top-priority November projects include preparing your home indoors and out, as you look forward to a stress-free Thanksgiving.
Shelf Life: 10 Bookcases You Can Make Yourself
<p>Any bibliophile knows that storing your books is almost as much of an obsession as reading them. And while books can be an expensive habit, storing them doesn’t have to be. DIY bookshelves are an easy project, and you can build a bookcase yourself for a lot less than you can buy one. And quickly too -- in half a day, or less, on a weekend. DIY design ideas abound on the web, so there is no lack of guidance on how to build bookshelves. Repurpose a ladder, pallet or cinder blocks -- it’s…
50 Products for Quick Fixes Around the House
As any homeowner knows, no one can prepare you for the burden that comes from realizing that every creak, crack, scratch, and clog in your house is something that you and you alone will need to fix (or pay someone else to fix). If you have the money to hire a handyman for every household woe, go ahead. But if you want to hang on to your cash and exercise some self-sufficiency, take a look at this list for clever little products that promise to resolve myriad problems around the house.