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Home Improvement Smartphone Apps

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Good DIY information is essential when tackling home improvement projects. Smartphone apps are a great source for home improvement information.

Apps can include everything from how-to videos and project plans to calculators and bar code scanners. Watch this video to find out more.

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The most important tool for successful home improvement is good information. So do some research online or download an app that you can consult while you’re working on your project.

You can search for products, where to buy them, and calculate how much material you need. Some apps include how-to videos, project examples, and scanners to access product information from bar codes on packaging. You can even share photos of your work.

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    Lindsay Hughes Says:
    April 18th, 2016 at 10:43 am

    We love to hear that, Mercedes!



  • Mercedes Delgado Says:
    April 16th, 2016 at 3:15 am

    I’m 50 years old but consider myself a handy woman. I love to do a lot of stuff in the house or business. The only thing I don’t do is the electrical and the plumbing but one day I will learn about it. I’m looking forward to buy a farm in the near future. And must probably I would be doing a lot of wood work. I LOVE YOUR SHOW. YOU GUYS ARE WHAT I NEED TO ACCOMPLISH MY GOALS. Out of all the home improvement shows I see, you are my favorite.


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