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Welcome to my video channel where you can watch full episodes of Today's Homeowner and regular segments from the show, "Ask Danny," "Simple Solutions" with Joe Truini, and "Best New Products" with Jodi Marks. Or, use the search bar in the upper right-hand corner to browse the library of more than 2,000 videos on every aspect of your home, including DIY home improvement projects and gardening tips.


Wood deck after cleaning and finishing

How to Clean and Finish a Wood Deck

Since wood decks receive constant abuse from the elements, they require periodic cleaning and refinishing to protect them and keep them looking their best. Watch this video to find out how.

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Using a self propelled, gas powered, walk behind aerator to aerate a lawn.

How to Aerate Your Lawn

The soil in lawns can become compacted over time, resulting in weak or dying grass. Aeration is the process of punching holes in your lawn to allow water and nutrients into the soil. Watch this video to find out how.

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radiant heating

Advantages of Radiant Floor Heating for Your Home

Radiant heating is one of the most comfortable and energy efficient ways to heat your home. A radiant heating system consists of a series of small tubes installed under the floor, above a ceiling, or behind the walls in your home. Hot water from a dedicated hot water heater is then pumped through the tubing to warm the floor, concrete slab, or wallboard.

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How to Clean and Disinfect a Wood Cutting Board

Here’s a nontoxic way to clean and disinfect a cutting board.

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Bathroom Makeover

Ryan and Chloe get an updated bathroom with a new toilet, flooring, faucet and mirrors.

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How to Cast a Concrete Patio Chair

Durable outdoor furniture can be expensive! But not with this DIY hack involving a cheap plastic chair.

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How to Hang Drywall over Bricks

Want to ditch the exposed-brick look? Here’s how to hang drywall over bricks.

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Need to Cut Curves? Try This Trick

You could use cans to draw curves for woodworking projects, but sometimes they’re too small. Joe has a Simple Solution for larger projects.

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