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Top 59 Additions Projects

  1. 1. How to Build an Attached Greenhouse

    This attached greenhouse can be assembled in one weekend.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  2. 2. Metabo Chipping Hammer (00:01:38)

    Heavy on demolition, but light on you! Check out this deconstruction tool.

  3. 3. Upgrades Add Home Equity (02:01)

    Increase your home's equity with these suggestions for household upgrades.

  4. 4. Island Waterfall (20:00)

    A yard is converted into an island oasis with the addition of a waterfall.

  5. 5. Contemporary Spool Oasis (20:01)

    This empty backyard becomes an oasis with the addition of a "spool".

  6. 6. Laguna Band Saw (01:05)

    Take a look at this great addition to any woodworking shop.

  7. 7. Front Porch Addition (20:00)

    This couple wants to add an open porch to the flat front of their home.

  8. 8. Plumb-It Extendable Level (01:16)

    This is a must-have tool for doing any kind of framing work.

  9. 9. Daunting Dormer (03:59)

    John helps Donna and Toni save more than 10 grand on their attic redo.

  10. 10. How to Add a Deck to the Home

    A deck addition expands your outdoor living space and could increase your home's resale value.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $2,500 - $5,000
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  11. 11. Schonstedt Magnetic Locator (00:01:23)

    Determine the boundaries of your property with this handy magnetic tool.

  12. 12. Add-A-Bath Part 1 (06:39)

    Completing a basement with the addition of a bathroom.

  13. 13. Lake-Inspired Flooring -Part 1 (05:31)

    Floor tile is the first major addition to this bathroom renovation.

  14. 14. Adding to a Deck (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics of adding to a deck.

  15. 15. Warm Steel Loft (00:20:01)

    A 1980s loft addition on a craftsman home is updated to fit with the house.

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