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Top 100 Bricks Projects

  1. 61. Replacing Damaged Brick (02:52)

    Damaged bricks can lead to costly home repairs if they're not replaced in time.

  2. 62. Ultimate French Drain (04:42)

    A problem-solving French drain is disguised by a dry creek and plants.

  3. 63. How To Build a Brick Mailbox

    Building a brick mailbox will provide curb appeal to your home while protecting your mailbox from vandalism.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  4. 64. Brick Bye Brick (20:00)

    A newlywed couple take their bathroom down to its studs and start over.

  5. 65. 22-Year Facelift (03:14)

    After 22 years of wear and tear, this kitchen was in need of a facelift.

  6. 66. Special Wall Boxes (03:23)

    Learn how to hang items on brick walls by making wall display boxes.

  7. 67. Outside the Box (20:00)

    Marc helps knock down a wall to open up more space in a row house.

  8. 68. Old World Brick Wall (00:01:00)

    See how brick veneers and stucco can give life to a plain block wall.

  9. 69. Siding Materials

    DIY Network offers information about the many kinds of siding materials that can be used to cover a home.

  10. 70. Restoring Brick Walls (00:01:00)

    Bring brick walls back to their glory days with these steps.

  11. 71. How to Grout Interior Brick Veneer

    Follow these steps to complete the installation of interior brick veneer by applying mortar to the brick joints.

    Time:
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    Cost:
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    Difficulty:
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  12. 72. Getting Started on Brickwork

    Mixing mortar and laying the initial bricks properly will ensure that trimming the cabinet goes smoothly.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  13. 73. How to Demolish a Brick Wall

    Use these step-by-step instructions to easily tear down a brick wall in a kitchen.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  14. 74. Lyropa Pro Fit Hole Saw (01:01)

    This saw's carbide tip cuts through wood, mdf, fiberboard and even brick.

  15. 75. Row House in Washington, DC (03:06)

    A 1919 DC brick row-house gets a new front porch and antique glass panels.

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