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Top 100 Building Projects

  1. 61. Sweat Equity IQ: Decks (01:00)

    Here are tips for building an outdoor deck, which can boost home equity.

  2. 62. Picnic Table (01:42)

    Bruce Johnson demonsrates the steps in building the ideal picnic table.

  3. 63. How to Attach Seat Buckets to Dining Room Chairs

    Learn how to finish constructing a dining room chair by adding the seat bucket.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  4. 64. Build a Brick Raised Fire Pit With Gas and Lava Rocks

    A raised fire pit is built from bricks and hooked up to gas in this project.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    --
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  5. 65. Blog Cabin 2013 Location (00:01:57)

    Chris Grundy introduces the beachfront location of Blog Cabin 2013.

  6. 66. Strengthening the Foundation

    DIY's Home IQ follows the Oberg family during the decision-making process of building a home. In this article, you'll learn about the e...

  7. 67. Wall Construction (01:08)

    Stephen and Shelley Stockton give insider advice on how to build a wall.

  8. 68. Build a Reclaimed Wood Cabinet (00:01:00)

    Matt builds a reclaimed wood cabinet that adds stylish bathroom storage.

  9. 69. The Hot Tub Deck (20:02)

    Paul & team replace an old deck with an impressive multi-level work of art.

  10. 70. Blog Cabin 2014: Laundry Room (00:02:58)

    Take a tour of the Blog Cabin 2014 laundry room with host Laurie March.

  11. 71. Building a Gravel Table (01:23)

    Ahmed finds a use for excess gravel: as the base of a picnic table.

  12. 72. Picnic Table (00:20:00)

    Bruce Johnson shows the steps in building the ideal picnic table.

  13. 73. Making a Deck With Low Curves (03:58)

    Paul's design optimizes a large, empty yard and creates a relaxing space.

  14. 74. Driving System (00:55)

    With the Simpson Strong Tie, building a deck won't be a pain in the neck.

  15. 75. How to Build a Custom Picket Fence

    A custom picket fence introduces a little flair in an otherwise utilitarian landscape element.

    Time:
    Two Days
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate

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