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How to Check and Seal Windows

Follow these steps and your windows will be airtight and ready for the season.

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Top 47 Caulking Projects

  1. 1. Bamboo to the Rescue (00:02:15)

    Bamboo can add green to the bath without taking it out of your pocket.

  2. 2. Tub Caulking That Really Lasts (03:24)

    Learn how to remove and re-caulk around your tub like a real pro.

  3. 3. Window & Aluminum Cap (00:04:19)

    This piece looks at insulating and then capping window frames,

  4. 4. Fast Fix in the Kitchen (04:49)

    Tips and tricks for installing a new garbage disposal and faucet.

  5. 5. Window Rescue (02:13)

    DIY to the Rescue helps a homeowner fix a poorly trimmed window.

  6. 6. Insulation Tips and Tricks

    The experts at the DIY Network share their hints for insulating windows, outlets and more.

  7. 7. How To Check and Re-Caulk Flashing

    Maintenance tips for wall, chimney and plumbing vents.

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  8. 8. Gorgeous Lava Rock Countertop (03:29)

    For a unique countertop, take a look at a material made from volcanic ash.

  9. 9. Sophisticated Guest Bathroom (05:07)

    Transform a family bathroom into a sophisticated guest space.

  10. 10. Energy Efficient Home (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics on creating an energy-efficient home.

  11. 11. How to Prepare the House for Winter

    This season, protect your home from Old Man Winter with a few quick and easy fixes.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  12. 12. Easy Winterizing of Your Home (01:00)

    Try these simple maintenance tips to help get your home ready for winter.

  13. 13. Energy Efficient Home (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics on creating an energy-efficient home.

  14. 14. Tube Rollers

    DIY Network gives a tip on how to squeeze the most material out of a tube so that nothing — from toothpaste to caulk — is w...

  15. 15. Easy Winterizing of Your Home (01:00)

    Try these simple maintenance tips to help get your home ready for winter.

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