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How to Analyze Soil Temps and Drainage

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Top 68 Drainage Projects

  1. 1. Expert Advice on Gutters and Downspouts

    The contractors from DIY's Be Your Own Contractor discuss an important topic that's related closely to roofing — gutters and down...

  2. 2. PVC Tubing 101 (03:34)

    PVC Tubing 101 from the experts at Plumbing Basics.

  3. 3. Selecting the Best Location for a Garden

    DIY experts discuss how to choose the most suitable site for a vegetable garden, a location that will allow the vegetables to thrive.

  4. 4. Essential Gutter Check-Up (01:07)

    Prevent leaks and water damage by cleaning your gutters.

  5. 5. French Drain (01:54)

    The importance of French drains and their installation process.

  6. 6. Drainage (01:56)

    Without proper drainage, your load-bearing wall may be in for problems.

  7. 7. Precise Deck Board Spacing (01:21)

    Find out how to space the deck boards properly for optimal drainage.

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

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

  9. 9. State-of-the-Art Showers (02:43)

    See the latest bath innovations, from shower heads to custom seating.

  10. 10. House Wrap (02:18)

    House wrap helps form a barrier against moisture and the mold it attracts.

  11. 11. Desperate on Dogwood Part 3 (05:59)

    In a quiet, secluded neighborhood, this landscape screams for help.

  12. 12. Sump Pump (00:38)

    For persistent moisture in an existing basement, a sump pump may help.

  13. 13. Basic Steps of Building a Foundation

    DIY Network takes you in order through the basic steps of building of a foundation.

  14. 14. Dry Foundations (00:47)

    If the retaining wall ties into the house's foundation, caulking is a must.

  15. 15. Cure for the Cul-de-Sac (20:00)

    Jamey and Laura's nasty landscape sits smack at the end of a cul-de-sac.

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