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Top 100 Electrical Projects

  1. 61. Remote-Control Ceiling Fan (01:50)

    Learn how to install a ceiling fan that operates with a remote.

  2. 62. Super Cool Cup Lamps (01:19)

    Transform inexpensive plastic cups into stylish retro lamps.

  3. 63. Paul Francisco (01:33)

    Musician Paul Francisco creates a xylophone out of electrical conduit.

  4. 64. How to Build a Conduit Fence

    By using common electrical conduit, you can build an attractive and contemporary fence.

    Time:
    Two Days
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  5. 65. Heating (01:23)

    Learn about heating before remodeling a basement.

  6. 66. Outdoor Water Feature (01:00)

    Amy Matthews explains the process of building an outdoor water feature.

  7. 67. How to Install a Dimmer Switch

    Allegra Bennett, editor of Renovating Woman magazine, explains how to replace a light switch with a dimmer switch.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  8. 68. How to Install an Exterior Solar Panel

    Use these step-by-step instructions to wire and fully install a 1-kilowatt stand-alone system.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $10,000 - $15,000
    Difficulty:
    --
  9. 69. Extension Cord Safety Tips

    DIY experts offer tips on how to stay safe and avoid electrical fires when working with extension cords.

  10. 70. Keeping Kids Safe (04:39)

    Our DIY expert shows ways to childproof your home and keep kids safe.

  11. 71. Updated Condo Kitchen (00:03:52)

    The biggest hassle in this couple's $6K kitchen reno? The electrical work.

  12. 72. The Basics of Home Inspections (01:00)

    Here's what you need to know when looking for a home inspector.

  13. 73. Kitchen Chandelier (01:21)

    Paul Ryan and the homeowners install a kitchen chandelier.

  14. 74. Demolition: Electrical Safety (02:57)

    Tips on working safely around existing electrical work.

  15. 75. Construction Nightmare (03:41)

    John helps Dave and Jess fix some critical mistakes their contractor made.

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