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Top 100 Hardwood Projects

  1. 31. Wood Flooring Types, sponsored (01:00)

    With so many choices, choosing the right hardwood flooring can be daunting.

  2. 32. How to Stain a Hardwood Floor

    Tackle this project yourself to save a bundle while giving your floors a fresh look.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  3. 33. Salvage Before Replacing Floor (00:01:00)

    Before replacing hardwood flooring, try these wood-salvaging tricks first.

  4. 34. Installing Hardwood Floors

    With a few careful preparations, elbow grease and a weekend, you can have beautiful new floors.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  5. 35. Inserting Screws in Hardwood (00:00:24)

    This simple method makes driving screws into hardwood far easier.

  6. 36. Radiant Heating System (03:06)

    The crew prepares to install a radiant heating system at 53 Lincoln Place.

  7. 37. Modernized Kitchen (05:45)

    Can the homeowners update their kitchen before their new baby arrives?

  8. 38. Squeaky Wood Floors (01:07)

    Quiet a squeaky wood floor yourself with this inexpensive fix.

  9. 39. Subfloor Options (01:33)

    Learn how to prepare the groundwork for a wood floor.

  10. 40. Hardwood Floors Upgrade Room (00:01:00)

    Installing hardwood flooring updates a room without major renovations.

  11. 41. Resurfacing Hardwood Floors

    This DIY Basic will provide tips on resurfacing hardwood floors.

    Time:
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    Cost:
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    Difficulty:
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  12. 42. Step 7: Fill, Finish, Trim Out (01:13)

    How to fill nail holes, stain and finish wood flooring.

  13. 43. Historic Living Room Update (00:03:32)

    Nicole rebuilds built-ins and reveals original maple flooring.

  14. 44. Building a Custom Workbench (01:00)

    Amy Matthews shares tips from the pros for building a custom workbench.

  15. 45. Arts and Crafts Kitchen - 3 (04:23)

    See hardwood floors become butcher block, and a canoe becomes a wine rack.

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