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Top 100 Lawns Projects

  1. 91. Outdoor Equipment Maintenance (01:00)

    Routine seasonal maintenance is the best way to care for your equipment.

  2. 92. Red Pig Garden Tools (00:03:45)

    Check out this copywriter turned blacksmith who hand-forges garden tools.

  3. 93. Rusty Wrought-Iron Fix (02:25)

    Get your iron furniture rust free and looking like new with these tips.

  4. 94. Laying Sod (01:00)

    Jason Cameron shares tips on laying sod to create a lush new lawn.

  5. 95. No-Crank Hose Reel (00:01:03)

    No more messing with cranks and dirty hoses. Check out this SmartReel.

  6. 96. Garden Groom (00:01:24)

    This hedge trimmer cuts and also collects and shreds clippings into mulch!

  7. 97. Green Your Lawn (00:01:02)

    Here's the DIY Download for maintaining a green lawn.

  8. 98. How to Install a Sprinkler Head

    Installing your own irrigation heads may seem like a daunting task, but it's a lot easier than you might think.

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  9. 99. How to Repair a Lawn Using Sod

    The sod method gives quick results, but takes a little more care than other methods.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  10. 100. Updating Your Entryway (01:00)

    Make the outside of your home as inviting as the inside with these tips.

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