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  1. 76. Laser Tools

    DIY Network offers information on three laser tools that can make your next project a bit easier.

  2. 77. Gecko Grip Level (01:19)

    Combining a yardstick with a level, this tool marks level points on a wall.

  3. 78. The Well-Equipped Toolbox (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics on creating the well-equipped toolbox.

  4. 79. Raising the 2013 Blog Cabin (00:01:45)

    The 2013 Blog Cabin gets raised -- literally -- above the new flood level.

  5. 80. Elegant Escape (20:00)

    A bathroom full of strange levels and bad ideas becomes an elegant retreat.

  6. 81. Custom Flushers Save Water (00:01:17)

    Custom flusher toilets let the user choose flush levels to save water.

  7. 82. Cool Tool: Laser Level

    A laser level indicates a level line that can be rotated. DIY experts suggest this handy tool for small projects such as hanging photos...

  8. 83. Kitchen Cabinet Replacement (05:53)

    Here are some key points to keep in mind when replacing kitchen cabinets.

  9. 84. Montgomery Pitch Degree Level (00:01:16)

    Check for level and plumb and now degree and pitch with this new level.

  10. 85. Stacked Slate Tile Install (05:57)

    To take tiling to the next level, use stacked slate on an interior wall.

  11. 86. Creating Additional Parking (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for creating an extra parking space.

  12. 87. Swanson Wood Magnet (01:15)

    This framing tool attaches to a two-by-four and turns it into a level.

  13. 88. Soffit to Me (20:00)

    They buy a beautiful bi-level with a small problem: the cramped kitchen!

  14. 89. Two-Level Deck in the Backyard (00:03:30)

    The Sweat Equity crew helps a couple lanscape and install a two-level deck.

  15. 90. Firehouse Fixes (03:42)

    Tom and Clara saved almost $49,000 by doing the work themselves.

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