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Top 100 Porches Projects

  1. 46. No Porch, No Problem (20:00)

    Before Jason and his team arrived this house didn't even have a porch!

  2. 47. Cleanup on Carolina Avenue- 1 (06:17)

    In a neighborhood of gorgeous old homes, one sticks out like a sore thumb.

  3. 48. Carolina Avenue (20:00)

    The neighbors say Bob's a great guy who let the garden go after a divorce.

  4. 49. Dad-and-Daughter Porch Project (00:03:45)

    In a weekend, Nicole and her dad return a room to its front-porch origins.

  5. 50. Burdsall Avenue (20:00)

    On Burdsall Avenue, a smart family needs a serious lesson on landscaping.

  6. 51. Engaged to a Mess (05:07)

    Rebuilding a porch, adding a fence and plants to fix a Desperate Landscape.

  7. 52. How to Refinish a Porch Swing

    Give a weather-worn swing new life by following these directions.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  8. 53. Most Awesome Backyard Hideaways

    DIY Network experts strive to create gardens of zen and retreats for relaxation. Browse through the photo gallery of ultimate outdoor s...

  9. 54. How to Make a Bracket for a Porch Overhang

    DIY experts show how to use Extira -- an exterior composite material -- and a few righteous router tricks to create a bracket for a por...

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  10. 55. Renovated 4th Street House (00:03:30)

    Nicole gives a tour of the 4th Street house after renovations are complete.

  11. 56. Install Decorative Post & Trim (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for installing a decorative post.

  12. 57. Our Favorite Cottage Gardens From Rate My Space

    See pix of quaint cottage-style gardens sent in by DIY Network viewers.

  13. 58. Stylish Faux Slate Porch (04:31)

    Learn professional tips for installing a stamped concrete overlay floor.

  14. 59. A Porch to Chill On (20:00)

    Jason Cameron helps the team finish off both cabin porches.

  15. 60. Row House in Washington, DC (03:06)

    A 1919 DC brick row-house gets a new front porch and antique glass panels.

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