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Top 100 Porches Projects

  1. 61. Backyard Bargains (03:47)

    Jeff and Elizabeth saved $9,600 on their backyard and back porch redo.

  2. 62. How To Add Finishing Touches to a Victorian Porch

    Some simple brackets on the front porch on this Victorian home returned it to its former glory.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  3. 63. A Porch to Chill On (20:00)

    Jason Cameron helps the team finish off both cabin porches.

  4. 64. A Porch to Chill On Part 3 (06:05)

    Jason Cameron heads up the mountain to help finish off both cabin porches.

  5. 65. Stylish Faux Slate Porch (04:31)

    Learn professional tips for installing a stamped concrete overlay floor.

  6. 66. Versatile Cedar Deck (02:32)

    This deck combines cedar and mountain stone and features a screened porch.

  7. 67. Install Decorative Post & Trim (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for installing a decorative post.

  8. 68. Outdoor Season: Perfect Spaces

    Visit DIYNetwork.com for the best outdoor room design tips and project ideas for outdoor rooms, outdoor kitchens and living spaces.

  9. 69. Desperate Victorian (00:03:28)

    A restored Victorian house receives a badly needed front yard redo.

  10. 70. How To Build a Front Porch Railing

    Learn how to make a railing out of natural branches.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  11. 71. The Cold and the Ugly Part 3 (06:17)

    Rotted columns, chipping paint and a bare yard all need to be history.

  12. 72. The Cold and the Ugly Part 1 (07:09)

    Rotted columns, chipping paint and a bare yard all need to be history.

  13. 73. A Porch and a Pear Tree (01:31)

    The crew transforms a front porch and plants a huge Chanticleer pear tree.

  14. 74. Porch Step Solutions (00:01:00)

    Whether you're replacing or rejuvenating, Amy has great porch step options.

  15. 75. How To Repair a Sagging Support Beam

    Learn how to install a two-column design system to properly support a porch roof.

    Time:
    Two Days
    Cost:
    $1,000 - $2,500
    Difficulty:
    Hard

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