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How to Give a Kitchen a Quick Facelift

This DIY Basic will provide tips on how to give your kitchen a quick facelift.

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Quick Fixes

Top 48 Quick Fixes Projects

  1. 1. Quick Fix for Cabinet Hinges (02:35)

    Give your kitchen cabinets an easy door tune-up.

  2. 2. Carpeting Rescue (05:01)

    In minutes, homeowners can repair damaged carpeting with this quick fix.

  3. 3. Quick Fix for Doors (04:09)

    Troubleshooting tips and quick solutions for adjusting doors and hinges.

  4. 4. Cabinet Door Inserts (00:60)

    This quick fix will rev up the style on boring builder-grade cabinets.

  5. 5. Selecting Carpet for Your Home (01:00)

    Find out more about floor covering before you go shopping for carpet.

  6. 6. How To Lay New Sod

    A quick fix to a dead landscape is instant green sod. Just a few rolls make a vibrant green carpet.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  7. 7. First House (20:02)

    Simple projects to make a starter house sparkle.

  8. 8. Quick Tips for Changing Cabinet Pulls and Knobs

    Changing out the knobs or pulls on kitchen cabinets is an inexpensive way to update a kitchen. DIY Network gives you tips on how.

  9. 9. Quick Fixes (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for quick fixes.

  10. 10. Infinite Quick-Fix Solutions (00:01:01)

    These silicon rubber balls can fix almost anything on your to-do list.

  11. 11. Simple Home Repairs

    Nagging little problems are the bane of every homeowner's existence, and the professionals charge big bucks for repairs. DIY Network of...

  12. 12. Quick and Easy Roof Fixes (01:26)

    Here is a fast fix if you have a leak in your roof.

  13. 13. Rusty Porcelain Sink Repair (00:03:15)

    Nicole's 'quick fix' bathroom turns into a bigger project than she expects.

  14. 14. Easy Home Office Design (01:00)

    Simple solutions for planning and designing an efficient home office.

  15. 15. Essential Tips for Grout (01:00)

    Keep grout in tiptop shape with a little preventative maintenance.

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