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Top 100 Restoring Projects

  1. 61. Izard Farmhouse Bay Window (00:03:55)

    The crew removes a box bay window in one piece from the Izard farmhouse.

  2. 62. Paint Matching (01:10)

    The science at Sherwin Williams is performed with a spectrophotometer.

  3. 63. Demolition: Electrical Safety (02:57)

    Tips on working safely around existing electrical work.

  4. 64. Bathroom Rehab to Impress (03:46)

    Nicole Curtis renovates a Victorian-style bathroom to impress an investor.

  5. 65. How to Restore an Entryway

    The experts from Restoration Realities demonstrate how to restore a front door and adjacent sash sidelights.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  6. 66. How To Felt a Pool Table

    Restore an old pool table to its former glory, or just give it a new look, by replacing the felt.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  7. 67. How to Reglaze a Clawfoot Tub

    An old clawfoot tub adds old style to a home. Learn how to reglaze an old clawfoot tub.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  8. 68. Painter's Pyramid (00:00:49)

    Check this out! These tiny tools prove big things come in small packages.

  9. 69. Rediscovered Pocket Doors (03:44)

    In a century-old rowhouse, hidden pocket doors are brought back to life.

  10. 70. How to Restore an Old Window

    Steps for restoring the window of an old home to its original condition.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  11. 71. Roof Restoration (03:54)

    Restoring the cedar shake roof gives Ryan's home a sweet boost in equity.

  12. 72. Hidden Asset Under Linoleum (00:02:51)

    Nicole refinishes the pine subflooring hidden under old kitchen linoleum.

  13. 73. Out with New, In with Old (00:20:00)

    Bronson creates a beautiful 1800s inspired "library" in the Decker House.

  14. 74. Restore Architectural Details (00:02:32)

    Restore or replicate missing architectural details whenever possible.

  15. 75. Made and ReMade

    DIY Network has ideas and instructions for updating your decor by repurposing salvaged items into new furniture.

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