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Top 100 Safety Projects

  1. 76. Lighting Timers (01:28)

    Take a look at various options for interior and exterior lights.

  2. 77. Hurricane Shutters (04:29)

    Get tips for installing hurricane shutters to the exterior of your home.

  3. 78. Safety First (04:47)

    Not only is this kitchen outdated, but a gas leak is making it hazardous.

  4. 79. Wireless Back-Up Car Camera (00:01:13)

    A car owner installs a wireless back-up camera and GPS as a safety feature.

  5. 80. Overloaded Circuits (00:48)

    Home electronics are better than ever...just don't overload your circuits!

  6. 81. Inspecting Shocks and Struts (01:00)

    Shocks and struts are key for safety as well as good steering and handling.

  7. 82. Super Junior Stump Cutter (03:13)

    This lightweight stump cutter eats up a 20-inch stump in about 8 minutes.

  8. 83. Fire Safety (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics on fire safety.

  9. 84. Fireproof Materials- Part 1 (06:11)

    Matt Blashaw learns some new ways to safeguard your home against fire.

  10. 85. How to Build and Install Plywood Hurricane Shutters

    Cutting and installing plywood hurricane shutters could make the difference when it comes to protecting your home and possessions durin...

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  11. 86. How to Cut Small Parts on a Table Saw

    Cutting small parts on a table saw can be a dangerous task. Create a jig that eliminates 99 percent of the danger by enabling users to ...

    Time:
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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  12. 87. Winter Weather Preparedness

    Get tips from DIY Network on being prepared for winter weather.

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  13. 88. Safety Tips

    DIY Network host Paul Ryan shares some safety tips designed to protect your breathing and hearing.

  14. 89. Power Tool Safety (00:51)

    Before starting your next DIY project, know these tips for working safely.

  15. 90. How to Install a Tub Safety Bar

    Safety bars are a great way to add extra support in a bathtub.

    Time:
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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate

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