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Top 83 Screens Projects

  1. 31. How to Replace Screen Material

    Screen fabric comes in rolls and is available in various types at any home center. Follow these easy instructions to replace the materi...

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  2. 32. Pool & Pavilion Part 2 (05:14)

    Carolina home gets pool, pavilion, grilling station, granite, and flat TV.

  3. 33. Backyard Horseshoe Pit (01:08)

    This family's large backyard gets its very own horseshoe pit.

  4. 34. Pool and Pavilion (20:00)

    Dean and Derek install a pool, patio and pavilion in this ultimate space.

  5. 35. Sports Bar Basement (20:01)

    Josh gives this sports fanatic the "Man Town" basement of his dreams.

  6. 36. Chef Sleeve Saves iPad Screen (00:01:13)

    The Chef Sleeve plastic casing protects an iPad tablet from kitchen spills.

  7. 37. Stained Concrete Patio (07:28)

    A swampy backyard gets a facelift with a new patio of stained concrete.

  8. 38. Privacy Screen (02:10)

    The team builds a folding privacy screen to place around the hot tub.

  9. 39. Window Maintenance Manual (02:01)

    Keep your windows clean and well-maintained with these simple strategies.

  10. 40. Environmentally Friendly Home (01:00)

    Save energy & help the environment with these few changes around the home.

  11. 41. How to Replace a Window Screen

    Carter Oosterhouse shows how to repair a damaged window screen by replacing the screen material.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  12. 42. Shoji Screen (03:54)

    A Decorating Small Spaces room solution: a multifunction shoji wall unit.

  13. 43. Replacing A Door Screen (02:01)

    A complete guide for replacing a damaged screen in a wood-frame door.

  14. 44. LG True Balance: Smart Laundry (00:01:32)

    LG's True Balance energy-efficient washer and dryer save time and money.

  15. 45. Hi-Def Television (01:00)

    We provide a technical description of how HD differs from standard TV.

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