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Top 81 Screens Projects

  1. 61. The Barbershop Trio Part 2 (05:10)

    Three barbers add life, energy and a big-screen TV to a classic man cave.

  2. 62. The Barbershop Trio (00:20:01)

    This 'Barber Shop Trio' Man Cave is deifintely a cut above the rest.

  3. 63. Car & Driver Garage (20:00)

    The team transforms Car and Driver's existing headquarters' testing space.

  4. 64. Big Screen, Surround-Sound (00:20:00)

    Build a home theater that best suits your needs.

  5. 65. Window Maintenance Manual (02:01)

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

  6. 66. Screen Out Bugs (04:56)

    Learn to keep your house free of bugs and repair your own window screens.

  7. 67. Window Screen Replacement (01:44)

    Bob Vila shows Matt Lauer how to replace a torn screen.

  8. 68. The Barbershop Trio Part 4 (04:53)

    Three barbers add life, energy and a big-screen TV to a classic man cave.

  9. 69. How to Repair a Fiberglass Mesh Screen

    If your fiberglass screen has minor damage, you can repair it with an ordinary needle and thread.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  10. 70. A New Shed for the Mwangis (20:01)

    A unused family room is converted into the coolest place to be.

  11. 71. Game Space Galore (20:01)

    Wasted Spaces teaches Tom that many uses can live happily in one room.

  12. 72. 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
  13. 73. Kenmore Elite Refrigerator (00:01:15)

    The Kenmore Elite side-by-side refrigerator features a touch-screen panel.

  14. 74. Privacy Screen for Countertops (03:04)

    Hide or disguise clutter on your countertops using a few small shutters.

  15. 75. How To Build a Screened-In Back Porch

    Learn how to assemble custom wood frames, screen them and individually install them to enclose a porch.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard

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