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Top 52 Sealing Projects

  1. 16. Air Sealing Your Home (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics of air sealing your home.

  2. 17. How to Repair and Reseal the Driveway

    Follow these steps to repair and reseal a driveway.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  3. 18. How to Seal a Countertop Seam with Epoxy

    Use this technique to create a tight, permanent, almost invisible seam in difficult-to-work-with countertop materials like natural slat...

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  4. 19. Sealing A Blacktop Driveway (02:01)

    For a driveway that looks like new, here's how to repair cracked blacktop.

  5. 20. Preparing Your Home for Winter (01:00)

    Protect your home from Old Man Winter with these quick and easy fixes.

  6. 21. How to Air Seal a Home (00:01:00)

    Identify and air seal areas that may let outside air into your home.

  7. 22. Fabulous Fireplace- Part 3 (04:25)

    Brian and Danelle's first home needs a lot of work. Enter Amy Wynn Pastor.

  8. 23. How to Seal a Driveway

    Periodic sealing will keep your asphalt driveway in top condition.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  9. 24. Water in Basement (00:40)

    You can waterproof an existing house as well as a new construction.

  10. 25. Sealing Paint Cans (01:31)

    Follow these steps to keep a can of leftover paint fresh and read to use.

  11. 26. Insulation (01:26)

    Host Paul Ryan gives tips about home insulation and sealing windows and doors.

  12. 27. Tips for Applying Deck Sealer

    DIY Network takes a look at some of the many techniques for applying deck sealer.

  13. 28. Deck Cleaning (01:03)

    Host Amy Matthews shares tips on cleaning and sealing a wooden deck.

  14. 29. Solving the Seepage Mystery (00:00:23)

    Find out where the water seepage in your basement is coming from.

  15. 30. Deck Maintenance (00:50)

    Valuable tips for maintaining your deck and keeping it looking great.

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