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Top 97 Siding Projects

  1. 31. Tips for Cutting Vinyl Siding (01:17)

    Check out these tips for measuring and cutting vinyl siding.

  2. 32. How to Repair and Replace Siding

    These step-by-step instructions from Weekend Handyman demonstrate how to repair damaged siding and install cedar-shake panels.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  3. 33. Flooring with Flair Part 1 (04:31)

    The wood floors are installed with a special inlay and poplar bark siding.

  4. 34. NuCedar PVC Siding (02:18)

    Kevin takes a look at NuCedar PVC siding, a durable alternative to wood.

  5. 35. Applying Cedar Siding (00:58)

    Here's a quick guide to installing cedar siding.

  6. 36. DIY Home Flashing Installation (00:01:00)

    Stop home water damage before it begins with these flashing install tips.

  7. 37. Tips on Installing Vinyl Siding

    DIY Network experts offer 10 tips you must know about installing vinyl siding.

  8. 38. No Insulation Leaves Home Cold (00:03:25)

    A shady contractor leaves this couple 'out in the cold' with no insulation.

  9. 39. How to Apply Stone Veneer Siding

    Get the look of real stone without the cost. Use these step-by-step instructions and learn how to apply stone veneers to the exterior o...

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $1,000 - $2,500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  10. 40. Little Green Suckers (01:16)

    These suction cups stick to walls and act as a second pair of hands.

  11. 41. Green Garage (03:32)

    This garage goes green when salvaged materials make their way back inside.

  12. 42. $43K New Garage (05:26)

    The Gilligans' garage costs nearly $13,000 less than the original estimate.

  13. 43. Ready, Set, Nail (01:55)

    Get straightforward advice for nailing vinyl siding.

  14. 44. Carefree Vinyl Siding (01:28)

    Say goodbye to your painting headaches by installing vinyl siding.

  15. 45. Bachelor-Pad Disaster Part 1 (05:52)

    Recent college grads are finding that their landscape needs to grow up.

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