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Top 97 Siding Projects

  1. 46. Vinyl Siding Cleaning Tips (00:42)

    Grab a garden sprayer for a fast cleanup for exterior vinyl siding.

  2. 47. Sealing Hidden Energy Leaks (03:08)

    Surprising places in your house where you may be losing precious heat.

  3. 48. Stucco Homes (03:21)

    Do-it-yourself contractors discuss how to select the right stucco.

  4. 49. Sleek, Organized Garage (03:53)

    Brian and his team head in to help the Stuarts declutter their garage.

  5. 50. Installing Siding (00:00:60)

    John DeSilvia shares practical advice on installing siding.

  6. 51. Bachelor-Pad Disaster Part 4 (05:13)

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

  7. 52. Construction Nightmare (03:41)

    John helps Dave and Jess fix some critical mistakes their contractor made.

  8. 53. Curb Appeal (03:30)

    Christine and Steve are redoing their home's interior on a $7,000 budget.

  9. 54. Simple Tips for Siding Repair (00:01:00)

    Use these simple DIY tips to repair or patch a hole in house siding.

  10. 55. Buyer's Guide for Exterior Siding

    Getting ready to re-side your house? DIY Network offers tips on how to compare costs, weigh pros and cons, and learn how each of today...

  11. 56. Black & Decker PaintStick (00:51)

    Get your next painting project rolling with this paint roller system.

  12. 57. Siding Basics

    Siding refers to any kind of material that is placed on the exterior of a home. DIY Network offers information regarding siding basics ...

  13. 58. 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
  14. 59. The Lodge Bar (20:00)

    Tony Siragusa and Jason Cameron build a sports ski lodge in a basement.

  15. 60. Cure for the Cul-de-Sac (20:00)

    Jamey and Laura's nasty landscape sits smack at the end of a cul-de-sac.

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