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Top 97 Siding Projects

  1. 46. 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
  2. 47. Siding Materials

    DIY Network offers information about the many kinds of siding materials that can be used to cover a home.

  3. 48. Replace Architectural Details (00:02:48)

    Nicole replaces missing architectural details from the 4th Street exterior.

  4. 49. Flooring with Flair Part 4 (04:04)

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

  5. 50. Green Garage (03:32)

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

  6. 51. Side Tracked (20:00)

    See which new replacement siding is best for your home and why.

  7. 52. Invisible Vinyl Siding Seams (02:00)

    Make your vinyl siding seams disappear with these tips from the pros.

  8. 53. Installing Cedar-Shake Siding (00:01:00)

    Install cedar-shake siding to your home using these DIY Quicktips.

  9. 54. Saving With Siding (01:34)

    Lou Manfredini explains how the right home exterior can save energy costs.

  10. 55. Rain, Rakes and Radar (03:27)

    On a rainy Florida day, Jason and crew give the Priors' yard a facelift.

  11. 56. No Insulation Leaves Home Cold (00:03:25)

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

  12. 57. Siding Basics

    Siding refers to any kind of material that is placed on the exterior of a home. DIY Network host Jeff Wilson, offers information regard...

  13. 58. Returning Home's Original Look (00:01:00)

    Rehabbing an old space brings it back to the home's original elegance.

  14. 59. Two-Car Garage (03:24)

    Newlyweds replace their tiny garage and give their backyard a boost.

  15. 60. Adult Backyard Getaway (03:32)

    The crew helps two parents create a getaway right in their own backyard.

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