A brief explanation about the podcast schedule and a request for your help to make the Thumb and Hammer Home Improvement Podcast the best it can be.
Until you can afford a major renovation, do you live with what you have or can you justify spending money on something destined for the landfill?
This is the tale of our new front door, from the sale to installation to service and the mistakes that were made along the way by the parties
A response to an article on Mashable “11 DIY videos absolutely no one asked for.” So, why do makers make what they make the way they make anyway?
Spending too much money, pricing yourself out of the market, or not spending enough money, hurting your property value. And whether it really matters.
In this episode of the podcast, we look at two popular waterproofing methods plus the steps you can take to avoid such drastic measures to solve your wet basment problems.
Making sense of the different types of drywall, drywall compound, mesh vs paper tape and drywall tools.
An election, a TV show and a board game. Looking back at news topics that as a homeowner, I found to be significant or interesting.
In this podcast episode, I look at how we so quickly maxed out our credit cards and how saving $600 by DIYing a project could potentially cost much more.
Looking back at some of the more memorable open houses I attended and some of the mistakes that were made.