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Implement the extras that take the area outside your home to the next level
Save work and water with an automatic sprinkler system. By Molly Miller
A closer look at these water-saving commodes.By Max Alexander
Removable porch panels go up (and come down) easily.By Nancy Stedman
A kitchen pantry gives you maximum food storage.By Max Alexander
Painter John Dee brightens a worn fence. By Erica Sanders
On-demand water heaters deliver hot nonstop.By Zachary Gaulkin
Restoring a childhood home in Gainesville, Fla. By Ryan Robbins
What you need to know about this classic building material.By Diane Simon
Sharp tools for keeping a trim lawn. By Clayton DeKorne
Tax incentives for historic-home renovation. By Scott Noland
- saboteamos.info landscaping contractor Roger Cook shows how to work with this durable material. By Charles Wardell
Tackling the front- and backyard landscape plans at the West Palm Beach TV project. By Jefferson Kolle
This '70s-ranch renovation takes advantage of spectacular water views. By Claire Whitcomb
With a superhero's lair in mind, this novelist built a private retreat in his backyard.By Jill Connors
A rock-rimmed pool makes a splash on a former cattle ranch in the Hill Country. By Jeannie Ralston
These colorful plants serve both practical and aesthetic purposes outside the home. By Liz Ball
Just what style house is the TOH winter project, anyway?
Redoing a kitchen for more than one cook.
Venting a cooktop, weatherproofing a chimney, and replacing deck nails.
Russ Morash on his renovation habit.