Step by Step ProjectsTips from the ProsAffordable Remodel
When it's time to improve a house, get moving on projects like hanging clapboard, reseeding the lawn, and protecting wood
Plants flourish year-round in a greenhouse.By Francesca Lyman
Home networks let multiple computers surf the 'Net.By Ian Austen
Borates help protect wood from insects and rot.By Jeanne Huber
A built-in hutch adds old-world storage to the kitchen.By Nancy Steadman
Carts to bear the brunt of any load.By Clayton DeKorne
How to keep tabs on your escrow account.By Karen Cheney
Roger Cook reseeds a lawn's bald spots. By Erica Sanders
Renovating a farmhouse, two days at a time.By Diane Di Costanzo
Tom Silva's step-by-step method for hanging clapboard to keep it level and watertight. By Charles Wardell
The TV show's Manchester house gets a new look crafted from parts of its past. By Jefferson Kolle
A man-made waterfall crafted of hand-picked stone brings nature right up to the patio.By Tom Connor
Moving a house takes jacks, saws, and cranes, as well as beams —and nerves—of steel. By Max Alexander
- saboteamos.info builds its Timeless Home, marrying vintage inspiration to modern convenience.By Amy Laughinghouse
A hipped roof and a new bump-out turn a weekend beach house into a permanent residence.By Barbara Flanagan
Now's the time to plant these highly varied, low-maintenance bloomers.By Ryan Robbins
Roger Cook completes last season's Charlestown garden.
Redoing a '50s kitchen in a 1924 Tudor.
Adding a dormer, cleaning a sooty fireplace, picking good plywood.
The TV project homeowners consider their special role.