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What happens behind the scenes at the television show
A six-year reno saves a 1916 Craftsman-style house.By Margaret Nelson
Fixing old masonry without making it look brand new.By Jordan Reed
A compact console saves space in a small bathroom.By Dan DiClerico
Water filters protect against a variety of hazards.By Max Alexander
How to choose the best painting utensils.By Clayton DeKorne
This metal works well and looks great all over the kitchen.By Jeanne Huber
Soothe away stress at home in a matter of minutes.By Max Alexander
Richard Trethewey puts in a two-piece model at the TV show's Manchester project house.By Scott Gibson
Sound advice on building a beautiful kitchen from a skilled and savvy homeowner.By Joe Carter
Compact and innovative products for the kitchen or bathroom.By Nancy Lackman
The Manchester kitchen changes location to become the house's focal point.By Jefferson Kolle
New retaining walls, decks, and native plants enhance the Timeless Home project.By Sam Martin
Tom Silva finds the headroom to give the Manchester house another half bath.By Alexandra Bandon
A new kitchen and family room turn a summerhouse into a year-round home.By Jonathan Binzen
We visit the set to see how the producers craft TV's reigning home-improvement series.By Tom Russo
Linoleum, vinyl, cork, even leather are comfortable, durable, and look better than ever.By Dan DiClerico
The TV project boathouse informs the look of the main residence.
A relocated kitchen becomes the heart of a house.
Repairing laminate, fascia boards, and brick veneer.
TV-show producer Bruce Irving on finding subcontractors.