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How To Replace a Threshold or Sill
Posted By: d_giordano ; Category: Home Improvement & Gardening; October 20, 2008
Author Lowes.com; Website: www.lowes.com

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Because all door sills and thresholds are exposed to continual foot traffic and exterior ones are exposed to the elements, they can become worn or damaged and may need to be replaced. It is an easy project for a do-it-yourselfer who is comfortable with standard tools.
How To Replace a Window Pane
Posted By: d_giordano ; Category: Home Improvement & Gardening; October 20, 2008
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Even if you don't live near a golf course, there probably will be a day when something comes flying through a window and into your house. If you have double-paned or insulated windows, you'll need to replace both the glass and the sash around it. But if you live in an older house with single-paned windows, you can fix the broken pane yourself.
How To Repair Damaged Wood
Posted By: d_giordano ; Category: Home Improvement & Gardening; October 20, 2008
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How To Repair a Sticky Door
Posted By: d_giordano ; Category: Home Improvement & Gardening; October 20, 2008
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Woodworking is not just about creating a piece of furniture or a craft project. It can also come in handy around the house. For example, as your home settles over the years, doors sometimes rub on their trim and stick. It is an annoying nuisance that is simple to fix.
How To Make Your Home More Energy Efficient
Posted By: d_giordano ; Category: Home Improvement & Gardening; October 20, 2008
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