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How to Identify a Load-Bearing Wall

Most people enjoy an open floor plan these days, but it’s impossible to achieve that look in older homes without taking down a few walls. Since some of those walls might be keeping the rest of the house standing, it’s important to understand how load-bearing walls work and be able to identify them. Read more… [...]

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How to Change a Faucet

Leaky, unsightly faucets are a fairly common problem, but with a few simple tools—and the willingness to wedge yourself under a sink for a little while—swapping one out for a brand new faucet is a simple project to DIY. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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Four of These Clamps Will Turn Almost Anything Into a Table

Last year, Gizmodo wrote about a Kickstarter for the Floyd Leg, an age-old, simple-as-nails clamp that turns whatever vaguely table-sized piece of material you choose into, well, an actual table. It was a refreshingly simple invention amidst the usual morass of insane vaporware and weird personal projects, and now, it’s a real thing you can [...]

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Fireworks Safety Suit

A fireworks maker approached mad scientist Colin Furze to make a promo video. Colin decided to make a steel suit so that he could stand in the middle of a fireworks display. Naturally. Tony Stark would be proud. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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