Top 10 Home Repair Tips

Find out some of the top home repair tips for that next home improvement project.
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19 Responses to Top 10 Home Repair Tips

  • Monica Teakell says:

    I think caulk lasts more than a year. 9 tubes. And a few days of work. And
    a few tears. You can’t do it all in the same day. My arm was shaky i did
    three tubes. Havnt finished the rest yet.

  • Bardi Heating and Air Conditioning says:

    The first tip is a great one. It’s so important to get your filters
    changed. It also does a LOT for your indoor air quality.

  • Thebowzer221 says:

    She’s cute, beautiful hair, and a great rack. What’s not to like about this

  • patstrongrealestate says:

    Top 10 Home Repair Tips! Do you have a tip to share?

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  • Coldwell Banker, The Real Estate Shoppe, Inc. says:

    Top 10 Home Repair Tips

  • zankhe43 says:

    Funny–in the choices of “What’s most important to you when looking to buy
    a home?” on your channel, QUALITY/CRAFTSMANSHIP isn’t a choice. Seems
    nobody knows what it is anymore and why it’s so hard to find or so costly
    when you do. It should be a top priority instead of all the throw-away
    homes of today. They may as well be pole buildings for as much character,
    sturdiness, and long-term liveability they have. IKEA homes. America-not
    known for quality anymore.

  • Sri Selfianti says:

    great video. thx for sharing

  • TobiasBoon1980 says:

    I’ve got a tip for her…make sure what you put into repairs can be
    recouped if the house is ever sold.

  • TobiasBoon1980 says:

    also caulk

  • Dustefart says:

    i live in an old victorian built around 1900. it needs a lot of work but i
    love it.

  • HomeEnergyNow says:

    @zankhe43 Oh they still build quality homes…..most people I guess
    including you just can’t afford them. America knows how to get more
    families in homes by making them affordable. Doesn’t mean you couldn’t find
    somebody to build a bulletproof house that will last forever with no
    maintenance, it means most would just rather not piss there money away on
    one since the avg. American may only stay there 5-7 years.

  • Gainesvilleroofing says:

    Good Practical tips for homeowners. Thanks for the video

  • Bill Coffman says:

    Tip number three is especially important. Knowing where the shut off valve
    is and having to the tool to shut is off for your water line can make the
    difference between a minor water leak and thousands of dollars on damage.
    If you do wind up with lots of damage don’t forget that most homeowners
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  • Mississauga Handyman says:

    I like the basketball idea for checking the way your driveway tilts but if
    it doesn’t tilt the right way than what do you do if you’re not ready to
    repave your driveway?

  • Steve Ostrom - Coldwell Banker Sun Ridge says:

    Great Video!

  • howtofinishabasement says:

    Great and practical tips

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