Whenever I feel the urge to fix something myself, the first place I go is Google or quite possibly YouTube. It’s the normal reaction of people these days to turn to the internet for free content for instructions and information.
The problem with that is there’s no guarantee that what you read on the internet can be trusted. There’s still a place for curated, verified, and edited content. No more so than when you have something serious and possibly dangerous to accomplish with your DIY home repair project.
This ultimate guide is a best-selling tome for a reason. Put together by the expert editors of Creative Homeowner, it should be on the hand-built bookshelf of every person who even thinks about fixing and improving their home themselves.
It’s a 600-page, 325-project book that covers wiring, plumbing, info on the right tools and covers the essential basics skills you’ll need.
The book is filled with color photos and simple to understand language, each project has been reviewed by a panel of experts to make sure there’s no misinformation or bad advice within its pages. When you consider how much money this book could save you in the future, the minuscule asking price might as well be zero. Get one for yourself and everyone you care about.