Robert Clark's bookmarks - DIY & Home Improvements
My wife and I moved into a large Edwardian house at the end of 1996. We are
slowly renovating and repairing it as it had fallen into a state of disrepair
under the previous owner. With so much work to do, we are always looking for
tips and guidance on how to do the various jobs ourselves. For anyone in a
similar situation, some of these sites may offer assistance.
All About Home Get expert tips for cleaning, repair, restoration, etc
Ask the Builder Compiled by Tim Carter, a US nationally syndicated newspaper columnist
B&Q The UK's leading DIY and home improvement store
Country Gardens One of the leading garden centre groups in the United Kingdom
DoItYourself.com The Community for Household Hints, Home Repair, and Remodeling
The Electronic Neanderthal Info on woodworking books and tools
EnergyOutlet Advice and guidance on energy conservation
flyingtoolbox.com Need a washing machine or TV repaired? Find the local home appliance breakdown repair service
Good Housekeeping The site of the magazine, with some pages covering common household problems
Gothic Martha Stewart Tips on gothic-style interior design
Greenfingers.com Your UK garden resourse and centre for gardening information
Home and Workshop Online Advice includes decorating tips, concreting, etc.
Home Improvement, Gardening, Decorating, Sewing and Money Saving Information
Home Improvements Encyclopedia From Better Homes and Gardens magazine
Homebase One on the UK's leading DIY stores
HomeIdeas The Ultimate Research Tools For Your Home Project!
Home Portfolio The leading Internet destination for premium home design products
HomePro.com The home improvement specialists. Handy hints, find a professional, ask advice, jargon buster, etc.
RepairClinic US based, appliance repair tips & help
Salvo! Gateway to the world of Architectural Salvage, Antique Garden Ornaments
and Reclaimed Building Materials
ScrewfixDirect Low priced tools and DIY
The Service Centre Extremely useful site if you own a Hotpoint, Creda, Cannon of GE
appliance. You can order spare parts direct, and for some parts, instructions
on fitting are available (in .pdf format). They even had a part for an tumble
dryer that is almost 30 years old!
Yahoo! Living Calculators for working out how much paint, wallpaper, concrete you need. DIY hints and tips
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Date last updated: 31st August 2006