Does the thought of strapping on a tool belt and slapping up drywall get you excited? Do wooden planks turn your crank?
Then start down the path of self-fulfillment (and renovation savings), and check out our monster list of do-it-yourself websites! We’ve trolled the Internet to find the best and the brightest, including websites for green renovations.
So don’t be shy – try DIY!
All-Around DIY Home Improvement Websites
Find cost estimates for various home improvements. Although this was drawn up for areas of eastern Ontario, it is useful when drawing up a ballpark figure for project costs.
Tom Humes says
I found your site on technorati and read a few of your other posts. Keep up the good work. I just added your RSS feed to my Google News Reader. Looking forward to reading more from you.
Here are two additional links that maybe of assistance for your readers.
This Free site helps homeowners connect with local contractors.
This is for those thinking of starting their own handyman business (or other home services business)
Thanks for your kind words, Tom!
GetWithGreen.com is another product resource to consider adding to the list. GetWithGreen.com offers green product information and reviews for homeowners who are looking to get more eco-friendly during their home remodel project.
Chicago Plumbers says
Hi ! I have got a site which gives reliable information about plumbing woes require a licensed professional, whether repairing a leak, or insuring trouble-free installation of new plumbing and fixtures. This site gives insight to common plumbing problems, and tips for remodelling or new construction.
Great resourse of sites here. Thank you.
This website has useful information about how to make your home more energy efficient. Info on green renewable energy and recycling as well.
Debbie Smith says
Do you know if there are any rebates for Senior in their homes that have mold. My father’s home has mold in several locations of the home and I am not sure if this would be covered with a rebate. The house is 53 years old and it has mold around the window in his bedroom and in the livingroom.
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Is it possible for me to find a website that will help me
get a carpentry license at home?