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ICYMI: Not a fan of this feature? Here are 3 ways to finally say goodbye.
Bid farewell to this not-so-charming ceiling feature
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Scrap the crap off, vacuum it up and repaint the ceiling. 
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Just in time for #backtoschool season!
7 versatile drop-spots for coats, bags, and shoes, each packed with space-saving and clutter-busting ideas to help tidy up your entry
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The experts tell you what upgrades will give you the most bang for your buck
These smart upgrades and fixes won't cost you a lot of money, but they could help you clinch a deal if you're trying to sell
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Get your garage under control with our handy guide!
Our clutter-busting guide to help get yours shipshape
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Lots of great organizing ideas on this one, folks!
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No mudroom? No problem! Here's how you can create an organized space
Easy add-ons for those without this catchall room
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Keep your lawn mower running smoothly with Roger's top 5 tips
This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook shares his top five tips for keeping your lawn mower running smoothly
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Once a cozy 844 square feet, the original Craftsman bungalow was bumped out in back and along one side, then topped with a second story.
A cottage expands its living space downstairs—and gains a second story—without losing its charm
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Very nice... Cozy
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Steal ideas from these stunning transformations!
Borrow from these before-and-afters and give the neighbors something to talk about
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Curious to know your home's story?
Every old house has a story to tell. Find out when your home was built, who lived there, and how they changed it
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Only thing I know about my mom and dads house is it was built in 1873
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With items straight from your cabinet, you can make these quick repairs without a problem
Save yourself a trip to the store and some money, too, by trying these smart work-arounds for common home-related gripes
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Richard Trethewey just had a heart attack.
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What are your go-to safe cleaners?
These green cleaners are staff favorites that bust dirt and grime just as well—if not better—than their traditional counterparts
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Sulfuric Acid wipes out 99% of household germs.
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#ThrowbackThursday! Check out our very first set of bizarre home inspection discoveries
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This Old House's mission is to demystify the home improvement process and to celebrate the fusion of old world craftsmanship and modern technology. Each season features two renovation projects. Project One traditionally consists of eighteen or so episodes and is filmed in Massachusetts. Project Two is generally taped in a different region of the country to highlight the variety of American architectural styles and renovation issues.

PBS's Emmy Award winning THIS OLD HOUSE is television's premier home improvement series. ASK THIS OLD HOUSE solves the steady stream of home improvement problems faced by viewers.

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