Here is another way you can enhance your woodworking skills even further...

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Did you know that as a woodworker, you probably already have most of the skills and tools needed to do 90% of home repair or home improvement projects?

That’s right, you can save yourself thousands of dollars on home improvement projects that you can easily do yourself.

But maybe you don’t have the confidence because you think you do not have the experience in doing these types of projects. Well that is no longer the case!

For precisely this reason, we have created a Woodworkers Home Improvement Upgrade Package that will give you all the detailed instructions and plans to tackle home improvement projects with total confidence.

This package is called “I Can Do Home Improvement” and consists of three (3) modules, bulging with full color information and tutorials on getting your home improvement projects done professionally the very first time, and saving you tons of money in the process.

Many of us woodworkers are homeowners or need to expand the functionality of our living and working spaces, so “I Can Do Home Improvement” is a natural next step in the evolution of your woodworking skills.

So let me elaborate a bit on these three modules.

Module #1

 Carpentry Projects You Can Do

A carpentry project can be fun and rewarding, but it requires more than just a knack for cutting lumber and pounding nails. In fact, your natural ability with tools may not affect the finished product as much as your attention to details, materials, costs and local building codes. Address these issues in the planning stages so you can use your time efficiently once you start to cut. Start any project by asking yourself the questions below. Once You’ve addressed each question, you can feel confident about the project you're about to start. 

  • Is a permit requiredMost building departments require a permit if your carpentry project will significantly alter your home's condition. You'll probably need a permit for anything more extensive than replacing a rotted window. Permits are required for adding or replacing beams, posts, joists, rafters; for building additions; for converting a basement or attic; and for many other projects.  Ask your building department for any literature on carpentry projects. If a permit is required, you’ll need to show an inspector a detailed diagram and a list of building materials before you begin. 
  • How will the project affect my living space?  Building a wall or installing a new window may drastically change your living environment. Make sure you consider the pros and cons each project will produce before starting. 
  • What types of materials will work best for my project? To maintain a common theme throughout a room, choose building materials that match your existing living space. Always choose well-crafted materials that meet the requirements of local building codes. 
  • Which tools do I need? Each carpentry project in this book includes a list of tools, including portable power tools. Some tools, such as a.  power drill and circular saw should be considered essential. Others, such as a power miter saw or router, simplify the job, but are not essential_.  Dado cuts for shelves can be made using a circular saw instead of a router. Making miter cuts with a back 'saw and miter box is also possible. Using different tools to complete specific tasks usually takes extra time, but you'll be able to enjoy a sense of craftsmanship that using hand tools brings to a project.

Here Are Some Details of What's Inside

  • Planning a Carpentry Project
  • Project Safety
  • Anatomy of a House
  • Building a Partition Wall: Step-by-step Overview
  • Framing an Opening for an Interior Door
  • Soundproofing Walls & Ceilings
  • Covering Foundation Walls
  • Framing Soffits & Chases
  • Finishing Walls & Ceilings
  • Installing Wallboard
  • Installing a Suspended Ceiling
  • Paneling an Attic Ceiling
  • Installing a Pre-hung Interior Door
  • Shortening an Interior Door
  • Installing Door & Window Casings
  • Installing Baseboard & Ceiling Tram
  • Installing Tongue-and-groove Wainscoting
  • Enlarging Openings & Removing Walls
  • Removing Wallboard
  • Removing Plaster
  • Removing Exterior Surfaces
  • Removing Doors & Windows
  • Making Temporary Supports
  • Removing Interior Walls
  • Framing & Installing Doors
  • Framing an Exterior Door Opening
  • Installing an Entry Door
  • Installing a Storm Door
  • Installing a Patio Door
  • Framing & Installing Windows
  • Building Floor-to Ceiling Shelves
  • Building Utility Shelves
  • Building an Under-stairs Work Center
  • Adding Cabinets
  • Choosing Countertops
  • Installing a Post-form Countertop

Module #2

 Tiling That Adds Beauty and Value

In addition we have included a comprehensive Module on Tiling, which will help you to both enhance the beauty and increase the value of your home.

This module digs deep into the all the detail you need to know, and guides you step by step through the tiling process, whether you are doing a new project or upgrading your existing tiles.

You will be amazed at the results, even if you have never done any tiling before....

Here are the Details of What's Inside...

  • Designing a Tile Floor
  • Tiling a Kitchen Floor
  • Tiling Bathroom Floors
  • Tiling an Entryway Floor
  • Tiling Stairs
  • Tiling Indoor Stair Risers
  • Tiling an Entryway Area Pattern
  • Using Tile on Walls
  • Tiling Walls
  • Coping with Obstructions
  • Tiling a Window Recess
  • Tiling Counter-tops
  • Laying Out Counter-tops
  • Setting Tile Counter-tops
  • Tiling a Mural Back-splash
  • Tiling with Mosaic Glass
  • Tiling a Bathroom
  • Tiling a Bathroom sink-top
  • Building a Mirror Tile Frame
  • Tiling Showers and Tubs
  • Tiling a Tub Surround
  • Tiling a Shower Stall
  • Renewing a Fireplace with Tile
  • Tiling a Fireplace
  • Planning a Wood-stove Surround
  • Taking Tile Outdoors
  • Preparing a Concrete Surface
  • Laying Patio Tile
  • Tiling Outdoor Steps
  • Tiling a Garden Bench
  • Tiling an Outdoor Counter-top
  • Tiling a Bistro Table
  • Setting Broken Tiles
  • Tiling Tools and Materials
  • Cutting Backer-board
  • Cutting Mosaic Tile
  • Installing Backer-board
  • Working with Irregularly Shaped Tile
  • Mixing Thinset Mortar
  • Working with Stone Tile
  • Spreading Thinset Mortar
  • Cutting, Grouting and Setting Tiles
  • Installing Transitions

Module #3

Cabinets and Shelves

Cabinet and shelf projects are, for the most part, affordable, and often can be built without disrupting your home.

Set up a work area in your basement, garage, or spare room-someplace that doesn't need to be cleaned up regularly-and you'll have the luxury of being able to leave the project for a few days, returning to it as time allows.

Having a separate workroom helps keep a project relaxing and enjoyable.

This Step-by-Step Guide to building Cabinets and Shelves tells you all you need to know to design and build your own shelves or cabinets and provides plans for specific projects.

It will teach you to make shelves that seem to float on the wall, adjustable shelves, stately shelves surrounded by classic moldings, or even simple shelves made by stacking found objects.

The section on kitchen cabinets tells you how to order and install factory-made cabinets, as well as how to build your own. You'll also learn to add custom elements to existing cabinets to make them more attractive and more functional.

Here are some of the challenges you will be able to easily master:

  • Will the boards be strong enough, and will they last?
  • How do you attach the shelf sturdily without making it look clunky?
  • Is your cabinet or shelf unit straight, and are the boards level? How can you cut the board ends square and without splinters?
  • What if you want to change the height of different shelves later?
  • How can you give the project a durable and attractive finish?

Compatible With All Your Devices . . .

All "I Can Do Home Improvement Modules" have all been designed to work on any of your Computer, Tablet and Mobile devices.

The modules have been conveniently divided into manageable sections, each of which can be viewed online or downloaded and printed for later use.

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