There’s always room for improvement.
Show us your home DIY projects.
Our editorial transparency tool uses blockchain technology to permanently log all changes made to official releases after publication. However, this post is not an official release and therefore not tracked. Visit our learn more for more information.
More of our content is being permanently logged via blockchain technology starting [10.23.2020].
With so many of us spending so much time at home these days, it feels like the perfect time to catch a couple episodes of This Old House, tackle those repairs you’ve been avoiding and maybe even learn a new craft or hobby.
Up To Speed host Jess Bonardi has recently turned her basement into a wood shop, creating some out-of-the-box workout equipment for herself and her friends. (Hint: It’s a wooden box.)
Producer Mike Deprima is getting ready for a new addition, not on his New Jersey home, but in his home. His wife is due in late July and they’re converting their office into a nursery.
Jana Kay Hurst, Solutions Specialist from Schererville,IN, and her 11-year-old son built a greenhouse and started a garden. They’ve used it as a way to practice math and science while he isn't going to school.
Up To Speed host Jeremy Godwin is also getting his hands dirty, building a raised garden with his wife to grow vegetables and herbs this season. They were inspired by his favorite show on DIY Network, Maine Cabin Masters.
Corporate Communications Manager Jess Everett and her husband, Jay, put together their new patio set and fired up the grill for the first time. They also updated their front porch with some pots and a decorative wreath.
Got a project or home improvement to share? Send to the Good Mailbox at Good@verizon.com.