From tile to drywall, we'll show you how you can save money by handling demolition yourself.
Gutting a bathroom yourself is a lot of work but it can save you big on your remodel. Use our guide to learn how to demo your bathroom safely the DIY way.
Save money on your bathroom remodel by learning how to remove tile yourself. Our straightforward, step-by-step guide will show you the easiest way to remove tile from both your floor and walls, plus all the tools you’ll need to get the job done right.
Whether you’re planning to salvage building materials for re-use or you’re demoing a house with heavy machinery, our guide will help get you started.
If you have been wishing for an open-concept floor plan, it might be time to knock down that wall. Here are the guidelines for safely removing a wall.
With the right tools and know-how, you can start breaking up concrete surfaces like patios and sidewalks in a few straightforward steps.
If replacing an old tub is on your bathroom remodel to-do list, use our simple, step-by-step instructions to learn how to remove a bathtub yourself. By DIY-ing this project, you’ll save a nice chunk of change to put toward your dream replacement.
Have your hardwood floors been refinished one too many times? Are you ready to start fresh? Here is your guide to tackle removing wood floors.
Remodeling your kitchen from the floor up ? Learn how to remove old vinyl or linoleum flooring the DIY way. From the tools you’ll need to leaving a clean surface for what comes next, we’ll show you how to handle vinyl floor removal in four steps.
Gutting a kitchen yourself keeps $500 - $1,000 in your pocket. Even if you’re hiring contractors to handle the remodel, try your kitchen demo the DIY way.