Home Improvement Product and Material Reviews for the DIY Homeowner

Article and Video Reviews on Home Improvement Products, Tools and Services

Listed below are various product reviews on home improvement products and materials that will help the homeowner understand what is most appropriate for their next home improvement remodeling and repair project.

If you are a homeowner planning your next home improvement, remodeling, or repair project be sure to fully consider the products that you will be incorporating into your home prior to investing in them. Some products are better for certain weather conditions or house traffic patterns then others.


For example, vinyl siding maybe very appropriate in a moderate climate, but may not be appropriate on the top of a mountain where there are frequent high winds. Another example is carpeting.

Carpeting looks great and when used in a non-high traffic area will last a long time. However, put it in a home entrance way and within months it will be stained and compacted.

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Product Review Videos 

Tool Product Reviews

Drywall Tool Product Reviews

Flooring Product Reviews

Kitchen and Bath Counter Top Product Reviews

Home Siding Product Reviews

Paint and Stain Product Reviews

Decking Material Product Reviews

Walkway and Patio Product Reviews

Home Product Reviews

Heating and Cooling System Reviews

Stone Products

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