Ron Hazelton's House Calls: Home Improvement Projects

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Ron Hazelton's House Calls: Home Improvement Projects

From indoor to outdoor projects, House Calls is on a mission to provide people with the friendly advice and motivation they need to improve their homes and surroundings. Affable host Ron Hazelton, now in his 16th season of national TV syndication, provides hundreds of DIY, step-by-step video tutorials to help you turn your home improvement plans into finished projects. Honey do list be gone.

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Ron helps a Florida couple make over their dining room by adding a chair rail, a new coat of paint and a hardwood floor - you'll be amazed at the end result! Then, he demonstrates how to drill a hole in a ceramic tile without sliding, how to add insulation to your attic and how to make lamp cords safe for children.
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On this House Calls Ron installs an all-seasons storm door. Next, he refurbishes a kitchen cabinet easily and inexpensively with the use of a combination coating and stain and finally, Ron offers some tips on repairing gouges in wood and driving nails into crown molding.
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On this House Calls, Ron visits the International Builders' Show held in Las Vegas, where he tours the show looking for interesting and noteworthy innovations. Then he helps a viewer create a winding rock pathway - showing us the process from the ground up!
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On this House Calls, Ron shows us some simple but effective ways keep our garages safe from break-ins. Then he helps a couple bring a weather beaten deck back to life - in just one day.
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In this House Calls Ron performs a facelift to an outdoor living space by replacing a deteriorated deck with maintenance-free composite decking. Home repair for the long term. Then he introduces paint can lids that are sure to make pouring paint less messy. He also demonstrates how to drill holes to the same depth.
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Ron discovers new found kitchen storage space by installing roll-out shelf kits in his base cabinets. Then he repairs an antique doll carriage using a woodworker's technique that can make damaged wood strong as new. You would never know it was refurbished.
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On this HouseCalls Ron demonstrates various faux painting finishes and shares some tips for turning ordinary walls into surfaces with character and personality. Then he helps a couple build a simple but safe banister for their stairway. Inexpensive remodeling with pizzazz.
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For this house project, Ron is off to the suburbs of Chicago where Ron combines the old with the new as he shows us how to replace a pedestal sink with an antique vanity. Then he takes us to a Kitchen Home Design Center for some "visualization" and shows us how to hang perfect pictures using a cleat instead of wire.
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Do it yourselfer Ron installs a pre-hung laundry room door. Then he takes on the challenge of restoring the finish on an exposed section of hardwood floor.
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DIY Ron gives a century-old antique chair a new life by restoring it piece by piece. What a restoration job. Then he demonstrates two effective how-to methods to remove candle wax drippings.
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On this House Calls Ron transforms his screened porch into a four-season room. Then he introduces a tool that quickly cleans up nails and finally, he shows us how to install track lighting.
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On this House Calls Ron brings sun to spaces that have never seen it before by installing a tubular skylight in a windowless hallway. Then he demonstrates how it's possible to have 100 gallons of safe drinking water on hand in case of an emergency and finally, Ron creates an organized kitchen drawer.
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On this House Calls Ron installs a water pressure booster in his own home. Then he demonstrates how replacing a toilet is a lot simpler than you may think. Rehab and be glad.
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Some projects can be daunting, even to an expert like Ron -- and cutting through a solid granite countertop to install a prep sink is one of those jobs. But, it's an anniversary present for his wife so he's determined to get it done, plumbing and all. Also reviewed are laser levels and an alternative heating source- pellet stoves.
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Handyman Ron helps a couple cover a bathroom floor with ceramic tile. Then he replaces an old bedroom door with a pine panel door and finally, Ron installs PermaLife, a shock absorbing surface, under a play set for better safety.
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On this House Calls Ron offers a handful of repainting and refinishing tips and techniques that are bound to make any refinishing job easier and produce pro-like results. Then he builds an arched garden arbor...from a kit!
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On this House Calls Ron replaces his ceramic tile kitchen floor with a new 25-year wear guarantee hardwood flooring. Then he demonstrates the effectiveness of a new oxygen-based cleaner designed for just about every kind of exterior surface.
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On this House Calls Ron explains the benefits of using drywall adhesive. Then he creates a graceful archway from a standard entryway, using a kit that makes the entire process surprisingly quick and easy. And finally, Ron makes a Lazy Susan.
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DIY Ron builds an outdoor dining table and planters to enhance an outdoor living space. Then he demonstrates how to protect against electrical shock by installing a ground fault circuit interrupter or GFCI.
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On this HouseCalls Ron replaces an old kitchen countertop with a new ceramic tile countertop. Then he heads to Florida to install an automatic garage door opener and finally, Ron offers some tips: one on how to avoid pricking a finger when reaching into a nail pouch and another on how to remove tape or labels from painted surfaces, wall paper, or furniture, without leaving any marks.