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  • A Lasting Impression, LLC
    210 Skyline Drive
    Wabasha, MN 55981
    612-852-8711
    Rating: 4.86 GET A QUOTE
    A Lasting Impression can handle all your handyman needs. We take pride in our work, our goal is to keep every customer happy, and we offer a fair price for our quality work. We offer free estimates, and will be happy to sit down with you to talk about the job at hand. We look forward to serving your needs. Our office is located in Bloomington, Minnesota. We can complete roll- out projects accross the country. Thank you! ...
  • Christopher Adams Construction, LLC
    1161 Wayzata Boulevard East, Suite 186
    Wyzetta, MN 55391
    612-852-8935
    Rating: pending GET A QUOTE
    Christopher Adams Construction, LLC, has been servicing the fine residents of Minneapolis since 2009 providing fast, professional and quality service for all of their fencing projects needs. We look forward to working with you. Call us today. ...
  • Dave Construction, LLC
    1800 East 31st Street
    Minneapolis, MN 55407
    612-524-4589
    Rating: 4.89 GET A QUOTE
    Dave Construction, LLC is a professional company that specializes in carpentry. We have an eye for detail and will not leave until you are satisfied. Please call us today for a fast and friendly service that you will not be disappointed in! ...
  • Foresight Childproofing, Inc.
    7006 Eagle Ridge
    Eden Prairie, MN 55346
    612-852-8481
    Rating: 5.0 GET A QUOTE
    Childproofing is a job we take pride in. We make your home safe for all the little ones running around. We are MN's only professionally certified childproofer. We have the experience, products and installation knowledge to make your life easier and your child's life safer. Please call us and we would be happy to visit with you. ...

Home Improvement Articles

Why Do it Yourself?

30 Dec 2013
 

Why Do we DIY? It is the end of the year, and for many of us vacation and time well spent with family. I had a friend ask me recently why I was a DIYer? Where did I learn how to do all of this stuff, and to answer this question I want to give an article on some of the

Three Points To Consider Before Taking On A DIY Project

29 Apr 2012
 

Take Stock Of The Skill Set The first step is to assess the skill level the project requires. Seeing someone else do Corian repair once or twice on TV or YouTube only goes so far when you are doing it. That is true for all home repairs or remodels since, whether DIY or professionally done, the job is going to hit

Choosing Between a Worm Drive and a Sidewinder Circular Saw

01 Mar 2013
 

The circular saw is an essential piece of equipment for any carpenter or woodworker, from novice to expert.  If you are in the market for a circular saw, you will notice that any online search will pull up a hundred different makes and models, ranging from $40-$400.  However, if you look a little closer, you will notice that there are

The Importance of Dryer Vent Cleaning and How to Do It Yourself

12 May 2012
 

OMAHA, NEBRASKA-There are many areas of the house that people overlook when it comes to maintenance. One is the proper maintenance of their dryer ducts and vents. Many homeowners think that part of the home is not important, but they couldn't be more wrong. According to the National Fire Protection Association, from 2003 to 2006 there were 15,350 home fires reported to

Handymen: How to Avoid the Bad Ones!

02 Dec 2013
 

We have all seen the movies.  Allowing strangers into your home and scary things happen.  We know this is can be one of the scariest parts of Home improvement. We totally understand that. So today we are going to tackle this issue and help you get the right handyman for the right job. [caption id="" align="alignright" width="218"] Image: Google Image Search[/caption] The

A Few Practical Power Tools For Your DIY Work At Home

28 Jun 2012
 

[caption id="attachment_4065" align="alignleft" width="263" caption="concrete project"][/caption] If you're considering improving your home by means of DIY projects especially concrete installation, then you should also factor in some essential power tools. Should you be able to carry out household projects, it is less expensive than hiring someone else, and owning your own power tools is easier than having to rent them. You

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