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This Old House Magazine Yearly Subscription

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$18.00

This Old House magazine is a home improvement magazine for the hands-on homeowner. A spin-off of the popular PBS television program, This Old House magazine contains advice from experienced professionals about all areas of homeownership, design and planning.

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This Old House magazine is a home improvement magazine for the hands-on homeowner.

A spin-off of the popular PBS television program, This Old House magazine contains advice from experienced professionals about all areas of homeownership, design and planning. Articles cover topics like electrical and lighting, bathrooms, tools, materials, exteriors and much more from a do-it-yourself (DIY) perspective. Anyone looking to remodel or renovate their home will appreciate the step-by-step guides and product reviews of tools. Readers' confidence in tackling any DIY project will grow with each issue.

This Old House magazine is divided into the following regular sections: Idea File, a presentation of before and after project photos for bathrooms, kitchens, living rooms and more; Home Solutions, a compilation of tips and tricks for saving energy, money and time; 10 Uses, a list of 10 creative uses for a common household item or project leftover; How-To Projects, a variety of tips and methods for home improvement projects; Build It or Buy It, advice on what to look for in building or buying a household item; Ask This Old House, answers to reader-submitted questions; Step-By-Step, a guide to help take you through a project from start to finish; Checklist, six fast home improvement fixes; Save This Old House, an assessment of an older home and what it will take to restore it; and Directory, a listing of products and services featured in each issue.

This Old House readers appreciate the affordable new ideas and helpful tips for both maintaining and updating their homes, with details right down to the tools needed. This is a great resource for both novice and expert home improvement DIYers.

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I am really disappointed. It articles are not what I was expecting. I think I am going to cancel.\r\nOne person found this helpful


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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful

The absolute best magazine for those with older homes, and perhaps even newer ones too. Every issue that comes in, I find articles that are directly applicable to my renovation of a 1923 home. Everything from practical tips to keeping the older home charm alive in projects using new wood. I used one article to design my deck, another to figure out the best way to skirt the house, and another to design some columns. Worth every penny and then some. This isn\'t just coffee table material, it\'s practical, and in one project you can pay off years of subscriptions.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful

Used to get good info on how to update things around house and still retain period looks. Insides are indistinguishable from brand new houses now, except for trim and windows. Was kind of disappointed that changed, but still some useful info. I guess after this many years it was bound to happen...30-40 years?


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Based on 6 reviews - 0 1 2 3 4 4,50/5
0 1 2 3 4
(3/5
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful

I am really disappointed. It articles are not what I was expecting. I think I am going to cancel.\r\nOne person found this helpful


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(5/5
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful

The absolute best magazine for those with older homes, and perhaps even newer ones too. Every issue that comes in, I find articles that are directly applicable to my renovation of a 1923 home. Everything from practical tips to keeping the older home charm alive in projects using new wood. I used one article to design my deck, another to figure out the best way to skirt the house, and another to design some columns. Worth every penny and then some. This isn\'t just coffee table material, it\'s practical, and in one project you can pay off years of subscriptions.


0 1 2 3 4
(4/5
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful

Used to get good info on how to update things around house and still retain period looks. Insides are indistinguishable from brand new houses now, except for trim and windows. Was kind of disappointed that changed, but still some useful info. I guess after this many years it was bound to happen...30-40 years?