Using a Circular Saw Like a Pro

In terms of versatility, the circular saw is king among power saws, but it's also a classic example of a jack of all trades, master of none.

DIY Concrete Counter Tops Are a Lot of Work

When brave, experienced “Do It Yourselfers” think of a concrete countertop project, it seems easy and inexpensive, nothing to be intimidated by, just mix some cement, pour,

My Amazing DIY Solar Generator

I remember the inspiration for building my solar generator clearly. It was close to 20 years ago and we were camping at the dunes in Oregon. Our campground neighbor, in a huge RV, ran his generator for about 2 hours one evening.

Extremely Crunchy: Re-Usable Toilet Paper

You think I’m totally gross, right? I know, I get it. “Wait, reusable WHAT?” is probably how your thought process went.

How to Choose a New Stove and Oven

“Considerations when picking out a new stove often have to do with whether you are buying one for the first time or not,” said Josh Gralenski, assistant sales manager for

Considerations When Choosing a Water Heater

When choosing a water heater for your home, you may want to consider the number of appliances you have, size of the household, environmental concerns, and economic factors before making a decision.

Beekeeping for Beginners

Here at Networx, we’re big fans of bees and other pollinators because they’re great for the environmentnand great for the garden. In the case of bees, there’s a little side bonus: fresh homemade honey!

Alternative Vegetable Jack-o-Lanterns

The tradition of the “Jack-O-Lantern stems from England, Ireland and Scotland where ghostly flickering lights, a natural phenomenon known as “ignis fatuus” or “fool’s fire”

A Flagstone Patio Replaces an Old Rotten Deck

A Denver area carpentry client of mine was looking at a replacing an old deck.

10 Clever Uses For PVC Pipe

PVC, or polyvinyl chloride, is an incredibly common plastic used primarily in construction and as piping in water distribution systems.