Home Repair & Improvement
Home & Garden TV
Transform your home with inspiration and instruction for home design, decorating,and home improvement from the experts at Home & Garden TV.
Do It Yourself
An extensive website with information on home improvement and repair, along with automotive, gardening and decorating advice.
How to Mend It
Use this website to find out how to mend vacuum cleaners and mobile phones, cars and DVD players, computers and tumble dryers, televisions and motorbikes, CD players and washing machines.
When they say “find out how to mend just about anything” they mean it!
Ask the Builder
Information about home building and remodeling, with many “how to” video clips.
This Old House
Official site for the PBS series includes a look at the latest restoration projects as well as many home improvement resources and tips.
Hometime Project List
Get helpful do-it-yourself project information for a variety of home-improvement projects.
An online community for gardeners offering a wide range of resources. Forums on a large variety of general and specialized topics, a glossary of botanical terms, seed exchange, and plant directory.
The Old Farmer’s Almanac
Online version of America’s oldest source of weather, folklore, gardening and other information.
The University of Rhode Island Cooperative Extension’s GreenShare Program provides information on integrated pest management, pollution prevention and sustainable landscaping.
Dave’s Garden Guide to Gardening By Mail
The Garden Watchdog directory of gardening vendors –over 5,860 –has complete contact information for each company, along with consumer ratings of their products and services. The mission of the website is to protect and serve consumers by providing information on the best garden nurseries with which to do business.
National Gardening Association
The National Gardening Association (NGA), founded in 1973, is a nonprofit leader in plant-based education. The NGA’s website is where gardeners and educators can find over 2,000 articles, 30,000 FAQs, how-to projects, online courses, seed swaps, a school garden registry, and much more. Visitors can sign up for free e-newsletters.
American Horticultural Society’s Online Gardening Resources
The American Horticultural Society has gathered a wide variety of gardening related links and resources in one place. Browse their links to find garden-related associations, societies, businesses, jobs, as well as other resources, such as plant hardiness guides and information about specific plants and gardening practices.