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How To Build A Raised Garden Bed

Difficulty Raiting - MODERATE

We found this great project on familyhandyman.com and decided to try it out for ourselves. Watch the video and check out family handyman's website for more detailed instructions. 

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Time Commitment

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Tools Required

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DIY Projects

How To Build A Raised Garden Bed

Difficulty Rating - MODERATE

We found this great project on familyhandyman.com and decided to try it out for ourselves. Watch the video and check out family handyman's website for more detailed instructions. 

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Time Commitment

With all the tools and supplies already prepped, this project took 3 hours to complete. Overall, plan on a full day for this project.

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Tools Required

- Circular saw

- Drill

- Level

- Metal shears

- Stapler

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Materials Required

- 1" sheet metal screws with washers

- 1/4" stainless steel staples

- 1/4" x 6" coated construction screws

- 1/2", 3/4", and 2" deck screws

- 26" x 10' corrugated metal panel (2)

- 2"x2"x8' treated lumber (2)

- 2"x4"x8' treated lumber (4)

- 2"x6"x10' treated lumber (5)

- 3/4"x4'x8' treated lumber

- 6 Mil plastic sheeting

3 Tools Everyone Should Have

Difficulty Rating - EASY

Todd Maahs shares important tools for homeowners and DIYers to have in their toolbox. In this episode, Todd shares three tools everyone should keep in their toolbox.

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Magnet Tray

Stainless steel magnet trays provide a great place for you to store nuts, bolts, screws, drill bits and more when working on a project. All of these small items have a tendency to wander off. The magnet tray keeps them in an easy to remember place.

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Telescoping Magnet

Ideal for retreiving dropped metal items in hard-to-reach areas. The magnet extends up to 2 feet and retracts for easy storage.

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Claw Pick-Up Tool

Another great tool to help pick up dropped items in tight spaces or for clearing clogs in pipes.

Impact Driver vs. Drill

Difficulty Rating - EASY

Todd Maahs shares important tools for homeowners and DIYers to have in their toolbox. Today he is talking about Milwaukee Tools impact drivers and drills.

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Impact Driver

An impact driver has more torque than a power drill and is commonly used for drilling through metal and dense wood.

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Power Drill

A standard drill is an essential all-purpose tool that can drill holes or drive screws into various building materials.