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DIY Woodwork Projects

How To Build A Mobile Chicken House

How To Build A Mobile Chicken House  Raising chickens in mobile chicken coops is an excellent option for chicken enthusiasts rather than in a fixed coop.There’re number of benefits to raising pastured chickens such as they eat bugs,seeds and grass from the ground while moving chicken tractor coop from one place to another. As a …

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Home Made Solar Panel Tracker That Follows The Sun

Home Made Solar Panel Tracker That Follows The Sun Make sure you like Living green and frugally on Facebook  to be updated every time we find a tutorial for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient on a budget. You can raise your solar panel system’s output by nearly 30-50% by creating a structure that will …

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How To Build A Patio Table with Built-in Cooler

How To Build A Patio Table with Built-in Cooler Spruce up your deck with a clever DIY patio table that also keeps drinks cool and within arms reach. Dreamed up by crafty couple Sarah Bowes-Pope and Alex Pope of the blog Domesticated Engineer, this stunning wood patio table with built-in coolers is possibly one of the most awesome …

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How To Build A Garden Potting Bench From Pallets

How To Build A Garden Potting Bench From Pallets Even if you love gardening, repotting plants can feel like a real chore if you have to scavenge for supplies in the dark corners of the garage. Park them on a dedicated workstation, however, and you’ll never waste time hunting them down again.Working with a potting bench …

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How to Build a Front Porch Wood Swing

How to Build a Front Porch Wood Swing Enjoy the gentle sway of a porch swing on a summer night. With these clear how-to instructions and photos, you can build a classic porch swing in a weekend. Its the perfect time to for relaxing out in the sun while enjoying the great outdoors. Most people have …

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Amazing Wood-Fired Hot Tub – Build Guide

Amazing Wood-Fired Hot Tub – Build Guide Conventional acrylic hot tubs work fine but, frankly, I find them a little stupid. They are expensive to purchase and maintain. It’s a little offensive how much energy is consumed maintaining hot tubs at regular operating temperature 24 hours a day. Such a waste! Then there are the …

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