Where To Find Free Do It Yourself Classes For Basic To Advanced Home Improvement Projects

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If you are a homeowner, you have probably come across many different types of design projects you  would like to do to your home.   However, you have decided to put off some of these great ideas because you think the project would be too expensive.  But did you know that many of those projects you can do yourself - even if you have no experience whatsoever?  

So exactly how do you go about doing something you have never done before you ask?  Well, did you know that your favorite local home improvement stores offer free classes that range from beginner to advanced?  Heck, many of them even offer children's classes as well.

These classes are free so there is nothing keeping you from learning how to do some of your desired projects yourself and saving you a ton of money by not having to hire a contractor.

Here are a few home improvement stores and resources that offer free  DIY classes.

1.  Home Depot offers free classes for all ages and all experience levels.  Just give them a call or visit your local Home Depot store for dates and times.  Alternatively, you can click the link below to go directly to their website.

http://workshops.homedepot.com/workshops/

2.  Lowes has a Build And Grow Clinic for kids.  In addition, they have a huge library of how to projects that they give you free access to.  However, if you want to learn about their onsite classes you will have to call your local store to get the dates and times.  

http://www.lowesbuildandgrow.com

http://www.lowes.com/cd_How+To+Library_615580068_

3.  YouTube.  If you have never used YouTube as a "how to" resource, you are going to be pleasantly surprised.  YouTube has an enormous library of videos on just about everything you'll ever need to know about anything.

http://www.youtube.com/

4.  Pintrest is a newcomer to the "how to" field.  But if you search Pinterest you will find a vast array of "how to" knowledge.  Check it out.

http://pinterest.com/

Most local home improvement stores offer free "how to" classes.  Call the one closest to you to inquire about what they have to offer.  

I hope you have found this article helpful.  If your home requires more than a little DIY project and you would rather find a home that is more suitable for you, just call your realtor and let them know.  Your realtor would be more than happy to help you through the entire home buying and selling process.

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