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Pheeew...spend your $8 on FHB instead.
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Pheeew...spend your $8 on FHB instead.
Fhb is good but family handyman has a lot of valuable information/tips/ideas for just about every home owner at any skill level.
-Well worth $8/year.-
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What is FHB? Nevermind, Fine homebuilding I am assuming.
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Fhb is good but family handyman has a lot of valuable information/tips/ideas for just about every home owner at any skill level.
-Well worth $8/year.-
Huh...c'mon? It's written for a 6th grader and chocked full of nothing but bad ads and stupid tool tricks.
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What is FHB? Nevermind, Fine homebuilding I am assuming.
Totally free + fantastic
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I bought 2 years last deal. Im not sure when the magazine is delivered
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When did they move down to only 8 issues a year? My last sub was for 11 a year.
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Not to be facetious but the last ten home DIY jobs I've done, I've gone straight to YouTube and was able to find a video within seconds. Is this magazine really more helpful than instant video?
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Ordered for one year, thanks OP.
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straight to YouTube and was able to find a video within seconds.
seconded. only problem with youtube is you often get people who THINK they are DIY'ers and really are just rank amateurs with a webcam who often misapply tools and use inappropriate materials. so it's a good idea to skim 3-4 different source youtube's till you find the best consensus of handy advice on your project. sometimes one detail a pro takes for granted can make all the difference in the outcome of your project. the other benefit of a few sources is paying attention to the names of project essentials so you can later search and buy them online. i mean how else is anyone supposed to know what screen spline is Wink
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Ordered 1-yr, thanks op.
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Not to be facetious but the last ten home DIY jobs I've done, I've gone straight to YouTube and was able to find a video within seconds. Is this magazine really more helpful than instant video?
bathroom reading.

I've had a sub for a long time.... the projects they spotlight are rarely useful for me - e.g. it's not like I'm going to build a garage based off a once every-other-month magazine I get in the mail. Other tips and articles are interesting, but as others have said they tend to be repetative over time, especially their tip emails.
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