1. Hey Jeff, keep up the good work. I must admit, I wasn’t impressed when I started watching your videos over a year ago. I was use to watching guys like Mike Homels. But slowly after watching your videos you turned me into being a fan of yours. You’re full of helpful tips and tricks for the diy guys, and let’s face it, that’s why we are watching YouTube. For guys like you.

  2. What things can you do to a home to give it value? ..Banks set limits on how much they will loan a person on a home. So being a homeowner what can I do to raise the value without breaking the bank? Thank you so much.

  3. I recently discovered wire splicing connectors to connect wires in a junction box. They are quick, reusable and beat twisting + wire nut. Adding a wire is a breeze. There are a couple of brands out there – Ideal and Wago. Menards in the US carries these types of connectors. These have saved me a lot of time. Perhaps you can include them in your next hack video.
    My other recommendation is to own a non contact voltage detector. This $20 device indicates if there’s is live power in the line by bringing it next to an insulated wire. It is indispensable to making certain that power is off before doing work. You’ll want to learn how to use the device first before relying on it. I wished that I had one of these long ago.
    Lastly, don’t buy cheap electrical tape – its adhesive is inferior.


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