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4 Do-It-Yourself Home Repairs

When troubles arise, make sure you can work on these easy quick fixes!

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Photography: Rene Mejia (Main Photo)

There are unexpected instances at home when a faucet suddenly leaks, a table leg gets broken—and we are left to our own devices. It is important that we can work on easy home repairs just in case our trusted carpenter or plumber is not available.

Doing these fixes on your own will help give you a different sense of fulfillment. However, you also need to keep in mind that there are special cases when a professional is really needed—especially when there's a busted pipe or faulty electrical wiring. For starters, take note of these common problems and how you can best address each:

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