The Family Handyman

The Family Handyman

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by Reader's Digest Association, Inc.
     
 

Current Issue: March 2016

The #1 magazine for Do-it-yourself homeowners. Step-by-step maintenance, repair and improvement projects, plus tool skills, DIY tips, and product buying advice. Lots of great ideas on storage, weekend projects, improving your yard, woodworking, and décor. Cut the cost of owning a home and enjoy the satisfaction of doing it yourself!

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The #1 magazine for Do-it-yourself homeowners. Step-by-step maintenance, repair and improvement projects, plus tool skills, DIY tips, and product buying advice. Lots of great ideas on storage, weekend projects, improving your yard, woodworking, and décor. Cut the cost of owning a home and enjoy the satisfaction of doing it yourself!

Product Details

Publisher:
Reader's Digest Association, Inc
# of issues/year:
8
Delivered:
Monthly
Current Issue:
March 2016
Format:
NOOK Magazine
These items ship to U.S. addresses only.

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The Family Handyman 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 89 reviews.
Nowata More than 1 year ago
This is a "how to" magazine for non-professionals with tips that just make sense and don't break the bank to get equipment that will have little use after the original project. Like life, more than one field of interest of home improvement. Good photo explainations. Less ads than most trade magazines.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Look I am a wood worker/ novice plumber/ painter/ novice electrician/ novice a/c heating repairman/ pest controller/ gardner/ lawnboy/ husband and nothing in this magazine could ever help me with things around the house. This is one long advertisement for crap that wouldn't even make in a real man's tool box or garage. Do they show you how to install a disposal? Or how about installing an exterior motion detection light? How about snaking out your main sewer line when half of your house's drains stop working? How about fixing a leaking faucet? Or installing a dishwasher? The answer is no to all these things that a "handyman" would need to know and more. This mag is written for DIY''ers yet it contains nothing to actually do. The only thing I have learned is that this mag needs to be taken out with trash and as the first act of a handyman I think my project was a success.
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Love, love, love this magazine. It's just crammed FULL of tips and tricks in an easy-to-follow format. From beginners to master builders, this magazine has what you need.
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Good magazine with good articles
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q_sligh More than 1 year ago
This magazine is great. Having subscribed to it for over 8 years now, I can honestly say that it's a great piece of work. The articles are simple and to the point, while providing you with enough information to get the job done. Each issue is devoted to specific subjects and if you're looking for a particular subject, chances are it was in a previous issue. The only reason I'm not giving it 5 stars is that if you've had the paper issue and choose to subscribe to the "e" version, you loose your paper. Secondly, they need to produce a DVD containing pass issues for sale, to use as a reference set.
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Tell me how can I open to read the magazines what I bought
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I love this magazine in paper and I like it quite a bit in Nook format. What I'd like to see, and the reason why I don't give it 5 stars, is a version of this which is tailored for the smaller format because although I can usually see the print, it's awfully small and sometimes I've got to put too much effort into seeing the text.
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I've been a subscriber to the print edition for several years and just made the switch to the electronic version (Nook HD+). The content looks great. I only wish they had an annual CD/DVD with the issues available like some of the other magazines offer.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
uh... hello???? wheres the rest of the pictures? kind of important in a D I Y magazine domt ya think?