April 19th, 2018Over the past few weeks Jamie has been working on replacing his kitchen floors after they were badly damaged by a flood after a pipe ruptured. He showed you how he removed the old floors, the tools you need for laying tile yourself, and different techniques for cutting tile. This week he shows you the process for actually laying the
March 22nd, 2018Putting new floors in your home can be exciting but for many it's just a dream because of high costs to have it installed. In this week's Jamie of All Trades, Jamie goes over the basic tools you need to install your own tile. Doing it yourself can save thousands of dollars and it's a lot easier than it looks. Click play to watch.
March 8th, 2018On this week's episode of Jamie of All Trades, Jamie takes you along as he navigates the pitfalls of buying an older home. Find out how to remove old vinyl tile and linoleum the easy way!
March 1st, 2018On this week's Jamie of All trades we make a Floating Wine Bottle Holder. The instructions are below:
15” x 3 1/8” x 3/4” hard wood board (I used oak, about $3.50/ft.)
1 ½” drill bit
Paint, or stain, or whatever you want to...
February 15th, 2018On this week's Jamie of All Trades we make a simple and inexpensive table lamp. It should cost less than $15 dollars depending on the type of wood and light fixture you use. Watch the video for instructions.
NOTE: ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION WHEN USING POWER TOOLS!!!
February 1st, 2018On this week's episode of Jamie of All Trades, Daryl Robinson from Audio Video Innovators joined us to share tips on maximizing your SuperBowl viewing experience! We also review the PIQS Virtual Touch Projector, you can find my assessment below.
The company highlights these features:
· Wireless – Use your phone or tablet to...
January 11th, 2018No one likes to clean up after an unfortunate accident. Some people just don't have the stomach for it. The Gas Station Gourmet joined Jamie of All Trades to share his quick and easy pooper/vomit scooper and DIY barf bags! Click the video to watch!
January 4th, 2018It's been very VERY cold here in Acadiana this week. You've been hearing about protecting those pipes, pets, and plants over and over. Some residents have outdoor animals that aren't able to be sheltered indoors during cold snaps. You can still keep your furry family members warm by making a quick and inexpensive shelter. Click on the...