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"Today's Homeowner with Danny Lipford" is the title of a weekly home improvement television program and weekly radio program, both hosted by Danny Lipford. Danny Lipford first hosted a local cable home improvement program, Remodeling Today, in Mobile, in 1988. The program would grow throughout the region, with nearly 25 affiliates by 1997. In 1998, Lipford was reached by Today's Homeowner magazine to partner for a nationally syndicated program. The program would premiere in June 1998 as Today's Homeowner with Danny Lipford. Soon after, the program expanded to over 100 television markets. In 2001, AOL Time Warner bought the Times Mirror magazine group and discontinued the magazine. Lipford licensed the Today's Homeowner brand and took over the show again. Today, Today's Homeowner airs on over 210 stations nationwide. In 2008, it was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in Outstanding Special Class Writing. On the program, Lipford is joined by Allen Lyle, Joe Truini, and Jodi Marks. Features include home improvement tips, projects, products, and trends.
A couple get a garage makeover; a tankless hot-water heater; a tennis-ball car gauge; a new kind of wrench; garage door maintenance.
Repairing damaged eave boards; replacing rotten wood siding; repairing a rotten column base; replacing missing window-screens; repairing rotten newel posts; driving screws without splitting; a wrecking and utility bar; exterior mold and mildew.
What happens when the kids want a new play set and dad needs some more storage? You marry the two projects and give the hybrid structure a "pirate" theme for good measure.
When the weather turns it's time to make changes, so get ready to check your list of Fall Fix-Ups against some of the chores we're tackling with these homeowners.
You know there's water in the bathtub but how much is in the air? Controlling mildew and mold in a bathroom means solving the moisture problem so we're attacking it head-on.
Creating an interesting interior doesn't have to mean knocking down walls. Sometimes all it takes is some imagination and some well placed molding.
Interior wall construction; closet and pantry storage; soaking up spilled oil; drain cleaner; improving closet access.
Saving energy always makes sense but it's especially important for a young growing family. In this episode we're helping two soon-to-be parents shave their utility bills.
Knowing how to tackle the last few details makes a difference in calling a project done versus "almost done." This week we're helping some homeowners finish their bathroom with a bang.
When a Chicago area couple wins a standby generator, it opens them up to the idea of adding some other "Smart" innovations to their 65 year-old home.
The Today's Homeowner team helps a young couple searching for ways to add sweat equity in the kitchen of their first home.
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