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  1. Fill cracks in your concrete and mortar

    Whether you have a cement driveway or a brick home, you surely have some concrete or mortar cracks to deal with. If you hate looking at the cracks, you can fill them yourself if you use the proper method and products.

  2. Technology improves your home security options

    In summer, homeowners' thoughts often turn to home security to make sure they aren't burglarized while on vacation. But it's important to take protect your home even while you're in town.

  3. Insurance coverage crucial for your next move

    While getting organized to move will make things smoother and cheaper, one thing that is tough to control is something getting scratched or damaged during the moving process.

  4. Take it one space at a time when decluttering

    Most of us have a drawer in the kitchen where we throw receipts and other small items rather than storing them in the proper place. But some of us have taken the 'junk drawer' philosophy to too many other rooms in the house.

  5. Check the rules before you dig into a project

    Now that the home remodeling and landscaping season is in full bloom, you need to make sure you follow the rules set forth by your local municipality, homeowners association or state, depending on what project you are embarking on.

  6. Help around the house to make your dad's day

    Father's Day is June 15, and instead of just buying Dad a gift, why not help him with his to do list so he can relax on his special day.

  7. Plan and prep for perfect outdoor parties

    That Memorial Day barbecue was just the beginning. With many more opportunities to entertain outdoors, it's time to do some proper prior planning to prepare for the perfect summer parties.

HomeStyle Columnist

America's Master Handyman, Glenn Haege, has been involved in the home improvement industry for more than 40 years as a retail store manager, instructor, corporate manager and broadcaster. Glenn's column appears Friday in the Homestyle section and is distributed nationally via the New York Times newswire.

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Glenn has been a weekend fixture on the radio in southeast Michigan for close to 30 years as host of the award-winning "Handyman Show with Glenn Haege" on Detroit radio station WJR - AM 760, from noon to 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. His program is syndicated nationwide on 140 radio stations from coast-to-coast. As an testament to his professionalism, longevity and quality on-air performance, Glenn was inducted into the Michigan Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2011.

His highly popular help site,, which attracts almost 1 million hits a month is where you will find his weekly articles, podcasts of his radio shows and books, as well as, being able to sign up for his free weekly e-mail newsletter. In addition, Glenn has written 11 books on home improvement topics.

Glenn also is a much sought after regular speaker at various home shows and at home improvement industry trade shows and events.

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