Ryan Shervill is a field editor and contributor to Outdoor Canada, as well as an avid hunter and shooter. He is also Canadian Home Workshop’s online Ask a Pro and contributing editor.
Recent Articles and Blog Posts
Milwaukee for your pipes
Milwaukee is now producing the third generation of their M12 heated jacket line, and they have made a ton of improvements in the latest version.
The first change in a pretty neat feature: instead of having one power button on the...
Milwaukee’s Fuel line
My tour of Milwaukee Tools started with a look at Fuel line of cordless tools, which also included an informative segment on lithium-ion (Li-ion) technology and why not all Li-ion tool batteries are created equally.
A visit with Milwaukee tools
A few weeks ago, I and many other folks who keep a close eye on tools, attended a daylong event at Milwaukee Tools HQ (in Milwaukee, WI, of course). We were treated to presentations related to Milwaukee’s Fuel line of tools and...
How to seal your driveway
You see them at all of the home-improvement centres: stacks of 20-l pails of driveway sealant with pictures of beautiful homes with jet-black driveways gracing the labels, along with equally clever displays of rollers, squeegees...
The floor is down, and the boxes (and boxes…and boxes) of cabinets have all been opened and the cabinet's locations labeled on them with masking tape…so it's time to put them up.
You always want to start with the wall...
Planning the cabinets
OK, a short entry tonight. Tomorrow we'll look at installing the cabinets, but for tonight let's take a closer look at what these Kraftmaid cabinets offer as far as cabinet construction.
People have asked me why I didn't just...
Laying the floor
Let's get this floor down.
I love tile in a kitchen….well, more accurately, I love the *look* of tile in a kitchen, but for this house tile had too many disadvantages to be a viable contender as a flooring choice. From the flex...
Five ways to tune up your barbecue for grilling season
Many of us own barbecues that have seen better days. These backyard workhorses get left outside in all the elements, and are then called upon to perform for neighbours and friends hungry for an outdoor feast.
While you can go out...