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Home Maintenance and Repair

This course is for home owners, and Do-It-Yourselfers in homes, condos, and even apartments who want to do small repairs and maintenance jobs. You will learn about the basic tools you need to have in your D.I.Y. tool box, and how to use them. You will learn how to do all sorts of small projects including drywall repair, hanging pictures and mirrors securely with drywall plugs, using stud finders, adjusting kitchen cabinet doors, removing and installing door handles, and siliconing around tubs and showers. Students will get hands-on experience replacing weather stripping, and adjusting doors and bifolds so they don’t stick or squeak. Other subjects covered include filling and caulking baseboards, and small flooring repairs including chips in laminate floors. Don will also show you many other tips that professional contractors use to repair things around the house. This course is for women and for men. You will be surprised at how much you learn! Register early.

Offering 1: Saturday, Feb 29 2020, 9am to 3:30pm, at Credo Christian High School 21846 52nd Ave Langley

Offering 2: Saturday, May 30 2020, 9am to 3:30pm, at Credo Christian High School 21846 52nd Ave Langley

Course Number: HI13
Instructor: Don Laslo
Semester: Winter/Spring 2020
Classroom: Credo Christian High Room A
Start Date: Varies
End Date: Varies
Start Time: Varies
End Time: Varies
Class Capacity: 16
Course Price: $99.99
Number of Sessions: 1

Total course price before 5% GST:

$99.99 CADSign up now

We remain closed, but we're committed to keep classes going through the next few weeks.

All classes that are normally scheduled for the next few weeks will continue, either by being re-scheduled, or in some cases, through livestreaming. If you're worried about cancellations, don't. Your class will be delivered one way or another.
We will communicate with all registered students via email. Please be sure to check your spam folder if you don't see any announcements.
Like all small businesses, we rely on our registrations to keep the school going. Without training opportunities, those looking for new careers in the next year will not have the education they need to move on. That's why we're committed to postponing classes, rather than cancelling them.