Home Improvement Expert Lynda Lyday Shares Fall Home Improvement Tips

We may have been taught by our parents the importance of spring cleaning our homes at the beginning of the year, but believe it or not, fall is the most crucial time to do so. With cooler weather soon making its way across the country, you want to ensure that your appliances are in working order and your home is energy efficient before winter hits and the holiday season approaches. There’s nothing worse than having your stove go out before Thanksgiving or your heater stop working when the temp hits below freezing.

Home improvement expert Lynda Lyday joined me for an interview yesterday to share simple ways we can improve the look and feel of our home with DIY projects and budget friendly expert advice. I learned so much during this interview and have been very excited to pass Lynda’s great DIY/home improvement tips to you. Enjoy!

 

 

Home improvement expert Lynda Lyday joined Candace Rose for an interview to share fall home improvement tips and tricks.

Home improvement expert Lynda Lyday joined Candace Rose for an interview to share fall home improvement tips and tricks.

 

 

For more information on everything Lynda Lyday mentioned during the interview please visit: Searshomeservices.com/fall (for appliances), FrogTape.com (FrogTape painters tape), Krylon.com (Krylon spray paint) and VideoPump.tv.

 

Video: Watch Candace Rose interview home improvement expert Lynda Lyday on how you get improve the look and feel of your home for fall.

 

About Lynda Lyday:

Lynda has become the go-to expert, both producing and hosting segments for media venues such as CNN, MSNBC, FOX NEWS, ABC, NBC’s The Today Show and numerous other national and local television shows. The Home Shopping Network (HSN) has contracted her to be the Home Improvement Expert guest host demonstrating products in home improvement, gardening and organization. Lynda was the first woman to win “The Golden Hammer Award” in New York City at a time when very few women were entering construction in the mid 80’s.

 

Lynda was discovered by The Discovery Channel who casted her as one of television’s only licensed female carpenters on “Give Me Shelter.” Lynda went on to host more than 350 home improvement shows for HGTV and The DIY Network. “The Fix” and “Talk2DIY” honored her with two Telly Awards. She’s often interviewed and quoted in newspapers and magazines throughout the country. In 2003, Lynda first appeared on QVC and in 2011 she became a regular guest host on HSN (Home Shopping Network).

 

 

Satellite time provided by Sears Home Services, FrogTape. Candace Rose was not compensated by the sponsors for this interview.

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