• FREE Repair Help:

    How to Find Local Repair Help

    How to Find Local Repair Help

    The Fix-It Club offers more than 250 Free Fix-It Guides for repairing broken things around the home and garage: free repair help!. Occasionally you won't be able to or won't want to fix it yourself.[More FREE Help...]
    7 Easy Car Maintenance Tips

    7 Easy Car Maintenance Tips

    I've performed basic maintenance on our latest car since new. It now has more than 255,000 miles on the odometer and is still running reliably. My "secret" is easy car maintenance. Of course, I take it to my[More FREE Help...]
    Oils and Lubricants

    Oils and Lubricants

    The Fix-It Club can help you reduce repairs by helping you understand the how and why of household lubricants. Many things around your home are mechanical and are supposed to move. That's what they do. For example, a[More FREE Help...]
    How to Repair Electronics

    How to Repair Electronics

    What would life be without our electronic "gadgets": televisions, satellite systems, DVD players, CD players, stereos, cameras, smart phones, VCRs, and, of course, computers? Boring! We depend every day on these and other electronic devices to help[More FREE Help...]
  • Easy Repairs for Retirees

    A repair tool kit offers a handy case for holding common home repair tools.

    A repair tool kit offers a handy case for holding common home repair tools.

    Once retired, many people find satisfaction in performing basic repairs around the home: electrical repairs, plumbing repairs, heating and cooling repairs, major appliance repairs, small appliance repairs, and more. That's where the Fix-It Club can come in very handy. It includes more than 250 basic Fix-It Guides on a wide variety of home, appliance, and automotive repairs. It's time to repair the honey-do list.

    Making minor repairs not only saves money, it also keeps retirees' minds and hands active. Most important, simple home repairs offer the satisfaction of returning broken stuff to a useful state. Even if something is beyond repair and needs recycling, you can help the environment and the economy by learning how to recycle or reuse it. And membership in the Fix-It Club is absolutely free! Simply use this online resource any time you need suggestions on how to repair things.

    Here are the main categories of repairs you can learn about in the Fix-It Club:

    Whether you are a retiree, semi-retired (like me), or just tired of what you do for a living, look around you for potential repairs you can make to learn some new skills and save a little money. Join the Fix-It Club!

    --Dan "The Fix-It Man" Ramsey