Lou Manfredini is a nationally recognized do-it-yourself (DIY) expert, one who is sought after both for his expertise and his energetic, entertaining style.
Lou Manfredini DIY Expert
As an estimated 40 million* active DIYers begin their design, home improvement and other projects this year, we would like to invite you to speak with Lou Manfredini, nationally recognized do-it-yourself (DIY) expert, syndicated host and author, for 5-10 minutes on Tuesday, April 19th to discuss helpful safety tips for the DIYers preparing to take on an anticipated 57 million* home improvement projects this year www.3mtekk.com
Despite all the variety of items available to potentially make households safer, 54 percent* of DIYers admit they sometimes neglect certain safety precautions, and one in five* DIYers report suffering injuries doing various maintenance projects in the home. Additionally, less than half* are somewhat likely, if at all, to wear or use safety equipment in the future during any DIY or home maintenance projects. Lou will discuss frequent safety issues often overlooked by eager DIYers as they take on common home improvement projects.
WHO: Lou Manfredini is a nationally recognized do-it-yourself (DIY) expert, one who is sought after both for his expertise and his energetic, entertaining style. Since 2000, he has been the official home improvement contributor for NBC-TV’s “Today Show” and NBC 5 in Chicago and a frequent guest on HGTV, CNN, Discovery and the History Channel. Manfredini also has authored five successful books for DIYers: Mr. Fix-It: 101 Answers to the Most Commonly Asked Questions xc about Repairing Your Home, Mr. Fix-It Introduces You to Your Home, Bath Smarts, Kitchen Smarts and Room Smarts published by Ballantine Publishing. He also hosts his own nationally syndicated home improvement television and radio show called House Smarts. In addition to his media engagements, Manfredini continues to run his own hardware store in Chicago.
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