Tim is a stereotypical American male, who loves power tools, cars, and sports. An avid fan of the Detroit professional sports teams, Tim wears Lions, Pistons, Red Wings, and Tigers clothing in numerous instances, and many plots revolve around the teams. He is a former salesman for the fictional Binford Tool company, and is very much a cocky, overambitious, accident-prone know-it-all. Witty but flippant, Tim jokes around a lot, even at inappropriate times, much to the dismay of his wife. However, Tim can sometimes be serious when necessary. Jill, Tim's wife, is loving and sophisticated, but not exempt from dumb moves herself. In later seasons, she returns to college to study psychology. Family life is boisterous for the Taylors, with the two oldest children, Brad and Randy, tormenting the much younger Mark, all while continually testing and pestering each other. Such play happened especially throughout the first three seasons, and was revisited only occasionally until Jonathan Taylor Thomas left at the beginning of the eighth season. During the show's final season, Brad and Mark became much closer due to Randy's absence. House Painting
In the United States, Home Improvement began airing in broadcast syndication in September 1995, distributed via Buena Vista Television (now Disney–ABC Domestic Television) and continued to be syndicated until 2007, in a manner similar to Seinfeld and The Simpsons after they began airing in broadcast syndication. Episodes of Home Improvement were not aired in order of their production code number or original airdate.
Tim's family life is very insane and yet fun to watch. His wife Jill (Patricia Richardson) is the type of wife that gets jealous of what Tim does or yet, cannot stay out of people's affairs; his three sons Brad (Zachary Bryan) is a trouble maker, Randy (Jonathan Taylor Thomas) is a smart-ass and Mark (Taran Smith) is the innocent that gets picked on by the older sons. He also has a neighbor named Wilson (Earl Hindman) who only shows half of his face in every episode for which he is always there for Tim and his family when they are in trouble. House Painting
Note: Rural homeowners in the states of California, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Texas, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia may be eligible for higher loan or grant amounts under the Single Family Housing Section 504 Repair Pilot Program. Please contact the State Office for more details. House Painting
The Temple of Artemis awaits as you set foot into this warm and welcoming semi-detached 2 family residence to experience warm and cozy sentiments reminiscent of your childhood. Situated in the heart of highly coveted Great Kills Staten Island, this gorgeous property sits on a tree-lined street accompanied by all the character and charm Great Kills is renowned for. This picturesque 17x44 home sits on a 25x100 property lot boasts parking for 2 vehicles thereby alleviating potential parking woes. Each unit feature ultra-functional floor plans conveying a harmonious balance of comfort and privacy. Bedrooms are all exceptionally roomy with large windows allowing for natural light penetration. Be House Painting
Jay Leno appears with his car collection in the fourth-season episode "Brother, Can You Spare a Hot Rod?", in which he plays a staff member of "Papa Mia" the pizza guy. "If he's not there in 30 minutes, you should have given better directions" He also appeared four years later in the episode "Home Alone" in a dream sequence about Tim's book, saying "Instead of getting a literary genius like Tim Taylor, we're stuck with Jack Nicholson and Marlon Brando." Leeza Gibbons and Oprah Winfrey also guest-starred in the episode playing themselves on their respective talk shows talking about Tim's book (and how he has not written it). House Painting
Certified, insured, and working at competitive rates, Curb Appeal Landscaping has been serving the local community since 2016, delivering quality services that epitomize all modern standards. All our commercial and residential landscaping services come with a free quote, and we also offer warranties on our labor. With our help, you can easily improve and enhance any part of your landscape. Contact us today! House Painting
Tool Time was conceived as a parody of the PBS home-improvement show This Old House.[6] Tim and Al are caricatures of the two principal cast members of This Old House, host Bob Vila and master carpenter Norm Abram.[7] Al Borland has a beard and always wears plaid shirts when taping an episode, reflecting Norm Abram's appearance on This Old House.[8] Bob Vila appeared as a guest star on several episodes of Home Improvement, while Tim Allen and Pamela Anderson both appeared on Bob Vila's show Home Again.[9][10] House Painting
The theme music for Home Improvement entitled "Iron John's Rock", was composed by Dan Foliart. The theme song is unique for its sampling of power tool sounds as well as Allen's grunting which became his signature. The track also includes instruments such as flute and organ. From Season 7 until the end of the series, a remixed version of the theme song was used. House Painting
The Western Catskills Community Revitalization Council provides New York state home improvement grants and loans to help revitalize the community. Grants are generally capped at $2,000 while loans are capped at $10,000. You must apply for assistance by submitting information on your income, family size and the projects you plan to do with the grant or loan. House Painting
Container gardens add a welcoming feel and colorful curb appeal to any home exterior quickly and affordably. You can buy ready-made containers from garden centers or create your own with your favorite plants. Pots come in a variety of materials, such as terra-cotta, ceramic, wood, and plastic. For most landscapes, a staggered, asymmetrical arrangement works best to create a dynamic setting. House Painting
Jay Leno appears with his car collection in the fourth-season episode "Brother, Can You Spare a Hot Rod?", in which he plays a staff member of "Papa Mia" the pizza guy. "If he's not there in 30 minutes, you should have given better directions" He also appeared four years later in the episode "Home Alone" in a dream sequence about Tim's book, saying "Instead of getting a literary genius like Tim Taylor, we're stuck with Jack Nicholson and Marlon Brando." Leeza Gibbons and Oprah Winfrey also guest-starred in the episode playing themselves on their respective talk shows talking about Tim's book (and how he has not written it).
LEGAL, Semi-Detached, Brick 2-Family in the Native American Village of the Bronx. Also features a walkout basement on ground. Family-owned since being built. Layout has changed over the years to accommodate a large family. Use in current setup or set it back. Either way, the home needs a few new touches. Curb appeal is nice and front door is under a covered awning. Hardwood floors exposed and some preserved under carpets. Full Bath on each level. The backyard is accessed from the lower level door out. Remote garage is SUV sized. Prime location offers a quick walk to Morris Park shopping and Train Station. Einstein hospital and various schools and charters all within minutes of home. Desirab
Bob Vila also appeared on several episodes, with Tim seeing him as a rival (he appears in Season One's "What About Bob?" Season Two's "The Great Race," Season Three's "The Great Race II," Season Four's "Tool Time After Dark," with recycled Tool Time footage from earlier episodes, and Season Six's "Insult to Injury" in a dream sequence about Vila winning the consecutive home renovation show appearance record; Vila wasn't played by himself, and instead played by a stunt-double for a one-shot cameo). House Painting

If you’re in Utica or anywhere in Oneida County, you might be able to qualify for help from UNHS NeighborWorks. The program provides access to resources and professionals in the area to help you make updates to your home. UNHS does not offer New York state home improvement grants, but their connections with local professionals could help you make updates to your home. House Painting
LEGAL, Semi-Detached, Brick 2-Family in the Native American Village of the Bronx. Also features a walkout basement on ground. Family-owned since being built. Layout has changed over the years to accommodate a large family. Use in current setup or set it back. Either way, the home needs a few new touches. Curb appeal is nice and front door is under a covered awning. Hardwood floors exposed and some preserved under carpets. Full Bath on each level. The backyard is accessed from the lower level door out. Remote garage is SUV sized. Prime location offers a quick walk to Morris Park shopping and Train Station. Einstein hospital and various schools and charters all within minutes of home. Desirab
The Temple of Artemis awaits as you set foot into this warm and welcoming semi-detached 2 family residence to experience warm and cozy sentiments reminiscent of your childhood. Situated in the heart of highly coveted Great Kills Staten Island, this gorgeous property sits on a tree-lined street accompanied by all the character and charm Great Kills is renowned for. This picturesque 17x44 home sits on a 25x100 property lot boasts parking for 2 vehicles thereby alleviating potential parking woes. Each unit feature ultra-functional floor plans conveying a harmonious balance of comfort and privacy. Bedrooms are all exceptionally roomy with large windows allowing for natural light penetration. Be House Painting
Tim is a stereotypical American male, who loves power tools, cars, and sports. An avid fan of the Detroit professional sports teams, Tim wears Lions, Pistons, Red Wings, and Tigers clothing in numerous instances, and many plots revolve around the teams. He is a former salesman for the fictional Binford Tool company, and is very much a cocky, overambitious, accident-prone know-it-all. Witty but flippant, Tim jokes around a lot, even at inappropriate times, much to the dismay of his wife. However, Tim can sometimes be serious when necessary. Jill, Tim's wife, is loving and sophisticated, but not exempt from dumb moves herself. In later seasons, she returns to college to study psychology. Family life is boisterous for the Taylors, with the two oldest children, Brad and Randy, tormenting the much younger Mark, all while continually testing and pestering each other. Such play happened especially throughout the first three seasons, and was revisited only occasionally until Jonathan Taylor Thomas left at the beginning of the eighth season. During the show's final season, Brad and Mark became much closer due to Randy's absence. House Painting
Note: Rural homeowners in the states of California, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Texas, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia may be eligible for higher loan or grant amounts under the Single Family Housing Section 504 Repair Pilot Program. Please contact the State Office for more details. House Painting
Beautifully maintained and owner occupied turn of the century gem. Own a little piece of charming Woodlawn Heights- steps from Metro North for under 30 min to Grand Central, walk to shops and restaurants, Van Cortlandt Park and easy access to major roads and parkways. Property has been used as a family home for many years and would make a great investment to live in part and rent the rest or strictly as an income property collecting rents in the area going between $2600-3000 each for similar sized units. Main floor unit has been nicely updated with custom cabinetry and granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and includes a large formal dining room, living room and four well sized be House Painting
Although revealed to be an excellent salesman and TV personality, Tim is spectacularly accident prone as a handyman, often causing massive disasters on and off the set, to the consternation of his co-workers and family. Many Tool Time viewers assume that the accidents on the show are done on purpose, to demonstrate the consequences of using tools improperly. Many of Tim's accidents are caused by his devices being used in an unorthodox or overpowered manner, designed to illustrate his mantra "More power!". This popular catchphrase would not be uttered after Home Improvement's seventh season,[5] until Tim's last line in the series finale, which are the last two words ever spoken. House Painting
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