10 Home Improvement YouTube Channels to Subscribe to in 2019

10 Home Improvement YouTube Channels to Subscribe to in 2019

 

In recent years, YouTube has quite rightly gained a reputation as the go-to resource for all things DIY. There are a number of reasons for this.

The economic climate has led people to embark on more DIY projects, whether that’s to fix, renovate or build from scratch.

Rather than buying a new house or a house in tip-top condition, many of us are investing in ‘fixer-uppers’ and learning new skills as we modernise and renovate. That includes such things as painting, hanging wallpaper, laying flooring and interior design.

Skilled craftspeople can use YouTube to raise their profile, create an income stream and build their career. It’s a great way to showcase skills and expertise, and we, the viewers, benefit, too!

Finally, there’s something hugely satisfying about tackling a job and completing it successfully, whether it’s as simple as sorting a dripping tap or as complicated as building an extension. And, whatever you want to do, you can be sure YouTube has a channel and a video to help!

So, without further ado, let’s take a look at our list of 10 home improvement YouTube channels to subscribe to in 2019.

 

 

The Restoration Couple

 

The first YouTube channel on our list is owned and maintained by a couple living in Bath.

Known as the Restoration Couple, this husband and wife team have a passionate interest in the world of DIY and their vlog details their DIY adventures, renovating their own home.

We found their videos to be extremely informative and they cover such a wide range of DIY topics with extremely informative information that everyone, regardless of experience, will learn something from this channel.

Our favourite video:

Subscribe to The Restoration Couple’s channel here

 

 

Home RenoVision DIY

 

The Home RenoVision DIY channel is another excellent vlog that’s dedicated to helping homeowners learn the tricks of the trade, so that they can transform their own homes with their newly learned skills.

The channel is run by Jeff and he does a fantastic job of explaining the step-by-step process for undertaking a huge variety of DIY tasks.

This channel is certainly not one to be missed and, with almost half a million subscribers, it seems a lot of other people agree.

Our favourite video:

Subscribe to Home RenoVision DIY’s channel here

 

 

House Improvements

 

House Improvements is another hugely popular YouTube channel – it’s fast approaching half a million subscribers and nearly 100 million DIY video views.

The channel has been running since 2010, and in that time has developed a huge library of videos that cover everything from replacing a toilet flusher handle to large projects, such as building your own deck from scratch.

We have no doubt that whatever your next DIY project entails, it has likely been covered on this channel, and with such through and informative videos, we highly recommend subscribing to the House Improvements vlog today.

Our favourite video:

Subscribe to House Improvements’ channel here

 

 

Paint Life TV

 

As the name suggests, this channel is strongly focused on painting and decorating.

The Paint Life TV channel is owned by Chris Berry, who has been producing content for his channel since 2011.

The channel is packed full of self-help videos to help you become a better painter. Chris is a real expert in his field and has been painting professionally for many years. If you are looking to paint your own home, then we can’t recommend this channel highly enough.

Our favourite video:

Subscribe to Paint Life TV’s channel here

 

 

Home Channel

 

The Home Channel is a UK-based vlog with tips and tricks on transforming your interior.

It is the accompanying YouTube channel for the Home TV Channel, available on satellite and digital television.

It features videos from some famous faces, such as DIY expert and TV personality, Craig Phillips, and interior designer, Kathryn Rayward.

Unfortunately, the channel hasn’t been updated for a few years, but there are still plenty of excellent DIY videos to be found on this vlog.

Our favourite video:

Subscribe to Home Channel’s channel here

 

 

GoodHousekeepingTV

 

The Good Housekeeping channel is, of course, owned by the well-known home and lifestyle magazine.

This channel not only features DIY videos, but also has a host of lifestyle videos covering everything from knitting to baking, crafts to shopping.

Unfortunately, there haven’t been any new videos uploaded on this channel for around three years, which is a shame, as we love their previous work and would highly recommend checking out this entertaining vlog.

Our favourite video:

Subscribe to GoodHousekeepingTV’s channel here

 

 

The Building Sheriff

 

The Building Sheriff is a relatively new YouTube channel and, therefore, doesn’t have the huge library of videos that some of the other channels we’ve featured have.

However, the videos they do have are excellent and we’ve certainly learnt a few things from their videos.

Many of their videos are, in fact, podcasts, which are both entertaining and informative.

Our favourite video:

Subscribe to The Building Sheriff’s channel here

 

 

The Good Property Company / Susannah Cole

 

The Good Property Company isn’t exclusively focused on DIY.

It is a property development company started by Susannah Cole back in 2011.

Susannah has an extensive portfolio and vast experience in renovating properties for profit, so this channel isn’t really suited to those looking to renovate their own homes for fun, it’s more for serious property investors looking to earn a living.

Videos are published on a regular basis. Most weeks see 3–4 new videos uploaded, covering every aspect of property investing, plus there’s a handful of useful DIY videos that show you practical ways to develop your property.

Our favourite video:

Subscribe to The Good Property Company / Susannah Cole’s channel here

 

 

Simple Home Art Decor Ideas

 

The Simple Home Art Décor Ideas is a great YouTube channel for those looking for some interior design inspiration.

It covers a wide range of topics, including kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and living room makeover ideas, and even tips on how to organise your refrigerator.

Not only does this channel cover DIY and interior design-related topics, but there are also plenty of lifestyle videos on things such as cooking and shopping, too.

Subscribe to the channel today and get inspired.

Our favourite video:

Subscribe to Simple Home Art Decor Ideas’ channel here

 

 

Modern Builds

 

The final channel on list of our 10 home improvement YouTube channels to subscribe to is Modern Builds.

If you are looking for DIY tips and ideas to create a modern home, then this is the channel for you.

The vlog, run by Mike, features lots of very detailed and informative information that shows you complete step-by-step guides to carrying out hundreds of DIY projects.

The channel has the highest subscriber count on our list, with over 830,000 subscribers at the time of writing, and we think that’s testament to the fantastic library of videos created by Mike over the past few years.

Our favourite video:

Subscribe to Modern Builds’ channel here

 

 

Conclusion

 

The rise of YouTube over the past decade or so has meant that there are videos and channels dedicated to a wide range of topics and interests.

Watching YouTube videos is a great way to learn key DIY skills that you can easily put to use in your own home, saving you thousands of pounds and giving you a tremendous sense of satisfaction in creating and fixing things with your own hands.

Now it’s your turn to let us know what your favourite DIY YouTube channels are, or perhaps you have your own channel that you would like to share with the world.

Either way, leave us a link to your favourite channel in the comments section below and we’ll be sure to check it out.

Thanks for reading.

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