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DIYer

(Do It Yourself-ER) Someone who makes, services or fixes things that are normally done by professionals in that particular field.
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On most DIY hunts you're probably driving your own hunting truck, which means you can bring all the necessary gear with you, and you can haul your meat and antlers home without the expense of shipping or flying it all home.
Many men also admit that DIY delays are caused by Googling hints and tips on how to do the job.
Home retailers have recognised this and keep the DIY momentum going at this time of year, with advertising campaigns and special offers online and in-store.
Acceptance of DIY culture is very low in the APAC regions, hence the market is largely concentrated in the Western countries.
Technology firm Honeywell also discovered that women splash out almost PS200 more than men on DIY.
Lloyds Bank Mortgages director, Andy Hulme, commented "The latest figures provide further evidence that people are continuing to increase their spending on DIY and home improvements as the economy and housing market pick up, with DIY spending increasing by 10% in the last year.
Since its inception within the past year, DIY Design Mom evolved into a major business to business influencer and trusted mommy blog.
New product ranges are arriving all the time, all with summer DIY in mind.
Table 3: Spain - DIY and Hardware Goods Retail: Retail market segmentation by value (bn EUR) (2011)
Krcher's DIY multi-purpose vac is great at picking up debris, dust and glass and sucking up liquid from floors.
The survey by B and Q found the average British man spends just 10 percent of his leisure time on DIY and puts off essential practical jobs for 33 days.
There are sections on the tools and kit you need, employing tradespeople, and the basics of gas, electricity, water, heating, etc, as well as how to do lots of DIY jobs, so there's plenty to get you started.