Mr. Handyman knows there are some in-home repairs that don't require a handyman. That's why we created our new infographic, " 5 Things You Can Fix With Everyday Stuff ," to share with you professional tips for DIY home repairs using everyday items.

Squeaky hinges are an all-too-common issue on bedroom and bathroom doors. WD-40 is the most common item used to fix squeaky doors, and if you have it on hand, it is a great fix. However, using petroleum jelly also works if you don't have WD-40 lying around. A silicone-based lubricant will prevent dust from collecting on the hinges. If the problem persists, your door hinges might not be perfectly aligned, in which case, you can call Mr. Handyman to help fix.

Doors are the entry point to almost every room in your house, and are the first thing guests see when they come to your home. Doors have evolved from a place of pure functionality to a statement of beauty. If you aren't ready to replace your doors altogether, there are many DIY updates you can make instead.

Updating your door handles is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways you can update your doors. Door knobs and handles come in a broad price range. You can spend as little as $5 per knob, and you'll be surprised at the improvement this small DIY update does for your home. An even cheaper option is to spray paint your door handles.

Paint can transform more than just your doorknobs and handles. There are so many ways you can update your doors with a simple coat of paint. Check out some awesome DIY door ideas here. Updating already existing doors in your house is a savvy way to save money while also getting a fresh new look. If you're looking for a more serious remodel, we recommend using a professional for the best and safest results. Click here to find your local Mr. Handyman.