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Tom Feiza: Looking for great advice on home repair, improvements, and many do-it-yourself projects? Then look to Tom Feiza, “Mr. Fix-It.” Tom has helped millions with up-to-date advice and technical information on various home-related topics. He is a mechanical engineer with years of hands-on experience. Mr. Fix-It’s Credentials
Tom hosts a live radio call-in show. This “fix-it” program is a top-rated radio show with over 45,000 listeners each hour. Tom gives practical advice while responding to callers’ questions on home repair and related projects. Tom writes a weekly question-and-answer column published in over 80 newspapers, with circulation reaching more than 500,000 homes. He also writes feature stories.
In addition to radio and print, Tom has hosted several weekly television shows focusing on home improvements and repairs. Tom routinely appears on television talk and news shows with his Mr. Fix-It tips. Tom’s “The Mr. Fix-it” television show rotates with the CNN Headline news on weekends. Tom also presents short seminars and keynotes on home improvements. Has appeared as a featured speaker at home shows and presentations to professional groups, entertaining with just the right blend of information and humor. Just Fix It, How To Operate Your Home. Tom has held various engineering and management positions in facilities management, equipment repair, customer service, and construction. He consults in the area of home remodeling and construction, and he performs home inspections.
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, Graduate course work in Engineering Management, Business Registered professional engineer
In cabinetmaking; furniture construction and refinishing; stained glass; home inspection; moisture problems, indoor air quality; energy conservation; structural, mechanical, and electrical design; refrigeration; drafting; deck building; and many home improvement areas. Mr. Fix-It also has his articles published.