Matt Blashaw, Licensed contractor, Host of HGTV's Professional Grade and DIY Network's Yard Crashers, Money Hunters, and Deconstruction. If you own a home, there's almost always a DIY (Do It Yourself) project that needs done. According to a new survey of 1,000 U.S. homeowners commissioned by Coinstar, a leader in self-service coin counting, more than two-thirds of homeowners typically perform DIY projects with someone else in the household, like a family member or significant other. And among those who do a project with someone else, 65% of respondents said they had a disagreement. The survey also provided insights on budgeting, showing more than 3 in 5 respondents were motivated to take on a Do It Yourself project as a means to save money. One way to offset costs for the next DIY project is to tap into spare change you've accumulated at home. The value of the coins in your coin jar may surprise you.