The retailer Lowe’s (NYSE:LOW) is launching Home Repair Workshops, where store associates will teach customers the basics of home repair and maintenance through live, interactive workshops.

Beginning on Nov. 11, Home Repair Workshops will be hosted in 100 stores across the U.S. on Saturdays and Sundays. Participating Lowe’s stores will have stations dedicated to workshops, with quick, hands-on demos available all day during normal store operating hours on subjects including toilet repairs, replacing a faucet, replacing different types of outlets and switches, and how to patch and repair drywall.

No advanced registration required for these workshops. MyLowe’s customers who participate in an in-store workshop can also receive a digital coupon book to help them save on common repair products, corresponding with the workshop topic they attended. A full list of stores hosting Home Repair Workshops can be found here.

“We know millennial homeowners can use some extra help when it comes to tackling basic home repairs, especially since more basic projects can help them save money versus hiring a professional for the project. These Home Repair Workshops are just one way Lowe’s is investing in this generation of homeowners,” said Jen Wilson, Lowe’s senior vice president, enterprise brand and marketing. “We are proud to be their trusted resource, not only offering the tools they need, but empowering them with the skills and confidence to take repair projects on themselves for less.”