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Exterior Siding and Trimwork

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Tip: Fixing woodpecker-pecked shingles

The simplest trim rack ever
Tip: The simplest trim rack ever

Q & A: Bending cedar shingles

Repairing Rotten TrimOnline Membership Required

Don't replace the whole board; cut out the damage and make a perfect patch

Weaving Designs Into Sidewall ShinglesOnline Membership Required

Simple shapes let ordinary sidewall shingles take flight

Q & A: Blind-nailing clapboards

Flashing Brick-Veneer WallsOnline Membership Required

Good masonry work blocks most rainwater, and proper flashing details expel what does get through

Building Square Columns with EntasisOnline Membership Required

A little math and a shop-made router template give classical curves to plywood box columns

Installing Manufactured-Stone VeneerOnline Membership Required

Made from cast concrete, so-called phony stone is good looking, affordable and easy to work with, but best of all, gravity is not required

A Large Cornice Made From Built-up MoldingsOnline Membership Required

A molding head on a radial-arm saw shapes the coves, and plywood forms support the moldings

Installing Wood ClapboardsOnline Membership Required

How a seasoned crew uses a story pole and an efficient work sequence to install this traditional siding

Q & A: Stains from siding nails

Q & A: Replacing a piece of siding

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