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The Best Way to Insulate a Rim Joist The Best Way to Insulate a Rim Joist

Stop energy losses with a spray-foam kit

Q & A: A remedy for cupped flooring

Replacing a Rotten Mudsill
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Replacing a Rotten MudsillOnline Membership Required

Let simple wooden wedges do the heavy lifting

Plywood vs. OSB
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New-generation panels mean decade-old notions are no way to choose sheathing. Here's what you need to know.

A Builder's Screen Porch
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From a hip-framed floor that slopes in three directions to a coffered ceiling, a veteran carpenter builds his porch his way

Detailing for Wood ShrinkageOnline Membership Required

If you think ahead, you can avoid nail pops, cracked drywall and sloping floors

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