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Tip: Fixing woodpecker-pecked shingles

Q & A: Straightening a warped door

Q & A: Preventing fence-post rot

Repairing Rotten TrimOnline Membership Required

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

Q & A: Refinishing “ebonized” oak flooring

Re-creating Victorian Trim
Re-creating Victorian TrimOnline Membership Required

Complicated profiles require custom knives, but installation is a cinch

Shop vac assists glue up
Tip: Shop vac assists glue up

Replacing a Chimney CapOnline Membership Required

Homeowners rarely see their chimney caps, and few people have ever called me to repair them. But when I'm asked to inspect a roof or an attic, I generally find myself looking down at the top of the chimney.

Q & A: Reducing noise from above

Q & A: Stains from siding nails

Q & A: Stiffening a floor

Restoring Wood With Epoxy
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Restoring Wood With EpoxyOnline Membership Required

Instead of tearing out and replacing rotten wood, you can fix damage and make wood look as good and last as long as new

Q & A: Replacing a piece of siding

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