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Maintenance and Repair

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Q & A: Drywall cracks above a door

Q & A: Black mildew on fresh paint

Repairing Rotten TrimOnline Membership Required

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

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

Complicated profiles require custom knives, but installation is a cinch

Exterior-Trim Details That Last

Flexible caulk joints combined with a drainage path for moisture keep vulnerable trim elements rot-free

Q & A: Venting a roof without eaves

Q & A: Ridge vents and snow

Ice-dam prevention
Tip: Ice-dam prevention

Replacing an Oak SillOnline Membership Required

Doing the job on a formal entry without tearing out jambs and trim

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