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Why Decks Fall Down Why Decks Fall Down Online Membership Required

Build a safer deck with the right hardware, codes, and methods

Tying Down Loads
Tying Down Loads

Make an Old Deck Safe
Make an Old Deck Safe

Three days’ work and $600 in materials save this deck from a catastrophic ending

Tailgate: Mike Sloggatt, Volunteer
Tailgate: Mike Sloggatt, Volunteer

A year after superstorm Sandy, this Long Island building educator reflects on the cleanup and recovery from this devastating storm.

A simple, ergonomic push stick
Tip: A simple, ergonomic push stick

How it Works: Code Changes
How it Works: Code Changes

Q & A: Painful skin cracks

Protect Your Home With a Basic Seismic Retrofit
Protect Your Home With a Basic Seismic RetrofitOnline Membership Required

Strengthening a home in earthquake country means anchoring it to its foundation and adding site-built shear walls

The Best Practices for Lead-Safe Remodeling
The Best Practices for Lead-Safe RemodelingOnline Membership Required

It’s now the law for professional contractors, but working lead-safe should be a priority for everyone

Using Extension Ladders Safely
Using Extension Ladders Safely

What's the most dangerous tool that you work with? If your first thought is a power tool—probably a tablesaw—then the answer might surprise you.

Is Your Deck Safe?
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Is Your Deck Safe?Online Membership Required

Protect yourself from collapse, rot, and nasty splinters. Inspect these 8 critical areas every season

Tool Hound: Riving Knives Explained
Video: Tool Hound: Riving Knives Explained

New to the American table saw market, these safety accessories deliver a much-needed safety upgrade to prevent against kickback 

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