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Asphalt Shingling From the Top Down Editors Pick

Asphalt Shingling From the Top Down Online Membership Required

On steeply pitched roofs, working from the ridge down is faster, safer and easier on the shingles

A Builder's Guide to Avoiding Skin ProblemsOnline Membership Required

From cracked fingertips and contact allergies to cement burns and skin cancer, the prevention is better than the cure

Powder-Actuated ToolsOnline Membership Required

Available as single-shot, semiautomatic or full automatic, these low-velocity tools are the ones carpenters choose when driving fasteners into concrete or steel

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