previous
  • Gallery: Custom Flooring
    Gallery: Custom Flooring
  • 9 Concrete Countertops Ideas
    9 Concrete Countertops Ideas
  • Basement Remodeling Tips
    Basement Remodeling Tips
  • 7 Smart Kitchen Solutions
    7 Smart Kitchen Solutions
  • Video Series: Install a Rock-Solid Tile Floor
    Video Series: Install a Rock-Solid Tile Floor
  • Master Carpenter Videos
    Master Carpenter Videos
  • All about Roofing
    All about Roofing
  • Clever daily tip in your inbox
    Clever daily tip in your inbox
  • Energy-Smart Details
    Energy-Smart Details
  • Video: Install a Fence
    Video: Install a Fence
  • Read FHB on Your iPad
    Read FHB on Your iPad
  • Tips & Techniques for Painting
    Tips & Techniques for Painting
  • 7 Small Bathroom Layouts
    7 Small Bathroom Layouts
  • Video: Build a curved step
    Video: Build a curved step
  • Remodeling in Action
    Remodeling in Action
  • Deck Design & Construction
    Deck Design & Construction
  • Magazine Departments
    Magazine Departments
  • 12 Remodeling Secrets
    12 Remodeling Secrets
  • Solid Deck-Framing Advice
    Solid Deck-Framing Advice
  • 7 Trim Carpentry Secrets
    7 Trim Carpentry Secrets
next

Site Work and Foundations

filter selection:

Site Work and FoundationsOther Materials
Viewing 1 - 15 of 17 results
Sort by:
Editors Pick

Q & A: Can a propane tank be buried?

Locate Underground Pipes
Video: Locate Underground PipesOnline Membership Required

Searching for underground pipes doesn't have to be expensive, all you need is a couple of cheap materials

Start with BatterboardsOnline Membership Required

Ensure a square, level building project from the get-go

Working With RebarOnline Membership Required

The bones beneath concrete's muscle, rebar has to be cut, bent and tied properly to do its job

Building a House of Insulated Concrete BlockOnline Membership Required

Dry-laid walls reinforced with steel and filled with concrete make a weathertight, bugproof house

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

Forming and Pouring Footings
Editors Pick
Forming and Pouring FootingsOnline Membership Required

Fill up a trench with concrete -- what's to know? If a house is going to stand on those little sidewalks, they'd better be straight, level and correctly placed.

When Block Foundations Go BadOnline Membership Required

Steel bracing and improved drainage give new life to cracked and wet walls

Tip: Working in the mud

Details for a Dry Foundation
Editors Pick
Details for a Dry Foundation

Think of the ground around the house as the roof that keeps the foundation dry

Q & A: Underpinning a foundation

Deep FoundationsOnline Membership Required

Using driven piles and grade beams to build on soft ground

Cracked FoundationsOnline Membership Required

Prevention is easier than repair

Concrete and Masonry FastenersOnline Membership Required

A survey of anchors reveals some surprising alternatives to lead and plastic

Viewing 1 - 15 of 17 results