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A style that works well for remodeling applications where one side of the opening has a different thickness wallboard than the other.
Take a look at a drywall artist's technique as it was way back when.
Lead flashing keeps water out and protects masonry.
Traditional cut rafters are still the go-to approach to roof framing in some areas.
In the past, we've had the rail and stile connections open up, causing cracking in the finish. This method lets us strengthen these joints.
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February 24, 2017
Looking for studs? Watch this video for a low-tech method that will not break the bank.
February 22, 2017
What do the nation of Ecuador and Ben & Jerry's ice cream company have in common? Using trickle-up economics to create transparent pay policies and to solve the wage disparity problem.
February 15, 2017
One way to ensure an emotional connection with your clients is to provide them with a design process that excites them.
February 6, 2017
Plastic tree-felling wedges are useful in all kinds of home-building work.
A shop vacuum does a great job of sucking up loose dirt.
How to remove nails from vinyl that was installed over foil-faced rigid-foam insulation.
Using couplings without internal stops.
This isn’t the most stable door holder, but it works in a pinch.
Any section of flat, unglazed ceramic or stone tile can do the job.
Use ratchet straps any time it is hard to get a pipe joint turning.
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