As of Nov. 5th it's four days in a row. Let's go for more!
Re: clapboard segment: What do they think about using Hardieboard siding or some such with the proper moisture protection? I ask because I just had it installed on my dormer walls after the 100+ year old slate was removed.
Re: Crown molding episode; it was stated that the hosts never do a miter in a corner. I have to assume that they are talking about inside corners. The reality is that outside corners are fairly common too and I'll bet they seen them. Perhaps where a closet projects off an inside wall, etc. Not all rooms are a simple square/rectangle. So the question still remains. What's the best way to cut a miter for an outside corner?
Really interesting, would like to see more. The" how they did it" aspect could be story?
Does it shrink like Azek does? What's the cost? Can it be used where structural integrity is required? Does it give off gasses when it burns? If we breath the dust will our unborn children suffer? Any US manufacturers?
I'm wondering how long the Saw Stop patents are good for? Anyone know?
Nice, clear, easy to understand graphic.
If you are installing Hardiboard clapboards why wouldn't you use Hardiboard stock for the corner boards? Like materials with proper caulking would hold up longer than mixing metal with cement boards.
Yep. A glass cutting bit is what I used for installing more than a dozen paper towel holders onto ceramic tiled walls. Does Chuck ever finish a real project?
Really nice work, great design. Wondering what the wood is as well as the counter tops?
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