A simple formed-metal strip fastened under asphalt roof shingles diverts rainwater sideways toward a gutter to keep the area below a little drier.
A simple patch piece of flashing tape seals window flanges for piece of mind.
A site-built EPDM extension tube provides extra control at the business end of a concrete pump truck pipe.
Made from scrap materials, a shingle cutter can save time when you have to cut lots of starter kits along rake edges.
Snap steel tracks on top of insulated concrete forms to protect the interlocking keys and stiffen the walls while pouring concrete.
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You can hand-seal the rake shingles down to the drip edge or use a double-sided roofing tape.
Cutting housewrap and underlayment with scissors, faster and safer than with a knife.
Here is a collection of memories about people who sparked a passion in others, a passion for building and craft. These are personal accounts about experiences and projects that were…
Faster than and just as water-resistant as a closed-cut valley ... and it looks almost identical.
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