Removing a poorly designed addition for this home renovation meant reusing the color-matched brick in the most highly visible areas.
A restored Massachusetts farmhouse receives a modern addition inspired by traditional New England barns.
A discovery during demolition changed the original plan to use conventional wood framing for this whole-house renovation.
Cramped apartments make way for a bright and airy kitchen and breakfast nook when converting this historic Philadelphia building into a single spacious home.
Non-structural beams help a new kitchen match the aesthetic of this post-and-beam home.
Use these tips and tricks to match new floor heights to old and get everything square.
A mix of modern and traditional methods of joinery and assembly creates an engineered timber frame that goes up fast.
This elegant living room space had “a long road to travel” to get to its current state. The designer puts it this way . . . “You know those silly…
Use the right adhesives, fasteners, and techniques to ensure that finished floors are quiet and solid.
This week's podcast starts off with Matt's insights into residential construction methods in the many places he's lived around the world while writing for the newspaper Stars and Stripes.
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