High ceilings are essential when designing comfortable basement living space in a new home.
One listener wonders why he's not seeing much demand for experienced carpenters in his part of the country.
The FHB crew recaps details of a job-site video shoot they just wrapped up, and then address some listener questions about a variety of construction and remodeling projects.
Today's building pros are more willing to swap stories about their crafts than their predecessors were. Is that good or bad for business?
Justin Fink shows of his custom-built Dutch door before joining in discussions about French drains, siding details, and popular eras in American home building.
The Fine Homebuilding editors chat with Jim Edgeworth of The Bilco Company and Connor Crook of Diamondback Toolbelts about what it takes to build high quality tools and materials in the US.
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.
The Fine Homebuilding editors discuss the dangers of remodeling a house without informing the local building department.
Delta air barriers and tapes and Rockwool insulation on the interior and exterior of the building envelope are key components of this high-performance house.
The pitfalls of old house wiring, rotting retaining walls, and poorly installed shingle siding
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