Design and Planning on Fine Homebuilding
Decorative intake grilles and ventilation registers offer airflow without compromising aesthetics.
Strengthening the walls in this 1904 farmhouse involved adding infill framing, insulation, and a wiring cavity.
When following the code causes a disruption or a drip, it's helping to avoid bigger problems down the road.
Removing a poorly designed addition for this home renovation meant reusing the color-matched brick in the most highly visible areas.
Rolled-up cardboard floor protection makes a handy trash-bag holder on the job site.
Uncommon design goals inform the organization of this multivolume home.
Whether you're eliminating an electrical box, a door, or a window, you'll have some drywall patching to do.
Watch Sam Myers from Retrotec walk through how to measure air-tightness, interpret test results, and locate leaks with a blower door in his guest presentation at the Kansas City BS and Beer online meet-up.
In this episode of Job-Site Diaries, remodeler Joshua Oduin walks us through the design process behind his personal cabin in the woods.
Looking for small-house inspiration? FHB has you covered with this collection of more than two-dozen articles about well-built compact homes.
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