Use an inexpensive plastic speed square to quickly and accurately score pieces without a chalkline or straightedge.
Repairing damaged wallboard is easy to do with these basic tools and materials.
Making cutouts for electrical boxes is quick and easy with this compact power tool.
Plywood and ripped-down studs provide solid backing to create drywall arches.
Browse some of the best job-site solutions submitted by Fine Homebuilding readers.
Several frustrated homeowners ask the Fine Homebuilding editors to suggest the best course of action for some common DIY dilemmas.
Use a band saw and a spindle sander to cut and fit tight corners in this common trim profile.
Patrick, Matt, and Justin share stories about storm windows, energy-efficient homes, and drywall tape before tackling a few listener questions.
In this video, professional paperhanger John Clift demonstrates how to make tight, back-to-back cuts at wallpaper joints.
Paperhanger John Clift shows how to align, cut, and fold wallpaper for a clean fit where it meets windows and doors.
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