Learn how to plan, fabricate, and install a chute to conveniently send your dirty clothes from an upstairs bathroom or hallway to your laundry room below.
A dryer vent with a cleaner, more professional finish in the interior and an attractive vented exterior
Minisplits, Hoosier cabinets, additions, glue-size, floor joists, shingles, and rot-resistant lumber.
Condenser dryers don’t make sense for every house, but are a great solution when venting isn’t an option.
Laundry Jet uses vacuum power to deliver clothes from any room in the house to the washing machine in just seconds
An oldie, but a goodie.
Featuring efficiency, convenience, and high-performance for a tight house.
Conventional ducting results in an effective 31-ft. exhaust run. Swapping out regular elbows with Dryer-Ell elbows reduces the run to 18 ft 6 in.
Don't Forget the Basics
In this episode, host and managing editor Justin Fink talks with editor-in-chief Rob Yagid and design editor Brian Pontolilo about mold problems, roof-framing options, and the moral obligation of building…
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