High ceilings are essential when designing comfortable basement living space in a new home.
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.
When a listener asks what measures he should take to keep cellulose from falling through his exhaust fan when insulating and air-sealing his attic, the Fine Homebuilding editors wonder if he should get rid of the fan altogether.
To achieve a Net-Zero designation, today’s builders need to focus on using products that deliver energy savings, durability, and occupant health and comfort. Air and moisture barriers play a critical…
Sealing sanded-grout scratched tile, updating outdated kitchen cabinets, and foundation options for a shed on a sloped lot.
The PLS 480 and Red System kit is a crew favorite in the field
A distinctive, elevated foundation combines a metal pan deck and a traditionally formed and poured basement.
How can we form a monolithic slab with stem walls?
Borrowing from the commercial building world, we use steel to prep for an elevated concrete slab.
Rain water runoff in a small town.
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