The Fine Homebuilding editors discuss the dangers of remodeling a house without informing the local building department.
The Thomas Massey House illustrates the lengths to which architect John Milner goes to preserve historical buildings.
More on the metric system, paint, humidity, sheds, and foundation work. Plus, when is it okay to work on your roof without shoes?
Using self-adhesive fiberglass drywall tape creatively can save time and produce an invisible repair.
Lumber, trim, deck ledger flashing, wood rot, wood putty, dogs, and bacteria in the plumbing.
Rinnai's new products, networking at the show, job prospects for plumbers, and keeping craft alive.
Whistling hot water bathroom fixtures, closet flanges, replacing open-cell insulation, shed construction, and the paradox of caulking around the bottom of a toilet.
Building with insulating concrete forms, preventing rot on low-slope roofing, and mad props for your humble show-notes compiler.
How to prepare the existing surface, mix, apply, and finish a concrete patch.
Dry the soil next to the foundation to prevent or slow further erosion.
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