Securing your wavy piece of wood onto a perfectly square guide board is the key to safely ripping it in a straight line.
Quickly make a subfence out of scrapwood and Super Glue for precision cutting of trim and cabinet parts.
Plywood and ripped-down studs provide solid backing to create drywall arches.
How to pull off this tricky detail without callbacks
Remodeling experts Doug Horgan and Tom Johnston demonstrate the methods and materials they use to keep every surface in a client's house clean and safe.
What’s the right book for learning home maintenance? How to properly insulate a garage ceiling? How can you improve the comfort of a big house with a one-zone heating and air-conditioning system? Is it okay to vent a dryer into a garage?
Designed to be erected in a day, this shed uses readily available materials and basic tools.
A drywall screw acts as an adjustable shim for making tight inside corners on trim.
Electrical-wire sheathing makes a great extension for fitting into tight places with your compressor's air nozzle.
A PVC-pipe sleeve add length to a handle to make nail pulling easier.
A hole saw and some homemade plugs make saving and reusing old wood siding a simple job.
Builder Scott McBride recounts his time cleaning and rebuilding wood gutters, including the advantages to wood gutters and the key to wood-gutter longevity.
How to choose the right filler, putty, epoxy, or spackle products for repairing everything from common nail holes to major rot.
A carpenter's approach to simple, modern metal stairs.
Installing a tank water heater might seem easy, but some of these common mistakes could be life-threatening.
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