When carpenters use consistent and efficient methods for framing a house, it makes the entire build go much more smoothly.
Master these roof-installation details to keep asphalt shingles on and rain out of your house.
This systematic approach to cutting and assembling window casing ensures better joints and a faster installation.
Making a wiggly line with your router is the key to keeping a piece of drywall from slipping before it's fully cut.
Mastered in a Minute: A honing guide and sandpaper adhered to MDF provide effective, no-frills sharpening
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January 18, 2019
Several frustrated homeowners ask the Fine Homebuilding editors to suggest the best course of action for some common DIY dilemmas.
January 16, 2019
Take part in a great event at the 2019 International Builders' Show in Las Vegas
January 12, 2019
Don't waste paint by clearing the nozzle after every use–do this instead.
Use these craft supplies as an easy-to-handle alternative to conventional spacers.
Use a band saw and a spindle sander to cut and fit tight corners in this common trim profile.
Strips of smooth laminate make sliding a new appliance into tight spot a quick and easy job.
A historic-preservation expert suggests possible purposes for an intentional gap between interior courses of brick.
January 11, 2019
A simple modification makes stripping wires faster and more reliable.
Covering old siding may be the simplest way to deal with toxic paint–plus it could be an opportunity to add exterior insulation.
Our resident energy nerd suggests that a lack of air-sealing and insulation may be the cause of condensation around air ducts in a cathedral ceiling.
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