With a housed stringer on one side and an open, mitered stringer on the other, these stairs look harder to build than they are.
Shouldn't the largest investment most people ever make come with a big, thick instruction book?
Parallel-chord floor trusses are more stable and span greater distances than stick framing, and speedier setup offsets their higher cost.
Low-maintenance materials combine with traditional details in a light-filled addition.
With store-bought moldings and a router, you can give laminate counters the monolithic look of solid-surface material.
To get all the features he needed in a chopsaw stand, one finish carpenter made his own extension tables and stops.
Safety, security and aesthetics all play an important part in illuminating the outside of your house.
Glue, staples and a little engineering turn sheets of plywood into trusses and columns.
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