A rentable sprayer and good surface preparation are keys to a new-looking kitchen.
Building paper and adhesive-backed bituminous tape are vital ingredients in protecting a building from water damage.
A little easy-to-assemble trim dresses up these homely metal heaters.
A molding head on a radial-arm saw shapes the coves, and plywood forms support the moldings.
There are lots of choices between expensive wooden style-and-rail and cheap hollow-core doors.
Measuring along the bottom of the rafters and using a site-built jig simplify the process.
One alternative to the high cost and poor quality of lumber these days is finding the trees and cutting them into boards yourself
Pick a fan that's quiet and powerful, and keep the duct short.
Finish sanding is one thing, but if you're looking to remove lots of stock in a short amount of time, you'll need a belt sander
Great moments in building history: A towel-eating snake?
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