Assembled with regular building skills, ICFs form airtight, insulating concrete walls that finish with standard materials.
A professional's tips for rolling and edging paint as efficiently as possible without making a mess.
Meticulous layout, a cantilevered stone countertop and a parade of bears form an elegant master bath.
A builder's truck or van is a mobile workshop. Here are five approaches to making the most out of that valuable space.
When the power goes out, a generator can handle your electrical essentials, but it must be wired correctly.
Detailing and proportion are early 20th century; comfort and efficiency are right up to date.
Misused batteries die young. Replacements are costly. Here's how to get the longest life from your batteries.
From undersize nails to overloaded trusses, here's a look at what builders get wrong when they wing it without an engineer.
You can't cope polyurethane molding, but a template, a simple jig and a little bit of luck make it possible to preassemble perfect miter joints.
The neutral and ground wires are not the same After all Mr. Cauldwell’s elaborations about electricity in the article “Wiring Stoves and Dryers” (FHB #125, pp. 110-113), we are left…
Great moments in building history: So much for that pristine record
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