With the stairs as a form, laminating commercially available bending rail is easier than it appears.
Wire size, jacket materials and voltage drop are important, often-ignored features of these ubiquitous job-site umbilicals.
It's only a small hip roof, but its 45-degree corners befuddle many carpenters. Drawing bay roofs out full scale is key to fast and accurate framing.
With flexible 1/4-in. drywall and a variety of bendable corner beads to choose from, creating the perfect curve is easier than ever.
Weather-resistant construction means this driveway gate will stand up to Rocky Mountain storms for years to come.
A nailing flange makes installation quick and easy; but pay attention to the details, or you'll never get the windows open.
Digging and pouring a foundation with the house suspended in the air require patience, great subs and a little sleight of hand.
Opinions differ on Kitchens & Baths I just received your first annual issue of Kitchens & Baths (FHB #127). It seems a bit arrogant to have a first “annual” issue…
Different label, different function
While one type of screw is easier to come by and use, the other provides a stronger joint
Great moments in building history: Even if you think of everything, there's probably something you've forgotten
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