Sliding or hinged, big panes or multilite, these glass doors should be built to withstand the elements as well as years of abuse.
Blame it on sloppy framing or lousy lumber, but many stud walls need some remedial work before the drywall goes on.
Fascias, rakes, soffits and corner boards aren't scrutinized like interior woodwork, but they still have to look good and stand up to weather.
Yes, recycled lumber and plantation-grown lumber cost more, but designing smaller houses, orienting them for solar gain and minimizing job-site waste don't.
Ground-source heat pumps rely on buried water loops to heat and cool efficiently and economically.
Simple to build and more attractive than plywood, these shutters are also easy to secure when the big one is closing in.
With a curving roof and Craftsman-style detailing, this modern house is designed with engineered framing and an eye on expansion.
Revolving shelves on heavy-duty carousel hardware make the most of a kitchen corner.
Fake isn’t fine I will not be renewing my Fine Homebuilding subscription. Here’s why. I was appalled by your article on fake, stick-on stone in the April/May issue (FHB #130,…
When choosing your deck screws, keep in mind where they're being used and how long you need them to last
Great moments in building history: Sometimes all it takes is the swift kick of a window
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