PVC extrusions offer low cost, low maintenance and thermal performance that rivals wood.
On steeply pitched roofs, working from the ridge down is faster, safer and easier on the shingles.
Maintaining historical proportions and details makes a big, modern house look like a traditional New England colonial.
Builder John Spier shows how to measure, mark, and cut molding for perfect miters, copes, and scarfs when installing this fundamental trim element.
An electrician describes what kinds to get, where to put them and how to wire them to save lives and homes.
Top-grade lumber, clever joinery and some unexpected materials take the place of the traditional stuff on this Oregon deck.
Urban infill jazzes up a neighborhood and makes good use of recycled timbers.
A carefully constructed mold is the key to creating a beautiful kitchen counter from everyday materials.
A hidden steel frame supports the roof and keeps this bandylegged structure on its feet.
A bale of errors I wish to alert your editorial staff to the misuse of some common words in your last issue (FHB #145). I first noted an error in…
Due to more than 41,000 fires a year caused by electrical arcing, the use of AFCIs is a necessity
Great moments in building history: All's well that ends well
A simple jig and a couple of pattern blocks reduce the risk of cutting at the wrong angle
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