Use a tape measure as a compass and thick plywood for wall plates.
When you have to take it all off, power tools and chemical strippers make quick work of a nasty job.
Layered levels of lighting and fixture placement go a long way toward giving this space a whole new look.
A seasoned pro walks you through the steps to healthy doors.
These lightweight powerhouses are better at driving screws than cordless driver/drills; here's why and which ones to buy.
You can't avoid these ugly, glass-domed gizmos, but you can hide them.
Airtight Attic Access
Hot air rises. And where does it go? It could be going right out the attic access in your house.
Reader Feedback: Issue 148, June/July 2002
Ever try an electronic stud finder? As a representative of the Zircon Corporation, I find it extremely frustrating to see a photo sidebar and several paragraphs about “How to Find…
Cordless Impact Drivers
If all you’ve ever used for driving screws is a cordless drill/driver, try one of these lightweight powerhouses and you'll never go back
Video Vault: Cut a Radius in Ceramic Tile With a Wet Saw
Although wet saws cut only straight lines, they still can be used to cut a radius.