Maybe, but other types of insulation offer installation advantages that make them more reliable.
Whether it's the floor of a big house or a small addition, an accurate layout promotes smooth installation.
Knowing where to place the shims is half the battle.
It's easy to work with, but you've still got to choose the right fittings and follow some basic rules.
Three building systems, each with its own advantages, combine to create a traditional-looking Washington home.
The EPA is banning CCA lumber. The replacements are safer, but they may change how you build a deck.
Safe to use and inexpensive to build, here's an alternative to ladders, pump jacks, and rented scaffolding
Remove the sashes to lighten the window, and use a temporary support as an extra pair of hands.
A well-equipped router is an indispensable tool for trim work, but which type and which accessories are right for you?
Learn from a pro tilesetter how to remove an old bathtub and replace it with a custom tile shower.
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When you lack headroom and a helper, the best way to erect a wall is piece by piece
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