Make a custom molding cutter to match the profile of old sash or other damaged trim
The right primer improves the look and longevity of a paint job.
Roll-out storage boosts capacity and utility.
One builder's plan yields Vermont's most energy-efficient house.
They're not all the same, so don't just grab the first one.
Yes, they're worth fixing. Those old windows were built better (and from better wood) than anything you can buy today.
Did you ever need power in the backyard? Here's how to get it.
A scratched door, a chipped tub, or a broken window can sour a project in a heartbeat.
Different designs, different materials, and different techniques all yield great results.
Do the math on a calculator so that you can concentrate on what's important: getting the rafters right.
It's the hottest thing on the market, but the installation is trickier than with ceramic tile.
Good article on insulation, but... I want to congratulate you on a great insulation article in the last issue (FHB #160, pp. 50-55), though I’m sure you must be getting…
The frugal type will love the low price of latex gloves while nitrile gloves will satisfy those looking for more dependable protection.
For simple projects, all you really need is plastic tubing and a bucket of clean water
Great moments in building history: An interesting method for chimney demolition
All you really need is a length of plastic tubing and a bucket of water
Not all tapes are created equal, so here are a few tips for making accurate measurements
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