These precased doors are quick to install and allow variations in wall thicknesses.
The type you choose affects not just strength, but also cost, energy efficiency, and drywall cracking.
Elements from different eras combine for a comfortable kitchen that looks like it evolved over the past 120 years.
Here's a look at six tools that bore holes up to 1 in. but also chip concrete and even bore large holes in wood.
Building strategies that may save your house from wildfire.
A temporary form and laminated plywood stringers make building these stairs easier than you might think.
Going up instead of out makes the most of a steep lot, keeps the footprint small, and captures an incredible view.
There's no better way to prepare a house for painting, but be careful you're not doing more harm than good.
Today's products adhere better, stretch farther, and last longer, but choosing the best one is harder than ever.
A seasoned plumber shows you how to keep it simple—and safe.
Turn your ordinary icebox into a stylish focal point.
Simple instructions to ensure that your molding will still match when it meets the corners of a vaulted ceiling.
Home building is an art form I just received your February/March 2004 issue (FHB #161), and I was surprised by two letters: “Nobody needs a $10,000 sink” from Alan Amenta…
A pro plumber shows you how to keep it simple—and safe.
Great moments in building history: Flights on rainy nights are a bit of a downer
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