34 steps to building cut-stringer stairs.
Make the right design choices, and you'll have an outdoor room you can enjoy without battling the bugs.
A plywood core makes engineered flooring the most stable choice, provided the slab is flat and dry
Today's handsaws cut all kinds of material with renewed comfort, control, and durability.
Whether it's four steps or four flights, the framing basics for safe, comfortable stairs are the same.
Easy to install, these programmable gizmos can save money and keep you comfortable.
Thanks to interlocking foam forms, you can form, pour, and insulate any small foundation in a single day.
Perfect for tight spaces, these sinks are painless to install if you follow a few basic guidelines.
Accurate site work and a well-compacted stone base yield an outdoor room that's firm, flat, and attractive.
Shop vacuums and sparks are a dangerous combination In the latest issue (FHB #169, “Tips & Techniques,” p. 30), David Crosby suggests using a shop vacuum while grinding tile and…
For small, quick jobs where a power saw wouldn't make sense, you'll need to know the proper use of this carpentry staple.
Great moments in building history: When it was all over, it lay in wait to wreak havoc on another innocent homeowner
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