The best way to deal with water is to let it drain away or dry out, and a gap of less than an inch behind the siding ensures both.
Factory-finished products mean less work on site, but they demand a more careful installation.
The price you pay for these reciprocating-saw blades doesn’t necessarily correspond to the performance you get.
A thoughtful plan is the key to minimizing waste and maximizing profit.
These cold-weather windows are new to our shores and perform well, but some lesser known North American products may be just as good.
A remodeled ranch stays in the same footprint, but gains a master suite and a passive-cooling strategy.
A long cabinet with traditional joinery and improvised details replaces a traditional stairwell railing.
It has meant drought in some parts of the country, and nothing more than low-flow fixtures in others. The fact is, the nation’s growing water crisis is changing the houses we build.
What's the difference?
Choose the right bristle shape, ferrule type, and handle style to match the demands of your paint job.
Overlay or inset, the tricky part is boring the 35 mm hole. Here are two ways to get it right.
An arched opening, door, and drywall make an elegant and space-saving transition.
Small kitchens can layer storage options while big kitchens should limit storage options.
This energy smart detail will increase R-value and prevent condensation.
Marianne Cusato won acclaim for her design of one of the compact and affordable Katrina Cottages. She recently unveiled her New Economy Home, an adaptable, energy-efficient 1800-sq.-ft. house.
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