Three days’ work and $600 in materials save this deck from a catastrophic ending.
Better glass means you now can use skylights with less energy waste
This versatile knockdown design sets up quickly and stores flat.
The part is small and complex, and must be carved by hand
Know what your insurance covers and what it doesn’t—before disaster strikes
Add a custom touch where your roof needs a little support.
Fifteen minutes after they closed on their new home, Pat and Dan Miller took a hammer to the stucco on the front porch. Certain that the prairie-style porch was an…
Learn the difference between tinners and aviation snips for cutting ducts and flashing.
While it's good practice to order a prehung exterior door cut to fit from the lumberyard, it's easy enough to shorten the unit yourself. In this "Building Skills" article, senior…
Ongoing research has taught specialists how high winds find the weak points in houses, so you can make your house as safe as possible from windstorms.
This timber-frame pool pavilion has its own guest entry and distinct areas for cooking, dining, and relaxing.
Use spray foam or rigid foam to insulate and air-seal this commonly ignored part of the house
A year after superstorm Sandy, this Long Island building educator reflects on the cleanup and recovery from this devastating storm.
Architect Katie Hutchison provides three examples on how to make cathedral ceilings fit the space.
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