Issue 252 – June/July 2015
Create a handsome pergola with rough-sawn cedar and readily available hardware.
This traditional, Shaker-inspired bathroom vanity is easily achieved with straightforward building materials and common power tools.
A new home embraces zero-energy living while respecting its historic neighbors.
The basic setup, operation, and maintenance of this versatile, labor-saving tool is a lot easier than you think.
They’re a good start, but keeping your house dry and free of rot may require more than just drainage.
This leak-free approach begins with an impenetrable corner detail.
When carpenter Matt Parker was asked how he came up with the design for this six-sided, red-cedar gazebo, he replied, “I was at a point in my life when the…
What is the Difference
Outdoor Grilling Stations
Outdoor spaces such as decks and patios are much more attractive gathering places when they include a grilling area.
How it Works
Energy Smart Details
Creating a Sealed Crawlspace
Properly designed unvented crawlspaces have a number of advantages compared to vented crawlspaces.
Steve Thomas: Navigator
The former This Old House host now helps guide people through the world of renovation and home building as a partner with Habitat for Humanity.
How to Build Your Own Bathroom Vanity
Step-by-step instructions on building an attractive bathroom vanity
Maximize the small footprint of your bathroom with our best small-bathroom ideas. This slide show is full of inspirational photos to help your small bath realize its fullest potential.
Ask the Experts
Running pipes through joists
Draining a basement clothes washer
When is an 18v battery a 20v battery?
Insulating a Wall in an Old House