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If you build or remodel homes for a living you've definitely encountered times when the crews didn't have enough power. Here's how we bring a portable power panel to our jobs to get everyone connected.
Windows are typically 1/5 or even 1/10 the insulation value of your walls/roof so even minute differences in window grade can make a large long-term impact to your energy usage.
This breathable peel & stick membrane serves as a weather & air barrier all in one.
The most common choice for hardwoods in the houses I build has been white oak, so when I found out the architect had specified Mesquite, I knew I needed to video the process.
I've used alot of waterborne floor finishes over the years but my favorites are the ones made by BONA.
In my quest to build ever tighter houses I've decided that my goal is for every house I build to get as close to 1ACH50 as possible. To reach that goal, I've decided to take a page from the PassiveHouse playbook and tape my exterior sheathing seams.
If you've ever installed a Clothes Dryer you know that the vent at the back is in jeopardy of being pinched off the second you push the unit back into place.
the house we are building has alot of board formed concrete walls. I thought I'd shoot a video showing the craftsmanship that goes into these exposed architectural walls.
My team completed this remodel of a 1930's house this past year and it had several fun hidden doors inside.
If you have hard water and use a tankless water heater, sooner or later you will need to flush your unit.
Have you ever seen a house that was framed with Thermoply sheathing?
A 20 minute version of my HVAC presentation to the AIA Austin Chapter in August 2013.
How the new insulation codes affect a house using spray foam
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