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A behind-the-scenes look at the materials and methods used in making high-performance tilt-and-turn windows.
A wood shear panel for large openings made from Timberstrand LSL, the product can be trimmed on site by the installer.
Available in 10 standard colors, the faces of this decorative vinyl siding are molded with a cedar texture and other eye-catching details.
Marvin’s newest window and door styles include doors with narrower stiles and rails, as well as more glass.
This multifunctional door has impact glass, multi-point locking hardware, and a stepped wood sill to shed water.
Most of the time soffit venting is done wrong. In this three-part JLC-Live video, Peter Heard explains how to do it right.
In general, you are always better to cap your parapet walls with metal rather than stucco'ing over them. But, what if your client or doesn't want that look?
Comparing the performance of a cellulose-insulated double wall against the same wall insulated with two different thicknesses of low-density open-cell spray foam.
Risinger’s recent video sparks a debate about Tyvek, and a reader takes issue with foam-slicing saws.
When it comes to laying out a complex foundation, attention to detail makes the rest of the house easier to frame.
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