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Roe Osborn admires the fine quality (and eclectic) interior details found in this historic Cape Cod mansion.
Some of the best-quality lumber can be found in old school gymnasiums.
Fabricating parts on the ground or in the shop saves time and improves quality.
No priming or painting is needed for this smooth material
Techniques developed over the course of 25 years on the job take the place of a helper.
Two new products help save labor on exterior trim installations
The new FinishPro 21LXP fires slight-head pins from 5/8 inch to 2 inches long and has a lock-out mechanism to prevent dry-firing.
Specially designed hardware lets installers switch out wood balusters in favor of iron without removing the handrail
Add decorative corbels more easily using this hardware solution.
For fine woodworking, having control over the flatness and stability of the wood is paramount.
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