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Weatherproof Moldings ~ Lighter Fiber Cement ~ Impervious Siding ~
Prefabricating the paneled sections on the floor speeds installation.
Use this layout technique to make radiused crown on site.
Painstaking layout made it possible to build this lighthouse stair with standard framing tools
Pocket-screw joinery and specialty moldings transform a site-built mantel into high-end millwork.
There's no question that a porch looks and feels best when all of its components relate to the rest of the house's design. In an earlier column, we focused on how porch guardrails can complement a home (5/06); here, we'll talk about ways that porch columns, posts, and piers can do the same.
At my remodeling company, we rely on many forms and checklists to run our jobs. The one we use most is our quality-control checklist.
Making parts and preassembling them in the shop cuts days off the trim schedule.
Any time you use shingles as siding, you face an array of design decisions: Should you weave the corners or use corner boards? Should you use patterns — and if so, where, and which ones? Would a shingle flare or bow be appropriate?
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