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A short time ago, a remodeler hired me to solve a dispute he had with a customer. He had been building an addition, and when he began framing the walls he discovered that the foundation slab was out of square. The concrete sub owned up to the mistake, and at no charge to the customer fixed the...
Use PVC trim to create a durable version of this classic cornice.
Precise backing, flexible moldings, and a lot of patience got the job done.
Building fire-resistive eaves; drywall butt joints and code; making arched panel molding
A high-quality angle grinder makes quick work of intricate copes in hardwood crown.
Stainless Connectors ~ No Math, No Fuss ~ Cellular-PVC Crown ~ Faux Ipe ~ Gutter Appeal ~ Dormer Kits
This straightforward approach combines basic shop methods with simple site joinery to create an elegant frame-and-panel archway.
Q: We have a client who would like interior door hinges that are totally hidden when the door is closed. Are there any hidden hinges available that are relatively easy to install and have some adjustability?
As a union carpenter, T.J. Baker works on large, complicated structures like baseball stadiums, computer-chip factories, and high-rise hotels. So what does he do in his spare time? The same thing most carpenters do: He remodels his house.
Wainscoting for wavy walls; homemade dispensers
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