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LVLs in crawlspaces; insulating knee walls; taping knee walls; limits on outlets
We compare seven popular thickness planers for cutting capacity, power, quality of cut, portability, and noise output. Here's how they stack up.
Forget the separate air barrier, and hold the vapor retarder: Sprayed-in-place polyurethane foam takes the place of both and offers increased structural stiffness as well as other benefits
The newest 10-inch job-site table saws combine the rip capacity of contractor models with the portability of 81/4-inch machines. JLC compares seven models.
Fixed-base routers now come with variable-speed switches, soft-start, and precision depth control. Here's a review of available models.
JLC put ten drills through their paces to compare power, run-time, weight, and balance.
Why settle for the standard gray stuff? Today's concrete can be treated to resemble more expensive materials like flagstone and tile or to produce unique abstract effects.
Q. I need to build three pairs of swinging barn doors to fit 8x7 openings. I'm looking for suggestions for a lightweight but sturdy door that won't fall apart. My approach was a sheet of 3/4-inch mdo with an applied 5/4 stile-and-rail effect. My main conc
We survey the major types of foundation waterproofing, from spray-on to peel-and-stick membranes.
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