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With detailed planning and a few specialized tools, Craftsman-style wood paneling can be created on a production schedule and moderate budget.
A finish contractor shares his production techniques for cutting and installing crown.
A finish carpenter tells how he used composite and plastic materials to provide low-maintenance exterior details on a period house.
A veteran finish carpenter assesses fully automatic self-leveling lasers as well as some that require an initial manual leveling and some that rely entirely on manual leveling.
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Dripless caulking guns
In this hands-on comparison, a finish carpenter reviews laser tools designed for interior layout, focusing on non-rotating self-leveling lasers that cost less than $600.
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