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Fabricating parts on the ground or in the shop saves time and improves quality.
Working efficiently ensures durability and profitability.
Bring it in house to make sure it’s done right the first time
Chicago-based window and siding contractor, Greg Burnet, shares tips and techniques, and provides insight into the tools that work for efficiently siding homes.
Increasing speed while maintaining accuray is the name of the game for efficiently cutting siding boards to length
The key to becoming efficient and profitable on siding jobs lies in how well you set up the job, and how quickly and accurately you can estimate it.
In a final series of videos, Greg Burnet runs down some of the gigs and tools he uses to efficiently install horizontal siding.
For fine woodworking, having control over the flatness and stability of the wood is paramount.
A template simplifies the math for the hybrid frame.
An organized work vehicle can save you a ton of time and effort, and it might even double as a portable workplace.
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