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Square wood forms knocked together from scrap lumber put piers in the right place and at the right height.
Though it doesn't replace a corded saw for production work, it is handy to have around for smaller jobs.
These two new cordless circular saws claim to wed corded performance with cordless convenience.
Several cordless finish nailers substitute flywheel power for internal combustion, but DeWalt's DCN690 and DCN692 are the first framing nailers to do so.
With careful layout, placing sills directly into the wet concrete can save time.
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