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There are two good sources for designing frost-protected shallow foundations (FPSFs).
Reduced excavation and forming time make ICFs a cost-effective way to build a frost-protected slab-on-grade or crawlspace.
To eliminate the danger and discomfort of framing and shingling a roof, Lee McGinley takes the task to the ground.
Choosing insulation for a high-performance home in Northern Vermont requires thought and care. The right choice can make a huge difference in both comfort and cost efficiency.
Production processes done in the shop minimized material handling at the site and allowed the job to move forward in the shop while rain drenched the site.
These compact units provide the comfort and simplicity of baseboard radiators without gobbling up all the available wall space.
Foam forms hold the promise of an easily built, energy-efficient foundation — but there is a learning curve. A builder shares his first experience.
In a tight labor market, panelized construction offers high quality and speed with a small crew — even on large projects.
Contractor-built frameless cabinets
The decline in the quality of solid-sawn lumber has led manufacturers to develop a growing variety of engineered lumber substitutes. We look at some of the new materials that are finding their way on to residential job sites.
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