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  • Columbus, Ohio: City Fights Back Against Blight

    Mayor Michael Coleman this year announced a new $25 million neighborhood revitalization initiative called Home Again.

  • REGIONAL NEWS

    Columbus, Ohio – The Ohio Housing Finance Agency approved more than $14.8 million to help acquire, rehabilitate, and/or construct 379 units of rental housing and 46 single-family homes for moderate- and low-income families.

  • OCCH passes $1 billion mark in equity raised

    Columbus, Ohio — The Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH) said that it has raised more than $1 billion in equity for affordable housing developments in the state of Ohio, a goal it reached after closing the $157 million Ohio Equity Fund for Housing

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    Mold and technique, necessity of building paper, flashlight recommendation

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    Insulation upgrades, shingles claim leaves no satisfaction, lumber grading, hidden deck fasteners, pullout step stools, drywall clips

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    Glue facts a sticking point; handle glass block with care; OSBswelling test questioned

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    Building trades a good career choice; eaves membrane detail questioned; handheld penetrometer sources; more

  • Q&A: Patching Stucco

    Q: When making a patch in stucco, is it possible to use hydraulic cement or a fast-setting cement for the first couple of layers so that the patch can be completed in one day?

  • Working With Manufactured Stone

    As a veneer on exterior walls or masonry chimneys, manmade stone looks like the real thing, but without the weight and the cost.

  • Getting Started With Brick Veneer

    A brick expert explains what to watch out for when contracting a brick veneer job, from flashing and weep details to properly cleaning the brick at the end of the job.