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Plan for reroofing when installing step flashing and counterflashing on a stucco house
House on wrong lot; OSHA; I-joist roofs; home-performance contracting profitable where energy prices are high
Emailing proposals; strapping ceilings; caulking fiber-cement joints
Installing kitchen cabinets in plane, misclassifying workers, Lowe's lumber-sizing lawsuit
Joists in an old floor, repairing a concrete slab in an old floor, and more.
A reader writes in with concerns about safety on the job when working with forklifts
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Readers sound off about the International Residential Code, deck framing, recessed can covers, and more.
This thread from the JLC Forums discusses best practices for patching nail pops and small defects in drywall so that the patch doesn't telegraph through the finish coat of paint.
This thread from the JLC Forums offers tips for dealing with tiny bubbles appearing in joint compound.
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