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Are the wood stoves allowed under the EPA's proposed wood smoke plan too costly? Depends on how you calculate the cost.
A coastal Massachusetts home, repeatedly rebuilt with insurance money after damaging floods, draws criticism as an example of what’s wrong with U.S. flood policy.
Contractors weigh in on the advantages of helical piles over concrete tubes,in this thread from 2012.
In my fifteen years as a carpenter, I know that I struggled to keep myself warm working outside in the cold weather.
The best remedy for a sagging out-of-level floor is putting in new LVL joists and engineered subfloor.
I discovered one of the most dynamic and energetic groups of like-minded business people I’d ever encountered.
As work heats up along U.S. coastlines to meet new flood elevations,contractors are jumping in to get new work elevating houses. Reports of dropped houses abound, but one Long Island builder has figured out how to do it right.
My New Year’s resolution for 2014 — besides writing a blog entry every week — is to finish the studio/gallery in my barn in time for Spring.
The basic FastCap Pro model has no wheels and comes with one continuous 64-inch wing with a metric or imperial scale and a flip stop. The rest of the stands have four wheels for better mobility, and include a variety of accessories.
A guide to selecting and installing rigid foam on walls.
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