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  • Working With Wormdrive Saws

    A look at what's new in Bosch and Skil wormdrive saws.

  • To Improve the Energy Performance of Walls, Look at Total R-Value

    Today’s builders are learning to mitigate thermal bridging by using alternative framing techniques, continuous exterior rigid foam products, or both.

  • New FatMax Tools

    Stanley has introduced several innovative hand tools lately, including the FatMax 17-ounce Anti-Vibe Framing Hammer and 25-foot Auto-Locking Tape Rule.

  • The Ultimate Tool Factory Tour: Leatherman

    Tools of the Trade editor Dave Frane got an exclusive guided tour of the Leatherman factory in Portland, Ore., where they make the popular all-purpose multi-tools. Here's a link to Dave's multi-media slideshow and video report.

  • Windfall Lumber Black Walnut End-Grain Countertops

    These countertops are made by fusing the end pieces of wood strips. Colors range from creamy white to light brown and dark chocolate brown.

  • Damage From Roof Moss

    That green growth on your roof might be causing expensive damage to many parts of your home.

  • Troubleshooting a Kitchen Remodel

    Twists and turns in a complex kitchen installation call for constant problem-solving and a little luck

  • Ductless Heat Pumps

    These easily installed units offer flexible sizing and high efficiency at moderate cost.

  • Commendable Achievement, Whole Building - John E. Jaqua Academic Center for Student Athletes, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.

    The Jaqua Center, designed specifically to address the academic needs of student athletes, creates a unique learning environment in which the athletes can succeed on and off the field.

  • AL LED Spring 2011