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Fire codes, fire cuts, fire walls, fire stops, draft stops, and almost everything else you ought to know about building safe houses.
A survey of the options, costs, and construction details to look for in pre-built stairs.
Remedies for the age-old problems of peeling, blistering, and bleeding-through of paint.
A tortured tale of fine craftsmanship and bad business planning—with plenty of 20/20 hindsight.
An installer/consultant situated in southern Vermont, Gottlieb describes the typical home photovoltaic system, and the most efficient ways to use the electricity it produces.
Many stressed-skin roofs have joint lines that “ telegraph” up through the roofing. Here are a few theories why—and one solution.
How to lift a 40-foot-long roof, add a second story, and put it all back together in a day’s work.
In the first of a three-part series on structural basics, designer Paul Hanke lays out the fundamentals of engineering residential foundations.
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