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Dadoes and pocket screws make strong, tight joints, while pre-edged material saves labor.
A shower waterproofing system; storage solutions; toilets and bidets
Water heaters; cabinet hardware
A kitchen remodeler tells how he determines if cabinet refacing is a viable option, and how to ensure professional results.
Stone counters require meticulously planned cabinetry and sturdy support. A stone contractor tells what you need to know.
Pro-style gas ranges; vanities
Locating a fireplace in a family room with a TV
Resources for cabinetmakers, radiant heating products; kitchen faucets
Q. Can I use type X "fire code" gypsum board to reduce clearances to combustibles for a woodstove pipe? For example, could I attach a layer or two of gypsum board to the side or bottom of a nearby cabinet to reduce the required 18-inch clearance?
Applying square-foot costs, using job descriptions to train and motivate, tracking labor hours
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