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More stories about Cabinets

  • Remodeling for Accessibility

    Recently my Chicago-based construction company renovated a second-floor apartment in a 19-story building to make it more user-friendly for disabled and elderly residents.

  • Expanding a Kitchen

    We were wrapping up the latest in a series of renovation projects on a suburban Maryland split-level home when I casually mentioned to the owner that her Thanksgiving family gatherings would be a lot more enjoyable if her small kitchen weren't separated from the dining and living areas by a wall.

  • Waterproof Sink-Base Cabinet

    All it takes is one leaky pipe to turn a shiny new sink base cabinet into a pulpy mess.

  • Tight-Space Drill

    With LED lighting and a head length of only 3 3„4 inches, Milwaukee's M18 Cordless 3„8" Right-Angle Drill Driver might make life a bit easier for cabinet installers - or anyone who works in dark cramped quarters.

  • Coming to Grips with Remediation

  • Remodeling a Shotgun Flat

    A Chicago designer finds ingenious ways to squeeze more elbow room from a cramped footprint.

  • Cedar Closet Liner

    It's no myth that cedar can protect clothing from moths, says the maker of CedarSafe Natural ClosetLiner.

  • Formaldehyde-Free Hardwood Plywood Cabinets From Armstrong

    Armstrong. Origins cabinets are crafted with PureBond urea-formaldehyde-free hardwood plywood using the ESP-certified companys Genuine Allwood all-plywood construction. The Origins option is available with most styles, including Calibra, shown here in Bordeaux and honey. 800.228.1804...

  • Solar-Powered Jobsite Generator From Mobile Solar Systems

    Mobile Solar Systems. MS 100 solar-powered jobsite generators range from 9 kWh to 18 kWh of battery storage capacity, 0.95 kWh to 4.68 kWh production per day, and 1.1 kW to 3.5 kW of output power. The Wells Cargo trailers can be towed behind most four- or six-cylinder vehicles, and the products...

  • On the Job

    Reworking an island