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If you're not sold on the nails-and-string method, try this one.
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The correct hinge and clever carpentry make a closet door disappear into the woodwork.
How to make a custom storm door out of rot-resistant wood such as white oak or mahogany.
Strapping serves many purposes both for framers, as well as for many of the subs who follow.
Including the overmantel and pediment, the woodwork around this fireplace is more than 12 feet high.
A former summer camp whose design came straight from the funny pages gets a new life as a museum.
This unique newel and railing system was custom built on site from stock parts.
Taking portable toilets to a whole new level.
This follow-up article to "Mudsill Layout for a Complex Foundation" describes techniques for framing the first-floor deck.
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