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Precise backing, flexible moldings, and a lot of patience got the job done.
Prefabricating the paneled sections on the floor speeds installation.
Closed-cell polyurethane foam provides the insulation, air barrier, and vapor retarder necessary for an unvented attic assembly.
Building in the Danger Zone
This simple rooftop unit was built in the shop and lifted into place with a crane.
To simplify the layout, think in terms of a hip roof.
As usual, there are no hard and fast rules, just a framework of context to guide your trim design decisions.
This production-oriented method greatly speeds this common ceiling treatment without sacrificing construction quality or aesthetics.
A finish carpenter describes the pros and cons of four techniques for installing crown molding on a cathedral or vaulted ceiling.
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