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All-terrain material cart; transforming a fireplace
A finish carpenter shares his inspiration and know-how for an elegant transformation of a fireplace opening.
I do quite a bit of siding rehab work, much of it on relatively new houses.
When artist-renovator Doug Hopkins arrived at the kitchen and bath phase of his first remodeling project, he decided to make his own decorative tiles for the showers, baths, kitchen counters, and wood-stove surrounds.
Q: I have to build a framed chase for a gas fireplace's 6-inch vent pipe. What's the best way to finish the top of the chase? I had planned to use a metal cap, but I've noticed that a lot of these caps tend to be rusted.
Two summers ago I received a call from some homeowners who wanted to remodel their kitchen and, as part of the project, remove a brick chimney that ran up through the center of the house.
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Leak-free chimney; stainless steel screws and copper; subslab vapor-barrier details; credit card warning
A downslope chimney without a diverter is guaranteed to leak.
Traditional methods and materials prevent leaks for the life of the structure.
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