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Flashing windows is not just for new construction. Here are details on how to help prevent window leaks when working around the major types of siding.
Should make it easier to flash electrical boxes and other penetrations.
The worst dry-rot damage usually occurs where drains and scuppers penetrate a deck. Here’s how to avoid it.
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Upgrading the trim on a vintage home such as this one gives an old doorway a new life.
A guide to selecting and installing rigid foam on walls.
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This 17-mil polyethylene material makes quick work of flashing pipe penetrations.
Make sure you get the water-management details right the first time around
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