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Hardware corrosion from PT lumber; upside-down beam design
A roundup of tools and materials found on the floor at JLC Live in Providence, R.I .
Making porch floorboards last; door-finishing jig; a simple tent
You can mill five sets of casing from a single sheet.
Fire-sprinkler costs reconsidered; epoxy for wood rot; credit-card commiseration; a vote for country of origin
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We installed untreated cedar shingles on the exterior walls of a vacation home in central Maryland. Now the owners are complaining that squirrels are eating the new siding. And the squirrels really are eating it - they're not just trying to get inside the house. Is there anything we can apply to...
Supporting an overhanging counter; quick tray ceiling; upside-down beam
Airtight construction and a thick layer of exterior foam save energy and reduce the risk of rot and mold.
Carefully shoring the entire structure allowed it to be repaired one section at a time.
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