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New engineered-lumber cores have cut the cost and improved the stability of raised-panel doors. Here’s an overview.
We evaluate an assortment of today’s safety products and ponder the age-old question: Can safety products actually look cool?
We sent two JLC editors to the show to research what’s new in the world of tools and equipment. Here’s the report from Dave Crosby.
The solid-surfacing industry is changing fast as more manufacturers enter the market. Here’s an update of new product choices, plus a review of tools designed specifically for solid-surface fabrication.
We sent the new reciprocating saws out into the field to see how they performed. Here’s how a group of veteran remodelers rated the saws for a variety of tasks.
Q: Do steel-framed homes have special requirements for electrical grounding?
Q: After installing an EPDM roof, I noticed that there are a few air bubbles under the roofing. Is this a problem? If so, is there any remedy?
We take a look at the key differences between housewrap, asphalt felt, and kraft building paper to help you make the right choice.
Teardowns becoming a trend; window problems in high altitudes; curved logs making it through the mills; prefab housing update; women in the trades; more
Private-sector building inspectors; window makers avoid installer certification; FEMA report highlights garage doors in tornado failures; polyiso boards found shrinking on the job; SIPS used for Arctic shelter; more
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