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We were wrapping up the latest in a series of renovation projects on a suburban Maryland split-level home when I casually mentioned to the owner that her Thanksgiving family gatherings would be a lot more enjoyable if her small kitchen weren't separated from the dining and living areas by a wall.
Kett recently upgraded its AN3000 nibbler.
Weatherizing older homes is hard, isolating, and often thankless work.
A sampling of the tools and materials on exhibit at JLC Live in Providence, R.I.
As the owners of a San Clemente, Calif., specialty painting company called Rags 2 Rich's, husband-and-wife team Rich Howe and Cindy Miller do a wide range of faux-finish work, including convincing renderings of masonry, plaster, and marble.
Look for a gun that toenails well and can consistently set fasteners in dense material.
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.
The Skyline Series Enclosure features 3/8-inch-thick glass, recessed finger pulls, and - best of all - no metal surroundings.
A horizontal beam and steel tie rods resist rafter thrust with little disruption to the rest of the structure.
Properly maintained, this elastomeric coating can protect a metal roof indefinitely.
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