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Skepticism greets California’s green-building code; a closer look at green paints; Hitachi recalls coil framing nailers after injuries; more
A Level 5 finish may prevent callbacks in areas of high visibility, but it's not always necessary.
Safe installation of basement water heaters; galvanized pipe for gas; painting old porch floors
Does composite trim have to be prepped and primed like wood, or can it simply be painted? And what kind of paint should I use?
Drywall shim on a roll; truss spacer; replacement sliders; zero-VOC primer/stain-blocker; heavy-duty garage doors; more
Making porch floorboards last; door-finishing jig; a simple tent
If you plan to work on pre-1978 houses, you’ll need certification by April 2010.
The stucco siding on my client's recently remodeled home has developed some small cracks. My stucco sub wants to patch them with plastic stucco cement and then prime the walls with latex mortar primer, but I'm afraid the problem will resurface. Is there a better way to fix hairline cracks?
Last year one of my remodeling projects involved stripping the paint off a large area of wood siding.
We had to cut a few glass tiles to complete a backsplash. Even though we used a diamond glass blade in our tile saw, fine chips are visible on the cut edges. What's the trick to cutting glass tile?
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