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How to make a custom storm door out of rot-resistant wood such as white oak or mahogany.
A wood shear panel for large openings made from Timberstrand LSL, the product can be trimmed on site by the installer.
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The new builder has lofty growth ambitions, made possible by its panelized construction process.
These shingles are squared and fastened to each other in 45-inch-long panels.
Jay Nuzzi, a New Jersey state trooper, had put off installing solar panels on his home here for years, deterred by the $70,000 it could cost.
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