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Unnecessary roof venting; dangers of thin plywood paneling; no freebies; more
Wainscoting for wavy walls; homemade dispensers
Testing spray-foam jobs; ridge beams and collar ties; safety reminder; more
Panasonic lithium-ion drivers; Festool TS 75 EQ; FatMax sawhorses; finish carpentry; drywal
Skim-coating the walls with setting compound is easier than starting from scratch.
Prefabricating the paneled sections on the floor speeds installation.
Q: When installing painted steel roofing, is it necessary to coat the edges of cut panels in order to prevent rust?
Upgrading service equipment increases safety and load capacity while bringing the house up to code.
Q: We recently completed the remodel of a 1970s relic complete with dark paneling and shag carpet. In some areas, the homeowner acquiesced and allowed us to apply new 1/2-inch drywall over the old paneling, while in other areas we simply painted over it.
Pocket-screw joinery and specialty moldings transform a site-built mantel into high-end millwork.
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