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Q: I will be installing a 40-ft. length of wood gutter on a historic house. Can you provide details for joining gutter sections, end capping, and installing the outlets?
Q: We are restoring a 19th-century Victorian home with a painted brick exterior. The client wants to remove the six or more existing layers of paint, down to the natural brick. What is the best way to remove the paint without destroying the brick or morta
Guide to corporate paperwork, masonry reference, historic restoration resources
Simple exterior details that increase curb appeal
Basic business guide, contract-writing help, construction drawing primer, engineering basics, electrical references
Documenting your work with photos
Guide to Victorian renovations, residential window update
Managing better with job controls
Thorough contracts protect both builder and client
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