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They’ve stood empty and half-finished since 2006. Now, the county is ready to tear the houses down.
Q: Can stainless steel tie wire be used with standard rebar?
Trade professionals often talk about 'the right tool for the job.' When it comes to cutting and bending rebar, Rod Chomper's hydraulically operated RCBE-6 is that tool.
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Before adding new living space above an existing garage, make sure the footings can handle the load.
Slick pocket-door trick; smooth tube piers
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A veteran contractor shares his method of repairing damaged foundations with tension rods and concrete deadmen.
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