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Some years ago, Mogensen bought a nice lot in Waukesha, Wis. — a two-acre plot surrounded by town parks and conservation land, the last undeveloped free spot in the area. He planned to build himself a home there. But when he started to excavate, he hit rock 2 feet down. Lots of rock.
A veteran masonry contractor describes how he built a series of stone arches below a wood-framed terrace.
Painting popcorn ceilings, repairing a stone foundation, garage floor finishes, cracked manufactured stone
A Colorado builder explains how he poured a new foundation well around the existing one to provide support and a smooth surface for waterproofing.
Laminate countertop edge options
A durable job depends on using the right mortar, anchoring the stone to the concrete, and providing weep holes for water that penetrates the veneer.
A custom builder and remodeler describes how her crew cut and laid a sandstone floor.
Products from the 2001 K&B Industry Show
The solid-surfacing industry is changing fast as more manufacturers enter the market. Here’s an update of new product choices, plus a review of tools designed specifically for solid-surface fabrication.
Using quoins to add visual appeal to brick facades
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