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  • Restoring an Old Porch

    Solid piers, strengthened framing, and durable finish materials promise a long life for this rejuvenated beauty.

  • Siding With Cedar Shingles

    Install a tight weather barrier, choose top-quality shingles, and use smart production techniques.

  • A Short History Of Screws

    A long look back at the humble screw.

  • Weathertight Windows

    How a wet-climate builder details the layers to keep out the rain.

  • Reclaimed Old-Growth Oak Flooring

    Reclaimed Hardwood Flooring from HomerWood is milled from old-growth red and white oak salvaged from condemned barns.

  • Cedar Closet Liner

    It's no myth that cedar can protect clothing from moths, says the maker of CedarSafe Natural ClosetLiner.

  • Reclaimed Wood Flooring From HomerWood

    HomerWood. Reclaimed Hardwood flooring is crafted from slow-growth Appalachian timber from deconstructed barns in Ohio, Virginia, and Pennsylvania. The kiln-dried wood features character markings such as nail holes, cracks, and mineral streaks. It comes with the companys low-luster Oil Naturals...

  • Custom Doors From Stock Slabs

    Use applied moldings create the look of a custom door for a fraction of the cost.

  • Products

    Bendable trim; burn-resistant sheathing; color-coded spackling; fastener-free hardwood flooring; lightweight drywall; pullout microwave; more

  • Pure Plywood

    Like lead and asbestos, formaldehyde was long considered an unpleasant but irreplaceable part of the building process. But this known carcinogen finally appears to be on its way out.