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Clear glass enclosures make bathrooms look larger and show off the fancy tile work in the shower. Here’s a look at what’s available in mid-priced to high-end units.
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Laying subfloor correctly, receptacle wiring
EPA’s radon assessment questioned, federal “dig-safe” law likely, liquid sand and gravel
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Q: In our remodeling business, we often demolish plaster and drywall in old homes, and find that the dust and fine abrasives work through just about everything we put down on the floor. What method do you recommend for protecting floors? Also, do you have any recommendations for a shop vac that...
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Year-end tax tips
What to do if you’re sued
Quick and easy notetaking software
Strong railing post attachments
Residential hvac primer, field guide to house styles
Dump-bed retrofit for pickups, digital deadbolt, no-itch fiberglass batts
Better cordless saws
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