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Not enough room for a full sheet of sheathing on each side of the garage door? Here's how to develop the required lateral bracing with end panels as narrow as 16 inches.
A Rhode Island builder uses an I-joist layout grid to ensure accurate layout of the column piers for a complex porch.
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A high-end remodeler describes his simple system for protecting existing surfaces and new work with hardboard, tape, plastic sheeting, and other inexpensive materials.
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Locating vents away from soffits, top-down roofing, wormdrive saws, building paper recommendation, ASHRAE 62.2
Wood and steel prices, prosecuting unintentional code violations, slimmed-down energy bill, using tires in septic fields
Q. Fiber-cement siding comes primed. Can I go straight to a top coat? What's the best paint to use?
Q. I am renovating a barn where the existing concrete floor slopes approximately 6 inches in 30 feet. The architect wants me to build a level floor using wood sleepers with foam insulation in between, then pour a minimum 11/2-inch-thick radiant slab betwe
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All stairs, from the humblest flight of cellar stairs to the most elegant curved entryway stairs, share the same broad functional requirements: to provide safe and comfortable passage from one level of a house to another.
Applying square-foot costs, using job descriptions to train and motivate, tracking labor hours
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Bath fittings; lighting
Dryer vent alternative, sturdy gutter; acid-staining garage floors; specialty hardware; soffits & fascia; hvac controls
PC router kit, Festool jigsaw; high-tech tools; roofing tools
New remodeler's specialty — repairing meteorite damage
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