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The five-year-old house looked fine until they opened up a wall and discovered severe decay. A year later, the building was torn down. Here are the lessons learned.
A finish contractor shows how to satisfy Classical or Victorian tastes using off-the-shelf moldings and a little imagination.
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The Journal tests a new type of wall-board that manufacturers promise will revolutionize the industry.
Originally developed to comply with solvent regs, water-based finishes are now winning converts. A flooring contractor tells how to make them work.
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Q: We are planning to build on a site with fine sand and silt soil. Code requires a foundation depth of at least 2 feet, but during the summer the water table rises to within 2 feet of the surface because of the irrigation of adjacent fields. How should the footing be designed to prevent possible...
Q: What is the typical drying time for wet-spray cellulose insulation? What happens if the insulation freezes before it dries? Will it dry after it warms up in the spring?
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