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The Journal takes a close-up look at the installation and performance of the new breed of shingle-over ridge vents.
A kitchen remodeler outlines how to choose bulbs and fixtures and where to place them to make your kitchens bright and functional.
A remodeler shares tips on how to remodel for the elderly and handicapped without spending a fortune.
A contractor tells how he detailed outdoor living space on a flat roof to protect the building below.
This $2 million remodeler tells how she maintains quality workmanship and good customer service with no tradesmen on payroll.
A framer gives a quick lesson on how to cut bevels for steep rake walls and special rafter details.
Q: I am working on a house with a leaky walk-out basement. The house is surrounded by a sidewalk on the three sides above the walkout, and water seems to be seeping through the control joints in the sidewalk into the basement. How can the joints be sealed to stop the leaks?
Q: I am remodeling in a development in which the houses all have mitered outside corners on beveled siding. How can I match this detail without inviting failure?
Q: What underlayment should I use under cedar shakes?
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