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Here’s a painless introduction to the sometimes bewildering world of debits, credits, and double-entry accounting.
Adding small dormers is a classic remodeling job. With the right techniques, a two-man crew can frame, sheathe, and close in a dormer in one day.
Wood flooring can “warm up” a cold concrete slab — but moisture is an ever-present concern. A leading flooring expert shows how his system of vapor barriers and a floating plywood subfloor produces a perfect job every time.
Take a tour with a master plumber as he makes the rounds of the twelve most common plumbing repairs.
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Drainage details, valley rafters, home inspectors disagree on ethics
Non-toxic treated wood, phone-in comp claims save money, more termite bashing
Q: What type of clear finish do you recommend for exterior siding?
Q: What’s the best way to cut through a concrete wall? A concrete saw won’t cut all the way through an 8-inch foundation wall. We’ve even tried suspending a jackhammer from the floor joists, but this is awkward at best and leaves a ragged edge.
Choosing the right hvac system
Use profit, not volume, to measure success
When contractors are liable for employees’ off-site behavior
Software suites: many programs working as one
Insulating around recessed lights
New cooktop technologies offer greater control
Adjustable steel jambs, three-in-one roof panels, reversible kitchen sink, flexible moldings
Careless backfilling can cause cracked and bowed walls, unsightly settlement, and basement leaks. Here’s how to avoid costly repairs and do the job right.
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