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Low-slope roofs can be leak-prone, especially in snow country. A New York State remodeler explains how he installed a self-adhesive membrane to protect the living space under a nearly flat roof.
We sent two JLC editors to the show to research what’s new in the world of tools and equipment. Here’s the report from Dave Crosby.
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Q: Are sound-control batts any different from regular fiberglass batts?
Q: I have been asked to determine the cause of black shadow marks on a cathedral ceiling in a new home. The black marks correspond to the bottom sections of the rafters, near where the rafters meet the wall. The black shadows do not resemble stains from water leaks. There is a gas fireplace on one...
Q: Should peel-and-stick eaves membrane be installed over or under the drip edge?
Q: While renovating a home in New Jersey, I found a fungus-like growth a few inches long growing between the tile floor and the base molding in the bathroom. The house is on a concrete slab. Is there anywhere I can have this growth tested to see if it is poria?
Q: I am currently building a barn and am looking for some old-fashioned barn door hinges. Do you know any sources for wrought-iron strap hinges with character?
Using quoins to add visual appeal to brick facades
Gaining satisfied customers
Understanding implied warranties
Creating a spreadsheet template for change orders
Books on lighting design
Extra-wide entry door; self-stick roofing; circuit breaker finder; roll-out cargo bed for pickups; aluminum columns; ladder rung extender; more
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