Animal Hospital Rehab
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Tiling a Deck
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A Passive House Consultant's Toolkit
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A hybrid of painting and sculpture, Andrew Myers' portraits use screw heads to create remarkable artwork.
ErgoMek Drill Boss
This rig holds one or more rotary hammers and isdesigned to boost productivity...
Soundproofing Outdoor Generators and Condensers
Special mounts, acoustic blankets, and properly sized barriers are all part of the...
Feast and Famine
There's an interesting dynamic at play within the tool industry that I'm trying to...
Framing; door hardware
Can Property Owners Sue Subs?
Some time ago in Colorado, a property owner hired a contractor to construct a building. Not long after it was completed, a heavy snowfall caused the roof to collapse. The property owner did what you would expect him to do: He sued the contractor. But he also sued every sub who had ever set foot on the job site.