Highlights from the American Wood Council’s Prescriptive Residential Wood Deck Construction Guide
What's worse than a plumber with a Sawzall? A carpenter who causes it.
A simple stairway Answers the question of why. Why regulations?
Wet wood is a fact of life. What happens to wood that gets wet, is a whole 'nother story
Old school and new tools on display in a two-video mashup
This first video in the series focuses on the existing conditions and the demolition sequence. Following videos look at the foundation, framing, exterior shell, and exterior finishes.
Just because you draw it doesn't mean they'll build it that way. Know what makes sense, what the framer can execute, and forget about designing in two-foot modules
MiTek offers a complete line of high performance epoxies for applications ranging from heavy industrial seismic and wind applications to household projects.
Glue the rim joist, caulk the gaps, and overhang the wall sheathing to tighten this leaky building assembly
From the subfloor builders trust, for the flat-out best, quiet, stiff floors.
Long wedges cut from 2x4s are extremely effective for removing difficult flooring. Oh yeah, and don't forget the sledgehammer.
Whether using roof trusses or stick framing a roof frame, if you make space above the exterior walls, your energy performance will thank you.
Meet code requirements and simplify fastening of siding and trim to plywood or OSB
Construction methods differ from country to country but are especially different in Japan.