An easy to make scoop that cleans the bucket as you empty it.
Siding & Exterior Trim
Andres Duany defends the bad boy of exterior claddings, and urges the industry to up its game
A man, a sheet metal brake, and a built-in measurement gauge
A tight air barrier is the best way to build an energy-efficient house. Outside the sheathing are many chances to make it better.
Ground zero for roof rot is often where roofs meet walls.
Architectural salvage leads the design direction of a door in need of replacement
A deep energy retrofit in Concord, MA illustrates everything you need to know to bring a house to energy überville
Plywood and paint make extinguishers what they ain't
Can't get your bricklayers to answer the phone? Call SAM (Semi Automated Mason)
How to find a moisture leak on a flat roof with multiple elevations
What you need to know about wood siding, stucco, stone, and brick installations. From one of the top design/build/remodeling companies in the US.
One of those "If I help, will it save me money?" jobs. But not in a bad way.
From coil stock to finished trim in 30 seconds flat
Kirk Giordanos, aka, Mr. Plaster Fantaster, shows us yet another way to kill time, and amaze your kids, while waiting to get into a job: Spin a hawk on a trowel.