How to draw and manipulate multiple sets of structural engineered lumber
The lead extends like a razor knife, and stays razor sharp
Textured drywall patches in a flash—and the cleanup is even faster
The Straight Flush Saw is an entirely new type of worm drive saw.
The final step: center it in the opening, and seal the perimeter
With the sill pan flashed, Ben turns to flashing the jambs of a window opening in this passive house retrofit
Quiet, rust-free, light-weight compressors for jobsite, shop, or finish carpentry projects
Flashing an In-Betweenie window is a lot like flashing an Innie or an Outie, only it is somewhere in between
On the Job Tip: Look before you leap
A few really cool tricks and a Master Class at the end
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
Large flat panels of fiber-cement make a modern-looking siding. Metal track keeps the lines clean
Installing a floor joist is a relatively easy task in new construction. But replacing one in a house that already stands? That’s a different story.
Little details make a difference in how a siding job looks—and lasts. Sweat the details.
Don't forget to add the drywall thickness to the kitchen plan dimensions for an accurate framing layout. Kitchen plans indicate finished dimensions, not rough.