Old walls are wavy. Old walls with a lot of foam on them are easy to make flat.
From extension jambs to mullions, begin with the biggest piece and work to the smallest
There are always hiccups in kitchen remodels. Here are some field-modification solutions to common installation problems.
"Concrete is a rapacious creditor, it will definitely get its money out of you one way or the other. And if you're not on your game, it's gonna win."
How some simple jigs and a router can add interesting detail to millwork
Flashing a humpy old roof valley requires a little give and take, and a backup plan
Dealing with dips and making clean overlaps
A three-foot stick can hold a section of step flashing out of the way while you work the membrane into place.
Another use for your broken shovels
OMG, the Ogee is an angle!
The final video in the series: Did you model the pergola to be too tall? How to Lower the Joists and Narrow the Width of the Pergola
The second layer of foam is the air barrier and drainage plane.
Three videos: How to add Grass and Paver Textures, How to Manipulate Wood Grain, and Adding Furniture (and friends) From the Digital Big Box.
How to replace bifold doors with bypass doors (and make them look good in the process.)
Finger-saving safety features are finally available on the jobsite. Just in time for a labor shortage, right? (Part 3)