Score and whack is the basic method, but whacking with a sharp block gets cleaner results
Using theatrical smoke to illustrate air leakage pathways to customers and new employees
Created by a cabinet maker, this simple jig allows you to quickly gauge the relative elevation of multiple points.
Old-school framing meets new-age materials.
Use tape to clamp and only glue where you have to.
A split riser allows you to remove the forms without damaging wet concrete.
With a place for everything and everything in its place.
3D Printing is hereby put on notice that it is not the disruptive sweetheart of the construction world anymore. ROBOTS are everywhere.
Here’s how to stiffen walls that are too narrow to resist the force exerted by high winds and earthquakes.
Going a few steps beyond the usual methods for hiding end-grain.
Use skip sheathing and a ventilation space to extend the life of the shingles
This old-school method kills two birds with one stone.