Many remodels require matching an existing trim profile for new doors or windows. When an old profile isn't available, you can make new pieces with a little bit of 'millwork magic'—and a giant pencil
You get paid for what you do and what you know. Turns out, the more you know, the more you can do.
Additional layers of flooring can bury baseboards making them look squat (bad) and difficult to remove (worse).
Three words: peel, stick, repeat
Hey Samurai, Aren't you afraid of expansion and contraction? Samurai: "No, I am not afraid of expansion and contraction, and here's why..."
Nice boxes, no-shift
"For those of you who don't already know the benefits of using guide bushings on your router and simple templates made out of scrap MDF—here's how it goes."
Kitchen cabinet carcasses are just four-sided cubes made with plywood and simple joinery. Repetition is the name of this game.
Put away the abacus, Hoss—here's a Visual Construction Calculator for your proportional processing ponderances
I get this question all the time: "Stucco all the way down to the roofing: right or wrong?" Answer: WRONG. and here's why...
Composite decking machines smoothly, joins well, and resists weather with the best of 'em.
It is time to think about the fact that many carpentry jobs may be automated—soon
One way to build drawer boxes fast, efficient, and repeatable
All complex assemblies involving multiple trades demand the critical, and constant, focus of supervisors. Where one trade ends and another begins must show continuity. If you do not build redundancy into the system, you are building in risk.