If you can't build to stay dry, build to tolerate wet
Make a route for drainage, protect the structure, and use water-tolerant materials to rebuild
This first video in the series focuses on the existing conditions and the demolition sequence. Following videos look at the foundation, framing, exterior shell, and exterior finishes.
A machine, a saw, and some patience beats brute force and a sledgehammer every time
Rinse off with cold water before the hot shower.
Take your time. Work slow. Be organized. You will get done faster.
Long wedges cut from 2x4s are extremely effective for removing difficult flooring. Oh yeah, and don't forget the sledgehammer.
A drone's-eye view of an ongoing remodeling project
The continuing saga of a year's worth of tools reviewed in a weekend: demo, digging, door-setting, and deep-detection
A hidden funnel between inside and out dumps water into the wall
Have a good weekend
Wrecking bar, hammer
A pry bar, and a cat's paw—