What it is like to design and build houses without CDX and drywall: Freeing, captivating, undulating, and addictive.
The biggest crack in the house, revisited for #ThrowbackThursday
OMG, the Ogee is an angle!
No nails required.
Our friend in Victoria BC, the Samurai Carpenter walks us through the timber frame tiny home that he has crafted—much of it from driftwood.
Furring the inside of masonry walls makes room for wires and can significantly improve the R-value
It's easy to air seal the middle of the wall where there are no gaps, cracks, or joints. The edges are a different story, especially when one edge is wood and the other is concrete.
Sharp eyes, precise blows — and tender fingers trusting — the carpenter’s aim.
Regular walls just won't cut it anymore. Higher-achieving energy codes mean higher-performance walls, airtightness targets, and home energy rating system (HERS) scores. Here are six improvement targets to shoot for.