Look at walls like they're Classical columns to find the right proportions and shapes
When the humps don't match the bumps, you need a second molding profile—or you can eliminate the plumb cut
A general warning that as batteries get bigger, so do the unintended consequences of using them like a dope. So, don't be a dope, read.
Meet code with the only deck tension tie engineered to adjust
Anchor the frame to the floor and reinforce hinge locations with frame anchors, otherwise, it's just plumb, level, and square.
A great saw—in spite of a couple of flaws—that will make fast work out of long miters. Even compound miters.
Cordless nailers are twice as heavy, twice as expensive, and twice as slow as pneumatics. They can also save you 30 minutes per day.
The non-structural requirements are pretty simple for guard rails: if there's a fall hazard, make a guard, and keep it such that it will actually stop people from falling.
Eight saws, an endless supply of new blades, and a few editors with nothing better to do than cut stuff
Condensation is when moisture in the air hits a cool enough surface to convert the vapor into water.
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The mission of water is to turn houses to mush. Some drip edge flashings may actually help water accomplish this mission.
Andres Duany defends the bad boy of exterior claddings, and urges the industry to up its game