Roofs get wet at night—Heat flows through the easy path—Framing is a bridge.
Roof valleys are like gutters with a steep pitch. Just because they are steep, doesn't mean they're not gutters.
... but were afraid to Google it
Editors from ProToolReviews.com took the best-known reciprocating saws through a series of tests to measure performance, features, and how user-friendly they are.
New energy codes are coming (very) soon; many states are jumping straight to the most aggressive one
Universal design fixtures and appliances can make a kitchen easier to use, for all ages
Wire mesh corner bead. Visions of bleeding fingers. Nothing but trouble.
Bright and dark colors used to be bad choices for vinyl, but better polymers and manufacturing process have reduced fading, cracking, and expansion.
In a tight, energy efficient house, the HVAC system can make or break you
When talking to homeowners or trade contractors about energy efficient construction this question is inevitable. The answer: Tight houses are good because they lower energy bills and increase comfort. But there's a big BUT
No glazing compound—to keep the inside air in.—Heat leaks cost money.
Sharp eyes, precise blows — and tender fingers trusting — the carpenter’s aim.
If drywall were clear, we could watch walls get wet daily. Moisture rides on air ...