Four straight 2x6s, a lot of glue, a mortiser, planer, sharp chisels, band saw, forstner bits, a block plane, oscillating spindle sander, and a rubber mallet are all you need
Faster swap-outs, longer reach, and serrated blades for cutting fibrous materials (like insulation)
Quality, speed, and safety can work together
When window replacement is not the best option, you can tighten up old windows with weatherstripping
Eliminate the need for j-channel while boosting the appearance of vinyl siding
The first layer of foam is mostly an insulation layer; the outer layer is the air barrier and drainage plane. This video is about the first layer.
Frame the perimeter, sweep the field, repeat.
A California valley is faster than cutting all of the shingles up a valley. With shingles bedded in cement, it can be exported to other states.
Diamonds are ceramic tile cutters best friend. Ok, they are not, but they can sure improve a sanding pad.
A professional remodeler who has seen a lot of remodeling disasters picks Kerdi for all tile applications
Edgebanding without sanding: call attention to the joint rather than trying to hide it. Because you won't hide it.
Paint-on waterproofing membrane, physics, and forethought protect an old window—and allow future maintenance—while sealing a big hole in a wet and windy wall
An accurate setup made from scraps can help you salvage lumber that is too crooked to frame with but could be great for blocking or furring strips
Making vinyl siding look great by eliminating ugly J-channel
The truth is, I prefer the problem solving of remodeling. The higher degree of difficulty, the better. Remodeling can be a battle, but that's the beauty of the challenge.