Work WITH thermal properties of a material, not against them
Marking tile and other slippery surfaces
Putting a window in the hole means sealing around the edges, too
How to bend a lock-hem drip edge on a sheet metal brake
Rather than cover the joint between drywall and door frame, celebrate the gap with an architectural reglet
Raised heel trusses and a sealed roof deck make a fast energy efficient roof system
How to tell if the mix is right, how to fix it if it is not, and some other trouble-causing suspects
Sloppy mortar application means sloppy tile that #Fails
The top reason to study engineering in college: Wall of Wind. Yay Science!
How to extend the life of a foam kit
Step by step installation overview of corners, windows, an boxing out wall penetrations
The days of staggering bolts every 16 inches or so are over—especially if you want to step down to the deck
"This is the most important part to waterproof because this is the place where all the water will end up and it might leak if not done correctly."
Do not be a dummy, make sure your tools are solidly secured, and put some protection between you and them—in case they ain't.
And it can spread mortar too!