How to break up a section of roof into equal intervals quickly and accurately
Jun 24 2019
Primer and cement actually weld the parts together. Sharpie lines assure that the parts are welded in the right place
Jun 22 2019
Twelve tips for a smoother workflow and better belt sanding results
Jun 17 2019
Keep debris out of the fresh concrete and use matching tools for joints and edges that look perfect
Jun 3 2019
A beginner's tip for straight drywall corners from a drywall pro
May 23 2019
The trick is in removing the old without collateral damage. The answer is a multitool with a carbide blade.
Apr 29 2019
A bright idea for full-size truck owners
Apr 29 2019
Two types of edging tools for forming the edge of a new slab
Apr 1 2019
Finally, a cordless charger for your cordless tools
Mar 30 2019
Build this saw track jig from scrap plywood in less than 30 minute
Feb 11 2019
Putty and paint make a carpenter what (s)he ain't, and knowing how to scribe makes a carpenter who doesn't need excuses...
Jan 28 2019
Magnets are better than sledgehammers
Jan 24 2019
Why would you double the workload, just to hide it inside a table leg? "Because it's awesome"
Jan 8 2019
Becoming a master carpenter is a series of small steps, not a giant leap; learning what a smooger is, why it matters, and how to make one are three of the steps
Dec 28 2018
Two videos cover the design questions and construction process of a post and beam patio roof structure
Dec 27 2018
A look at types of drip edge flashing, how to cut it, and how to retrofit it to an existing roof
Dec 26 2018
All complex assemblies involving multiple trades demand the critical, and constant, focus of supervisors. Where one trade ends and another begins must show continuity. If you do not build redundancy into the system, you are building in risk.