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Remodeling Show/Deck Expo Preview
Remodeling Show

Remodeling Show/Deck Expo Preview

By Matt Weber Three Events. Two Days. One Location. That’s what to expect at R|D|J—the combined convention of the Remodeling Show, DeckExpo, and JLC Live. To be held October 6-7 at the Baltimore Convention Center, the R|D|J trade show provides industry professionals with a vibrant exhibit hall with hundreds of the industry’s top manufacturers, hands-on training, networking events, and a trove […]

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Trim Shortcuts for DIY'ers
Caulk/Sealant Products

Trim Shortcuts for DIY'ers

              Molding and trim often provide the details that give a home its character and distinction. By Matt Weber

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Deck Building Tips
Construction How-To

Deck Building Tips

            By Mark Clement Why do I love building wood decks so much? I think it’s because a well-crafted deck is more than a box and some boards on the back of a house. A lot more. Because I’m a contractor and a carpenter, I find that decks are part layout, part site work, and […]

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Top 6 Tools to Start Your Woodworking Shop
Cutting Tools

Top 6 Tools to Start Your Woodworking Shop

              By Ted Leger It took one time working with lumber and wood stock and I was hooked. From then on I loved to eat, sleep and talk about woodworking to everyone. And within a short period, I built my first shop and grabbed my tools and organized them. That was my “man cave.” […]

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September Hot Products
Hot Products

September Hot Products

QuietWalk QuietWalk is a fiber acoustic underlayment that dampens sound, provides a host of “healthful” environmental attributes, and helps retain clean indoor air. Carefully engineered to control sound, QuietWalk meets or exceeds IIC and STC sound ratings, dampens ambient sound and helps minimize impact and airborne sound from traveling into the room below. In addition, its randomly air-laid filaments create […]

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Install a Heated Wood Floor
Construction How-To

Install a Heated Wood Floor

                Here’s an efficient system for heating new oak flooring. By Rob Robillard

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