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Stabilize a Floor for Tile
Construction How-To

Stabilize a Floor for Tile

              Subfloors for tile installations require a little more attention to detail than other flooring materials. A floor might be solidly constructed and adequately supported but still have a degree of “bounce” or vibration when people walk across the room. This is usually not a major problem with resilient flooring, carpet or even some […]

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Edging Your Landscape to Separate Garden Beds
Landscaping

Edging Your Landscape to Separate Garden Beds

              Defining your Landscape By Matt Weber

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Fixing a Damaged Floor Joist
Construction How-To

Fixing a Damaged Floor Joist

              Repair Sagging, Cracked or Broken Floor Framing. By Rob Robillard

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Storage Solution for Limited Headroom
Construction How-To

Storage Solution for Limited Headroom

              Using the Space Beneath a Gable Roof for Concealed Office Storage By Larry Walton

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Give an Old Patio a Facelift
Construction How-To

Give an Old Patio a Facelift

              By Walt Steele There’s good news and there’s good news. You can have a new clay paver patio or walkway without digging, without spreading crusher run, without tamping, without measuring out an inch of sand and screeding it smooth. You can do it without cutting a single clay paver. And you can make […]

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Build a Window Box
Gardening

Build a Window Box

              Creative Curb Appeal for Window Gardens. By Rob Robillard

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