By Larry Walton How to prepare for and spray a new paint job on an old house by using an airless sprayer.
By Monte Burch From East to West, North to South, flooding has been a major problem across much of the United States. You can’t do much about major catastrophic floods, but you can solve many basement flooding or dampness problems. First, determine if the moisture is simply dampness caused by condensation or if water is […]
Q: We have roll roofing on a garden shed. During a storm a tree branch fell and stabbed a hole in the roofing material. What’s the best way to repair the hole? A: If the roof deck is in good shape, then it should be a fairly straightforward repair. Roll roofing is typically made of the same material as […]
Tracing the Evolution of the Number One Exterior Cladding Choice.
Using the newest synthetic moldings and shingles as well as tried-and-true techniques to revive an old friend.
Replacing your shutters? Consider installing decorative urethane shutters for years of low-maintenance curb appeal.
By Matt Weber When the old paint wears away, it’s time to wash away the chalk and apply a new acrylic latex.
Lightweight and easy to install, artificial stone is a popular alternative building material.
Tricking the Eyes: New type of wood looks old, feels old, but is brand new.
By providing a continuous blanket of insulation over the home, insulated vinyl siding can reduce energy consumption by as much as 20 percent.
Giving One Away Each Week 1 TOOL + 10 CONFIGURATIONS + 1,100 lbs. BENDING FORCE = The Hardwood Wrench™ is the “Original” patented self-locking deck board straightening tool. Used to hold deck boards straight while hidden deck fasteners are installed, its cam locks into place, transferring a pushing force of around 1,100 lbs. A true “one-man, one-handed installation!” […]