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10 Times Doing It Yourself Doesn’t Save You Money
The do-it-yourself ethos is one we heartily applaud. Most services provided by home maintenance pros aren't cheap, so taking care of small fixes on your own can s...
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5 Even Easier Fixes for Household Problems—All in 1 Innovative Can
An essential at job sites, in workshops, and on garage shelves for more than 60 years, WD-40® Multi-Use Product has e...
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The Truth About Clog-Free Gutters
As the first line of defense against stormwater damage, gutters play a vital role in the infrastructure of just about...
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12 Things Your Plumber Wishes You Knew
Why does it seem like the times you really need a plumber are late at night, early in the morning, or on weekends, when fees can cost twice as much as normal. Cha...
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How To: Magnetize a Screwdriver
Few things are as frustrating as trying to drive a screw into a tight corner or over your head, only to have it fall ...
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9 Unexpected Turnoffs for Home Buyers
When you put your home up for sale, you need to put in quite a bit of work to make it an attractive competitor on the real estate market. Location, price, and a h...
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Cool Tools: Get a Mess-Free Bead of Caulk Every Time
Whether you’re filling cracks along the kitchen sink or closing up gaps around a drafty window frame, you can count o...
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Cool Tools: Simplify Your Painting Process with an Airless Spray System
Have you ever turned a blind eye to the chipping paint on a wall or ceiling to avoid the ordeal of redoing those hard...
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6 Things You Didn't Know Adhesive Can Do
Construction adhesive: It's a do-it-yourselfer favorite, a labor- and time-saver that long ago earned pride of place in the workshop. The best part? As advanced t...
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Cool Tools: A Trusty Go-To Gets a Brand-New Twist
It's nothing new. The problem is familiar to anyone whose projects often involve WD-40® Multi-Use Product. In the cou...
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Cool Tools: Is This the Only Adhesive You’ll Ever Need?
Imagine that you’ve just spent several hours—the better part of a weekend afternoon—painstakingly adhering ceiling ti...
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Cool Tools: A No-Hassle Cure for Tough Cleaning Dilemmas
April showers keep many DIYers indoors working on home maintenance projects large and small, from pepping up interior...
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Quick Tip: The Safest Storage for Gasoline
With the arrival of spring comes a certain bouquet of seasonal scents, ranging from fresh-cut grass to spilled gasoli...
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Are You Buying the Right Amount of Lumber?
Once you’ve managed to secure the necessary approvals for your renovation or construction project, it's time for the ...
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The 10 Biggest Outdoor Living Trends Set to Dominate 2016
Spring is just a few weeks away, so it’s time to get serious about fix-up plans for porches, patios, and yards. To help, here’s a round-up of what’s new and cutti...
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The Top 10 Costly Mistakes Home Buyers Make
Homeownership is on the rise again. With mortgage applications surging and homeownership experiencing its first uptick since 2013, now seems like a good time to b...
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Most Wanted: 11 Home Upgrades Already Trending for 2016
As 2015 draws to a close, homeowners are starting to plan their remodeling projects for the new year. And while there are certain standards of craftsmanship that ...
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The Finishing Touch Homeowners Forget
In any remodel, the average homeowner tends to focus mainly on the end result, seldom understanding that overall succ...
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Bob Vila Radio: Prevent Electrical Shocks in Your Workshop
If you’re setting up a home workshop for your do-it-yourself projects, recognize that in a room with so many power to...
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13 Improvements Most Homeowners Get Wrong
You've probably heard the saying, “Measure twice, cut once.” But when it comes to home improvement, another useful bit of advice—always learn from others' mistake...
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10 Safety Essentials That Most Homes Are Missing
Although it's tempting to brush off the possibility that a fire, break-in, or other emergency could strike your home, it's always better to be safe than sorry. Ma...
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One Man's Journey from Wall Street to the Workshop
When Jeremy Medow left behind life on Wall Street for a new start in Connecticut, he didn't know that he would end up...
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9 Things First-Time Homeowners Don't Know to Do
Congratulations, you’re officially a homeowner! But along with the new address comes a new set of responsibilities, including some you may not even know about. Th...
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7 Tools That Contractors Swear By
Do-it-yourselfers rely on tools to get the job done. But for contractors, tools are much more than a means to an end—they are nothing short of a livelihood. Contr...
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Bob Vila Radio: A Simple Tweak for Any Caulk Gun
Your good old caulk gun is a user-friendly tool—until you need to use it in a tight spot (say, the back side of a toi...
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A Former Art Teacher Starts a New Life Building Furniture
Erin True needed a job. She had recently moved from Detroit to Chicago with her husband, Jason, and was striking out ...
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Quick Tip: Put Chalk in Your Toolbox to Prevent Rust
It's a great feeling to have all of your tried-and-true tools in one handy toolbox, but that feeling can quickly be e...
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These Detroit Metalworkers Prove the Best Home Goods Are Handmade
Any student of American history knows that there was a time when Detroit was abuzz with activity, when entrepreneurs ...
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Timeless Handmade Furniture with Midwestern Roots
For home design enthusiasts, wood furniture built by true craftsmen is coveted for its uniqueness, its durability, an...
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Big Box Furniture Has Nothing on This One-of-a-Kind Company
When Darren Green founded Old Wood Co. , in 2007, he had social and environmental consciousness top of mind. After wo...
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Quick Tip: Mix Sand with Paint for Non-Slip Surfaces
Slippery when wet: Those words of caution may be most familiar in the context of hospital and airport floors, but the...
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This Company Turns Centuries-Old Barns into Contemporary Homes
As agriculture has morphed into big business and populations have shifted from the countryside to urban centers, timb...
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This Company Makes Furniture from Salvaged Fire Hose
Every single month, tons of fire hose reaches the end of its useful life and must be disposed of. That's when Oakland...
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A Contractor Duo Designs a More Perfect Hammer
After a combined thirty years in the construction business, brothers Steve and Rick Spencer had grown tired of relyin...
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Is Your Tape Measure Obsolete? Maybe.
The measuring tape: It's a tool of unobjectionable simplicity, no more or less complicated than it needs to be—for so...
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Warm Up Your Workspace with a Unit Heater
If you spend time on projects in the garage, or if you're lucky enough to enjoy a stand-alone workshop, chances are t...
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Bob Vila Radio: Is This the End of Oil-Based Paint?
For decades, if you wanted a smooth, resilient finish for a project you were painting, you would turn to oil-based pa...
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Bob Vila Radio: A Trick for Splinter-less Cuts in Plywood
If you're planning to cut plywood, here are a few points to keep in mind. Cutting plywood usually creates a splintere...
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Meet the Brightest Woodworkers in the Carolinas
Meet the duo behind one of the trendiest lighting companies around. Shelli Worley and her husband Seth started Worley...
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7 Ways to Set Up Your Home Workshop
Where do you keep your workshop? It's best to set it up in a place where noise, dust, and space aren't an issue. But there are other considerations to keep in min...
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A New Tool in the Shed Promises to Replace All the Others
Next spring, one yard care system is going to revolutionize the way homeowners stock their sheds. We're used to such ...
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Bob Vila Radio: Quieter Leaf Blowers Are Here, Finally
This time of year, the intrusive sound of leaf blowers is a constant presence in nearly every neighborhood. But blowe...
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Bob Vila Radio: New Designs for Recessed Lighting
Recessed lighting has always been efficient, since it takes up no space at all in a room. Over the years, as a variet...
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Get to Work! 13 DIY Workbenches, Craft Counters, and Potting Tables
Whether you’re a woodworker, gardener, craftaholic or avid DIYer, you need a comfortable area where you can do what you love to do. Sure, there are loads of craft...
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How To: Install Pegboard in Your Workshop
Does it look like a bomb went off in your workshop? Even the best tools are useless if they are nowhere to be found w...
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Keep Your Contractor Happy: 3 Major Missteps to Avoid
Is the roofer or tile setter not returning your phone calls? Don't take it personally.  Economists agree that home im...
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5 Home Improvement Apps for Your iPad
Big, clunky metal toolboxes are so 20th century. These days you can fit rulers, levels, manuals and even a whole squa...
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How To: Keep Your Tools Accessible
One of the great advantages of a workshop—as distinct from a tool­box carried to a workplace—is the opportunity to pu...
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Fireproof Your Workshop
It hardly needs to be said, but you should of course do everything you can to reduce the risk of fire in you workshop...
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Workshop Electricity
Power tools swallow up power the way dogs consume their food: in great, huge gulps. Most tools have two kinds of dema...
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The Ideal Workshop Layout
A landscape designer friend of mine tells a story about the college he went to. During his years there, the universit...
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Workshop Locations
Perhaps you already know exactly where you will be locating your workshop. Maybe you already have a workplace in some...
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Tool Storage
The way to avoid the I-can't-find-it syndrome is to have ap­propriate containers for tool storage and transport. Seve...
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The Language of Design
We’ll begin by considering a handful of words that are especially useful when the talk turns to buildings. SYMMETRYIn...
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Complying with the Code
A building code is a collection of regulations regarding building construction that is intended to ensure public safe...
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To Hire or Not to Hire an Architect or Designer
If know what I want, why do I need a designer at all?Perhaps you don't. But understand that, strange as it may seem, ...
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The Architect Versus the Designer
You will probably have a choice when you look for someone to help design your remodeling project. The most likely can...
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How Much Will a Designer Cost?
The title "architect" conjures up in many people's minds fancy designer houses, monumental homes out of the pages of ...
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Finding the Right Designer
No other profession leaves such large tracks. The work that architects and designers do is hard to hide: buildings, o...
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Contracting the Contractors
Do you need contracts? Yes is the short answerContracts are a crucial part of the paper trail that will help assure t...
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How To: Settle a Dispute with Your Contractor
So, you tried to anticipate everything. But the fact is, no one can plan for every exigency. So here are some ways to...
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Sorting Waste After Remodeling
Homeowners who plan to undertake a do-it-yourself job should know the difference between waste and salvageable buildi...
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Flipping: Remodeling for Resale
With a glut of distressed properties on the market now, people are eager to make deals. But there’s little room for e...
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Working with Your Architect
Hiring an architect should save you time and money, minimize bumps, streamline the building process, and provide an a...
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Check the Label: A Guide to Green Designations for the Home
What is a green home? While “green” has yet to be given a universally accepted definition, a green home would be defi...
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Can't Sell It? Rent It Out
It was an unsuccessful attempt to downsize for a smaller house payment that led Joseph Cortez, a realtor in Corpus Ch...
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Protect Your Home from Job Site Theft
Job site theft is a rampant and growing problem that costs the construction industry more than $1 billion a year, acc...
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Creating the Ultimate Garage Workshop
To some, a garage is much more than a place to park the car and store junk. To the car enthusiast, it is a nerve cent...
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How To: Speak the Language of Design
Let’s consider a handful of architectural terms that are especially useful when talking about the forms of buildings....
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Take the Home Remodeling Questionnaire
Whether you plan to talk directly to a contractor or to begin by hiring a designer, you will save both of you time an...
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4 Ways to Reduce Your Renovation Waste
Home renovation is big business. And if you think renovation generates a ton of construction work, just think of the ...
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Inexpensive Ideas and DIY Tips for Storing Sandpaper
When you first start tackling home projects, it's no problem to hit the hardware store for one of those sandpaper mul...
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Smart Storage for Small Workshops
Since my wife and I recently downsized, I am making do with a much smaller basement workshop these days. Whereas I co...
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The 5 Apps You Won't Want to Renovate Without
If your file folders are bursting at the seams with to-do lists, contractor quotes, spec sheets and inspirational cli...
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Quick Flip: Is Now the Moment to Buy, Improve, and Sell?
All of a sudden there are not enough houses for sale to meet homebuyers' rising level of demand.  Could you pull off ...
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DIY Workbenches: 5 You Can Build in a Weekend
The workbench is any DIY project's hub, where supplies are kept and progress gets made.  Sure, you can buy a workbenc...
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Which PEX Is Best? The Right Tubing for Any Job
Polyethylene cross-linked tubing, better known as PEX, is a fine addition to the industrious do-it-yourself plumber's...
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Reading Between the Lines on Customer Review Sites
Unhappy with the job your contractor did? Peeved at your local hardware store's churlish service? Annoyed with the ru...
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Reviewing Redbeacon: The Contractor-Finder Market's Newest Competitor
[Ed: This post was updated with additional information from Redbeacon on 1/28/2013. ]Three-year-old startup Redbeacon...
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Bob Vila Radio: Drywall Costs
As of January 2nd, U. S. drywall manufacturers increased their prices by 25 to 30%. On top of a similar increase last...
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Free Pattern Books for Home Restorers
Interpreting historically accurate home design can be confusing, but a new series of free pattern books should help h...
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5 Basement Workshop Essentials
You’re probably thinking I’m about to list my all-star tool picks. Nope. My five must-haves for a basement workshop h...
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Bob Vila Radio: DIY Dolly
The next time you need to move something big and heavy in the workshop or around the house, save your back and build ...
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Capturing Your DIY in TimeLapse
It's a ritual that dates back to cave times—DIYers showing off their proud achievements. 'Before and after' shots are...
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Quenching Thirst on the Job Site
Working on a job site through a scorching, dusty summer day requires pacing and hydration, and now, perhaps for the f...
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What You Might Not Know About HVAC Filters
Everyone agrees that you should change your HVAC filter on a regular basis, but not everyone agrees on the type of fi...
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Construction Contract Checklist
All contracts you sign should begin with the parties to the agreement. Your name and address and that of the contract...
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How To: Clean Your Toolbox and Workshop
While spring is generally considered the month for cleaning windows, airing out the house, reorganizing the cupboards...
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Today's Rents for Yesterday's Houses
Renting is suddenly cool: these days, renting is about lifestyle and flexibility, says Jane Hodges, author of the new...
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A New Wave of Brushless-Motor Power Tools
Brushless motor technology has been around for a while, but only within the last couple years have power tool manufac...
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How To: Spring Clean Your Power Tools
Like everything with moving parts—your car, your computer, your body—your power tools will last longer and work bette...
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Add a Decorative Touch to Your Woodworking Shop
There's no reason why your woodworking shop can't be easy on the eyes, outside and in. The one pictured above was cre...
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Pegboard: Still a Classic Storage Solution for Today
As a kid growing up, I remember visiting my grandparents’ house and heading straight for granddad’s garage. It was im...
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Manage Noise in Your Workshop
Noise is an occupational hazard in any shop where power tools are used. Strategies must be employed to minimize the d...
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When Remodeling Uncovers Hidden Treasures
Ask any seasoned renovator or restoration contractor and they will have at least one good demolition story to tell—no...
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Touring the Waldun Forest Products Shingle Factory
Bob travels to British Columbia and tours the Waldun Forest Products Company shingle manufacturing plant.
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Installing a Decorative Inlaid Vinyl Floor and Reviewing the Workshop Layout
The generously sized workshop has a functional layout and a unique vinyl floor designed by architect Gregory Rochlin.
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Impact-Resistant Windows and PGT Factory Tour
Bob visits PGT Industries to learn what it takes to make impact-resistant windows.
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Building an Energy-Efficient Florida Home
Bob meets with Bill Zoeller to discuss the ways this property will be 50% more energy efficient that a typical Florida Home.
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Modular Home Construction Basics
Bob tours the Simplex Industries modular home plant and learns how the different pre-fab parts are made.
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Tour of the Simplex Modular Home Factory
Bob tours the Simplex Industries manufacturing facility where workers are precutting the plywood as they construct the interior and exterior walls.
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Touring the Tremont Nail Mill
Bob and crew travel to Wareham, MA, to visit the Tremont Nail Mill. Tremont Nail, manufacturer of cut nails.
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History of the North Bennet Street School
Bob takes a trip into Boston to visit the North Bennet Street School.
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Furniture Making at the North Bennet Street School
Bob visits with Alex Krutsky at the North Bennet Street School in Boston. Bob and Krutsky discuss the school's admissions process, which requires previous carpent...
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Hand-Carving a Mahogany Drawer Front
Furniture maker Tommy MacDonald demonstrates a few of the techniques he employs to create hand-carved furniture details.
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Crown Point Cabinet Factory Tour
Bob visits with Brian Stowell at the Crown Point Cabinet factory in Claremont, NH.
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Antique Brick Work at the Burtch-Udall House and Sumner Mansion
Bob and Professor Tom Visser (UVM) visit the Burtch-Udall house in Quechee, VT, and the nearby Sumner Mansion-- suitable locales for a running discussion on prope...
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Tour of the Premier Building Systems Factory
Bob tours the Premier Building Systems plant with general manager Steve Thompson.
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Manufacturing MDO Plywood
Bob visits the Simpson Plywood plant in Shelton, WA, where Jim Langenberg shows Bob how plywood, especially MDO, is made.
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Touring the LP Engineered Wood Siding Plant
Bob visits Two Harbors, MN and tours the plant where Louisiana Pacific manufactures a line of exterior trim products.
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Tour of the Simpson Door Factory
Bob visits McCleary, WA, where Jim Fielder (from Simpson Door) takes him on a tour of the company's manufacturing plant.
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Tour of the Perstop Flooring Factory
Bob visits the Perstop Flooring Factory to see how Pergo, wood laminate flooring, is made.
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Building Code Check
Bob meets with the general contractors and the architect for the project house to discuss mid-construction changes to the building plan.
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Tour of the Buderus Boiler Factory
Bob tours the Buderus factory in Wetzlar, Germany with Herr Schulte, vice president of research and development.
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Building for Hurricane Safety
Bob and contractor Ed Weller tour of another work in progress, a home being built using construction techniques unique to tropical climates.
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Tour of Boston Sand and Gravel
Bob takes a tour of the Boston Sand and Gravel concrete plant, located on the Charles River in Boston.
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Installing Baseboards and Making Moldings
Bob meets with carpenter Bob Ryley to install baseboard, then visits Paul Morse's workshop to see how specialty moldings are milled.
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Tour of the Georgia Pacific Pressure-Treated Lumber Plant
Bob visits the Georgia Pacific pressure-treated lumber plant in Sterling, GA to discover how pressure treated lumber is made to resist weather and rot.
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Tour of the Withers Industries Factory
Bob meets with restoration contractor Richard Marks to review the reproduction shutters that will be placed on the project house. They also visit the Withers Indu...
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Indiana Limestone Factory Tour
Bob tours the Indiana Limestone factory with Dave Kern, who explains the fabrication process for the limestone columns being used in the greenhouse.
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Brick Plant Tour
Bob takes a field trip to East Windsor Hill, CT, where the bricks for the cabin project were made. Along the way, he learns about the manufacturing process bricks...
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Tour of the Weather Shield Window Factory
Bob meets Lee Shield of Weather Shield Windows in Medford, WI to find out how the company makes its special custom windows.
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Lumber Mill Tour
Bob tours the Ralph A. Esty & Sons Lumber Corporation in Groveland, MA. Operations Manager Ken Monaco explains the process of aquiring and milling the lumber. The...
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Discussing the Manufacture of Glulams
Bob visits the Willamette Industries glued laminated timber facilities in Eugene, OR to learn first-hand how glulams are manufactured.
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Plywood Testing Facilities Tour
Bob tours the American Plywood Association testing facilities with Tom Williamson, the Executive Vice President of Engineered Wood Systems. Tom explains the diffe...
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Tour of Vermont Castings
Bob tours the Vermont Castings factory in Randolph, VT in order to learn about the manufacturing process for the type of wood-burning stove being used in the Mart...
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Wallpaper Factory Tour
Bob visits a wallpaper factory, where the design, paper-milling, and printing aspects of the wallpaper fabrication process all take place.
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Tour of the Georgia Pacific Plywood Plant
Bob takes a tour of the Georgia Pacific plywood plant near Savannah, GA to see how birch veneer plywood is made.
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Tour of the Tile Factory
As tiling begins on the bathroom floor and in the shower, Bob takes a field trip to the factory where the tiles being used in the project house were made.
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Shopping the Architectural Salvage Yard
Bob shops an architectural salvage yard for used, inexpensive doors and bathroom vanities.
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Touring a Roofing Shingle Plant
Bob takes us on a tour of the IKO roofing shingle plant in Wilmington, DE.
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Visiting a Wooden Window Factory
Bob visits the Wes-Pine wooden window factory in Hanover, MA.
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Tour of the Parallam Beam Factory
Bob joins David Parker at Macmillan-Bloedel’s Parallam plant in Vancouver, BC to see how the special engineered beams are manufactured.
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Touring the Georgia-Pacific Drywall Plant
Bob tours the Georgia-Pacific drywall plant in Marcus Hook, PA with Monty Palmowski.
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Touring Salvage One Architectural Warehouse
Bob travels to Chicago’s South Side to tour the Salvage One architectural warehouse with Anne Steinweddel.
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Congoleum Factory Tour
Bob tours the Congoleum plant in Marcus Hook, PA with Jim Kogut.
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Touring the Parallam Beam Factory
Bob visits Dave Parker in Vancouver, BC to see how Parallam beams are manufactured.
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Tour of the IKO Roofing Shingle Plant
Bob visits the IKO roofing shingle plant in Wilmington, DE, where he becomes familiar with different types of shingles.
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Tour of Republic Window Factory
Bob tours the Republic Window Factory in Chicago. Ron Spielman, vice president, explains how the windows are manufactured.
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Converting Steel Shipping Containers to Housing
Bob meets with David Cross of Tampa Armature Works (TAW), a company that converts shipping containers into intermodal steel building units (ISBUs).
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Building a Hurricane-Resistant Home
Bob talks with Leslie Chapman-Henderson from the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH) about the technologies involved in securing a roof. Chapman-Henderson exp...
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