I do agree with piffin, you will find over an 1/8 even in the same unit run for 2x6, and 1/4 for "green" (rather than KD) from any yard is certainl...
****** * maybe.. I'm in CA [This message has been edited by Altereagle (edited November 07, 2003).]
Perhaps you can use a 45 return cut on the higher base to transition to the lower existing base...okay, cut a 45 in the end, (the run would come to...
Perhaps textured acrylic? I haven't tried it but it may be a solution... it's a good idea I may use it someday. The thing would be to figure out th...
It is fustrating isn't it... over the years I personally have found that buyinmg my stock from a lumber yard is best. I have several reasons for th...
That is more than likly crown you are refering to, have a look at the tutorial I put on my site on "How to install crown molding" or simply do an i...
You may be able to glue down the tiles again with construction adhesive you can get small tubes that you apply with a caulking gun. Then regrout, y...
Call the local rental store and see if they have a Moisture content meter. Then check this data for your area's emc (equilibrium moisture content)....
Here are 3 links for you for "under deck" solutions. www.dry-b-lo.com www.undercoverdecks.com www.dekdrain.com You could also look at using vi...
First of all let's look at treated lumber... the most common treatments are cca & acqCCA stands for Chromated Copper Arsenate, a wood preservative ...
The sites coming along very nicely Mark... if you need any help on that go to http://community.sierra.com/WebX?14@@.ee742aa or better yet http://w...
"Modern Carpenter" by Wagner is a book I used for reference (& in a college course in carpentry) for my first 10 years or so... keep it in the truc...
Use framing angles if you can get to the stringers or if you can't you'll need to fasten a 4x4 to the joisting to get the top riser down to where y...
LIGHT GROWTHIf you have more than a square foot of mold growth you should seek professional advice on how to perform the clean-up.• The source of t...
You'll need to put nailers from joist to joist then nail the top plate to those, so that you'll be able to finish off the fireblocking.For a detail...