Not this time MJH ...you want to maintain the 19% moisture content of "green" stock at least until you have it stable ie: nailed in place. Just ...
Usually for a curved stem you would take the piece you are working with cut it in two then router the channel and glue it back together.If it's the...
Get the blue book that comes with the square, it has all of the info you need.Also I know they were starting to add tutorials to their site: http:/...
Treat the rise as you would any step, and 45 the base up then add a piece the rise probably 3/4 then a 45 and carry on as if nothing ever happened...
If you never made the cabinets to extend up past the doors to create a reveal to nail the crown to you'll need to add stock.You'll want a very tiny...
Finally got the gardening barn project online from last year. It would be a good DIY project. Gardening Barn at Alter Eagle Site
Yes cope is the only way in that situation and glue the scarf over a stud so you can fasten it.Have a look at my crown tutorial for further help. I...
One board foot is the nominal quantity of lumber derived from a piece of rough green lumber 1 inch thick and 1 foot wide by 1 foot long. In other w...
Measure the bay it's most likly around 14 1/2 that is because you have 16 on center studs... you may have something different but that's a good bet...
Most are factory stapled, same as Mark was saying... the only thing I'd add is to score the paint at the connection to the jamb, and put a thin pie...
I just got to toss in that perhaps your carpenter has assesed the situtaion at hand and feels that even with bead board applied at 19% moiture cont...
No... stay away from partical board near an wet areas unless you are going to seal the edges and it doesn't take paint.Again, MDF is good for paint...
No scoring isn't going to help you here, that's for applying new sheets.Do as Pif says but I make the cut within an 1/8 and belt back.. it's the tr...
Up in T.O. if memory serves it was just called mahogany.. what are you going to be doing with it?
Diamond tip in the circ saw, they last much longer and don't wear back as you cut. Be very careful with eye protection & a resperator.
Diagonally brace from the 4x4 post will help, but I don't recognize that building technique so I wouldn't know where to place them. It wasn't inspe...
By the way... you mention using screws. That is a common mistake for beginners to assume that a screw is better than a nail.That isn't so, nails ha...