I did a reception desk that was a semi-circle that needed a door similar to what you are making. Fun working on the radii for that project, it was ...
If I were you I'd remove the existing. If moisture gets trapped between that and the layer your adding it can create more problems than it's worth....
Cut through all of the layers down to on center of the joists around the area. Check your floor joists if they are gone call a carpenter, if not......
Hey Pif, I ran across one called "iron wood" when I was apprenticing with the historical board on Victorians 30 years ago back east...Tough mother ...
It's an outside corner Otis, simple as that.Have a look at the tutorial I have on the web site, it explains how to cut those.. and I have an exampl...
you "don't" have.. geez, I'm betting you don't have the proper set back at the corner.
You can get a 2 way corner cap for those you know...pla-cor makes one kind.. Anyway you are most likely having a problem because you have the drywa...
Obviously you must have a concern with the wear, just for that alone it would be worth repairing the treads.Stairs are very dangerous the codes say...
The decorative part of the crown is "always" on the bottom, in this case the ogee at the top and the scotia on the bottom.Can you give me the url t...
What you would be doing is making what we call in the trades a "bastard" joint it is the closest way for you to match the joint up.Sometimes some m...
I also have a little about truss uplift in the crown molding tutorial on my site that may explain it as well. I think the 3rd of the how to install...
Put up the trim and mark a line. Inside that line take your hammer and crush / break away the drywall to within a 1/4 inch of the line.Alter Eagle ...
Put up two pieces. Where they intersect top & bottom put a mark. Now join those marks & cut along that line, now put both pieces back up and copy t...
Score the back of the board for the lip, you want the board to over hang the lip though so that if any water does get behind the tile it'll be dire...
"weight-bearing wall that supports the bedrooms on the 2nd floor" Pif so like you say it's professional territory with hands on.
Typically you would need to go another 2/3 so if the damage is 2Ft you would go 6Ft. If it was 3Ft you would go 9ft. The best of course is to cut o...
No, not by your brief description.You have to start at the roof, what type of roof and roofing, dead & live loads. The span of the load that will b...
It's too important of a connection to guess at without seeing it Kelly, and there is so much need to take into account when doing stairs... headroo...
For the plates use doubled up 3/4 ply cut to your radius. To get the radius that large accurate I use a 1x4's with a nail as the compass point and ...