Then you will have to put it back the way it was or seperate those doors.Alter Eagle Construction & Design
If you are better at painting than that would be second, if you are better at carpentry that would be second...I typically stain first, since I kno...
If you are interested in how we bisect angles with a compass I found this for you... rather than try to explain it, they have the pics.Bi-sect link...
A piano hinge on the rear so that the door folds back in, and an off set hinge on the side to swing it open, you won't have as much access though.
It's something a professional should look at. We need to see the existing conditions, how to transfer the load from the beam (most likely it will b...
Properly, you need the furring nailers. I'm assuming vertical beadboard... there are a thousand different styles, but 1927 usually is a Vgroove ver...
Big difference... and no you don't just take it to the below floor joists, that is a point load and needs to be taken to a post below & transfered ...
Buy a small piece of peg board from the local, and use that as a guide to drill the holes for the shelving... I use that jig in my shop still.Alter...
Clear finish? That why you need to go back with pine?You'd be better off to simply router the roundover, dependent on the amount of run. That said ...
The posts would need to go to bearing. You have to transfer that point load.It'd be better to using a 10" microlam, but if you are going with a bui...
I thought I was loosing it, I checked and it's still there, the last page of the tutorial "squeeze in one last tip"?And yes there is the angle tabl...
I agree with Joe ,it's easier to remove & flip the entire frame. Use a saws all to cut through the existing nails it'll got rather quickly... score...
I believe I put that on the last page of the crown tutorial on my site... it's better to just look it up, you might like the other tips as well?Alt...
10 x 7 typically, call the supplier they have the RO's in their stock book, it's always best to ask when in doubt.Alter Eagle Construction & Design...
R-13 is code, put r-30 in the attic instead... that's where you'll get higher pay back & r-19 in the floor. But if you want? you could fir vertical...
I wrote a tutorial for doing deck stairs which you could use in this application, plus there is a chart for the # of risers to the total rise you c...
Can't believe I wrote popular.. instead of poplar .. even though it is.Alter Eagle Construction & Design
Say if you wanted to have a part of the seat used for storage that you get to by opening the top. The top would be on a piano hinge & you would fra...
It's a good idea to go over a couple of studs but it's not required. If the sheathing is the finish like in the case of T1-11 (Texture 1 @ 11") whi...
3/4 T&G screwed or shot with ring nails & glued (the most important is the glue) on a bias (perpendicular) to the joists for tile, or wood flooring...