How to prevent cracking or splitting wood when fastening? One way that used to be practiced back when carpenters actually hand nailed everything together, is to blunt the point of the nail you are about to drive by placing the … Continue reading
This is part 2 on how to repair termite damage, in part 1 , we showed you have to tear out the damaged drywall and put in a new piece and in this video we show you how to put your first coat of drywall mud on the new section of drywall.
Caulking is one of the greatest inventions ever. Its been used in one form or another probably since man tried to build a boat for the first time and probably would have been done with tree sap or tar. The … Continue reading
This is a video done by my future son-in-law of a chandelier I helped him make.
Our daughter just bought her 1st home and there was termite damage that we had to repair. Here is part one of the repair process.
Be sure to check our next post for part 2
Most residential framing is done with wood. Depending on where you live in the country you will be using southern yellow pine, pine, or douglas fir etc. When it is cut down the wood is full of water, when … Continue reading
Adding a Built In will give you valuable attractive storage and can be a a very helpful addition to keep your home organized and clutter free. Unlike free standing units, your Built Ins are custom made to fit the space … Continue reading
A porch can be one of the most enjoyable additions to your home, not only does it add a design feature to the exterior of your home but it is also a room that is meant for relaxing, a comfortable … Continue reading