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How to Destroy Your Fears: Install a Pocket Door

If you need motivation to conquer your fears, try a big project that scares you. Within reason of course, be smart about it, but set a goal and meet it against all odds. So we have this master bathroom, see, and it is so cramped and poorly laid out. And we have a gigantic dog. Neither here nor there. For two and half years, I have yearned for a pocket door to free up some extremely valuable space. And so the swinging door would stop hitting the glass shower doors. You can find…

Expert Tips On Building a Better Deck

Avoid headaches, save time and build a rock-solid deck.

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Free Wood Cabin Plans - Free step by step shed plans

free wood cabin plans

Space-Saving Pocket Doors Making a Comeback - DIY Projects

Have you heard about pocket doors? This space-saving storage option is making a comeback! Do-it-yourself now, with these simple instructions.

PATIO PROJECT {FRAMING AND ROOF}

Well, it's been a few weeks since we've had a patio update. As a reminder or if you're new here, we tore out our previous existing pergola and covered patio and are starting almost from scratch to create a large outdoor living space. The past few weeks have been filled with the framing, roof, and electrical work. I took a photo after each day's work was finished so you can see the progression. The first one shows where we started, with a bit of demo done so the new construction could begin…

How to Build a Porch | Build a Front Porch | Front Porch Addition

The how to build a porch process from the ground up along with our porch design elements to create your perfect porch! Adding a front porch addition can be a great DIY project and can range from the simple to the sophisticated. Our directory of how-to topics for porches covers just about every aspect, from the foundation to the roof and more.

How to Build Deck Stairs

Calculating the step dimensions, laying out stringers and building a sturdy set of deck stairs.

How to build a pocket door... it's easier than you think!

How to build a pocket door - C.R.A.F.T.

How to build a pocket door... it's easier than you think!

Proper deck flashing and 4 other common house code violations.

5 Common Building Code Violations

Check your home for these potentially hazardous situations

Sliding Gate for the Deck.would be great with pets or small children!

Deck Gates For Pets for 2020 - Ideas on Foter

Sliding Gate for the Deck.would be great with pets or small children!

Stair Railing - How to build stair railing for your deck or other carpentry projects.

Stair Railing

Stair Railing - How to build stair railing for your deck or other carpentry projects.

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Connected kitchens: when home automation comes into the kitchen - My Romodel

Most French people like to cook, it’s a fact. But the sometimes hectic pace of daily life does not leave us time to appreciate the time spent behind the stove. Lunch on the go at noon, children who are hungry once their day is over … Sometimes, simmering good food is a challenge! For a …

A veteran pro tells you his favorite deck building tips that speed up the job, increase deck durability and improve quality. The result is a better deck, less hassle and fewer problems.

Expert Tips On Building a Better Deck

Avoid headaches, save time and build a rock-solid deck.

with proper flashing, a wood deck will last many years; without it, the deck and the ledger it

Attaching a New Deck to a House: The Correct Method

Build a deck that will last

Watertight window flashing - Fine Homebuilding Question & Answer

Watertight Window Flashing - Fine Homebuilding

Q: When installing new windows, I believe it is considered good practice to allow the head flashing above the window trim to overhang a little bit on each side. This […]

In De Architectura, Vitruvius suggests a unit rise of between 9 and 10 inches, and a unit run between 18 and 24 inches. To modern tastes, th...

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In De Architectura, Vitruvius suggests a unit rise of between 9 and 10 inches, and a unit run between 18 and 24 inches. To modern tastes, th...