Kevin Kilpatrick, founder and publisher, introduces Pros to a new media platform – Pro Masonry Guide – that provides how-to construction articles, tools and products, and much more. It’s the first bi-lingual masonry magazines, newsletter and website. Kilpatrick also updates listeners about Pro Construction Guide and Constru-Guia al dia. Podcast: Play in new window […]
An installer’s job isn’t finished once the crown molding is on the wall. Here are 10 post-placement tasks that will elevate the project from finished to flawless. Spackle, don’t caulk, nail holes. If you hide the nail holes in the molding with caulk, it most likely will leave a small dimple once it’s dry because […]
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Installing tile in a shower wall and floor without the proper prep work can result in leaks, mold and expensive repairs down the road. Here are step-by-step instructions for prepping a shower for tile correctly. Step 1 Check stud walls Check every stud wall in the shower to make sure they’re plumb, not protruding and […]
Although most Americans recognize hazards in outdoor air such as smog, allergens, and ground-level ozone, many aren’t aware that home air quality issues can be just as dangerous. In fact, indoor environments are two to five times more toxic than outdoor air, according to the EPA. This means that a home can be unhealthy for residents, […]
Determine which planer you should use whether a surface planer, jointer or handheld power planer largely depends on what you need to accomplish, for though they’re all planers, they have different expertise.
Table saws are undeniably the kings of rip cuts on the jobsite and in shops but which is the best portable jobsite table saw? The concept is simple: Place a motor below a solid table to turn a blade somewhere in the 4,000-5,000 rpm range through the surface and watch the sawdust fly. But how […]