DIY Outdoor Table: What to do with leftover composite decking?
Are you looking for an inexpensive way to makeover your outdoor space? Here is a DIY outdoor table tutorial that will add to any deck, patio or yard!
How to Cut Stair Stringers: 15 Steps (with Pictures)
Stair stringers are the backbone of any set of stairs. They support the treads and provide the structural support of the stairway. In order to cut your stair stringers perfectly, you need to take the time to measure and lay them out...
How to Cut a Birdsmouth Joint | Fixing Rafters and Joists to Wall Plates
Find out how to cut a Birdsmouth joint and how to fix rafters and joists to wall plates in traditional roofing methods. Cutting a birdsmouth depends on the pitch angle of the roof
Laying Out Basic Stair Stringers - Fine Homebuilding
Former editor and veteran stairbuilder Andy Engel demonstrates the necessary steps, from finding the crown to using the first stringer as a template for the second.
Custom Stairs - Free Standing Stairs designed for Travel Trailers, Stages, Decks and more...
Custom stairs that can be used as rv stairs, free standing stairs, and deck stairs
How to Create a Garage "Mudroom"
Welcome to part 2 of my 3 part garage organization series. Today's all about creating space when you don't have any. Are you lacking a mudroom? Do you have limited space for coats, shoes, and bags? If so, you can create your very own "mudroom" in your garage (even if you're on a budget). As autumn approaches, now is a great time to get your garage organized for the necessities that come along with it (coats, boots, umbrellas, etc).
How to Build a Shed | Building a Ramp, Steps, and Doors for a DIY Shed
If you are looking for how to build a shed ramp, how to build steps for your shed, or how to build shed doors, this step-by-step tutorial provides all the details on how to put these finishing touches on a DIY plywood shed. These easy-to-follow instructions show how you can easily access your storage shed.
Rachel Schultz: WRAPPING A CONCRETE PORCH IN WOOD
We have hit the first step to beautifying our curb appeal. As soon as I can, I want to build a portico of sorts off of the front door. Our house’s vibe needs it and it will make the front look much more soft and balanced. That will be kind of expensive so it may be some time. READ MORE