How the Construction Industry Has Changed Recently

November 29, 2013

The construction industry is changing in what consumers are looking for; the green building movement is gaining momentum as people are exploring ways to use eco-friendly materials and alternatives to new builds. Many urban areas are using innovative ways to create homes and buildings suitable for new businesses by using already existing structures, giving clients

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Construction is Expected to Improve in 2014

November 27, 2013

There is a growing trend of construction that is expected in 2014, and Kansas City lumber is expected to play a large part in that growth. As one of the best in green building materials, themselves in ever increasing demand, wood is going to play a significant role in the overall growth in US new

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Tips for Using Your Jigsaw When Cutting Wood

November 25, 2013

A jigsaw is an incredibly versatile tool when it comes to cutting out intricate designs or making precise cuts. Still, they do take some practice to get used to. Here are a few suggestions to help you do that and get the most out of your powered jigsaw: Always Keep the “Shoe” on the Wood –

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How Wood Walls Can Warm Up Your Home

November 18, 2013

Whether the deep, dark tones of mahogany or the bright, lively shine of knotted pine, there’s no doubt that the color and texture of wood adds a warmth to any room it touches. Here are just a few ways to incorporate this wonderful material into your home décor: Accent Wall – From traditional through mid-modern

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What Finishes Are Best for Protecting Wood From Moisture?

November 12, 2013

Whether you’re creating wood pieces for indoors or outdoors, they’re all affected by moisture in one way or another. While outdoor pieces are generally susceptible to more moisture fluctuations, indoor pieces experience more significant changes than most people think. To combat moisture-related damage, choose the right finish for your wood pieces. Outdoor Pieces Outdoor pieces

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Cherry vs. Alder: Knowing What Wood is Right for You

November 7, 2013

Cherry and alder look very similar in their raw state, but depending on what working project you’ve got going, there’s likely one type of wood that will be better for you. Use this brief guide to figure out whether cherry or alder is right for you. Choose Your Grain Pattern Depending on what you’re using

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