Fascinating Way to Build Your Own Sawhorse

May 18, 2015

One of the great things about woodworking as a hobby is that there isn’t usually just one way to build something. You can find all kinds of different methods for building one project. For example, the following is a unique way to build a sawhorse. This particular sawhorse is built in a Japanese style. One

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Good News for Contractors: More People are Seeking Renovations in Their Homes

April 30, 2015

The number of homeowners looking to renovate their homes is expected to increase exponentially this year. According to a contractor study that included 5,000 architects, remodelers, interior designers and more that took place in the beginning of this year, a large majority reported increased revenue and a positive rate of growth last year. Around 40

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Got a Project in Mind? How to Choose the Perfect Wood

April 27, 2015

Are you in the midst of planning out your next wood project? If so, then the first step, and one of the most important steps, is to choose the right wood. The following are a few tips for choosing the right wood for your project: Choosing the right wood can be a difficult process. If

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Why Wood Works for Countertops

March 12, 2015

There are a lot of options to consider when choosing a material for your kitchen countertops, from stainless steel to concrete to granite. However, one material that has recently seen a resurgence in popularity is wood. Traditional Kitchen via Houzz Wood helps to provide a much warmer appearance than the cold look of stainless steel, and it

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Construction Salaries Are Going Up

July 21, 2014

Even after the recession ended and the economy began to recover, wages have risen very unevenly across all industries – something that isn’t very common. Over the course of history, the recovery of an economy would usually lead to more uniform pay raises. Fortunately, wages are beginning to rise within the construction industry. On average,

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Using Wood for Retaining Walls in Your Yard

July 11, 2014

If you’re looking to add more safety and security to your yard, then you should think about putting up a wood retaining wall. The following are a few tips for putting up a wood retaining wall on your own: Use wood stakes and nylon strings in order to set up a representation of height and

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Good Woods to Use Outside

June 17, 2014

Are you thinking about using wood for your home’s outdoor area, whether it’s to build a deck, fence, furniture, or any other outdoor feature? If so, you’ll want to find wood in Kansas City that is durable, can withstand the elements, and is also easy on the eyes. The following are a few woods that

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Building a Deck? Make Sure It's Safe

June 2, 2014

When adding a deck to your home it’s important that safety is your number one priority. The last thing you want to happen is for your deck to collapse while someone is using it after all. The following are the steps to take to safely attach your deck to your home: You need to make

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Construction Spending Has Continued Upward

April 2, 2014

When the economy was down the nation was building fewer homes. Now that the economy has picked up again we’re seeing a continued upward trend in terms of the number of residential properties being built, and how much contractors and homeowners are spending to build homes. In 2014, this trend is expected to climb higher

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A Handmade Coat Rack is a Great Addition to a Foyer

March 18, 2014

Looking for a foyer coat rack that doesn’t require holes in the drywall? It only takes a few spare hours and a little bit of skill to build a wonderful handcrafted standing coat rack perfect for any size foyer or front hallway. First select a good sturdy wood such as oak. The last thing you want are

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