Carpentry and new home framing - insulation - drywall - roofing - foundations (block and poured) flooring (wood and ceramic) masonry While I build complete houses I am not qualified in plumbing or electrical.
Have been building new homes for 22 years and run my own company. I do or supervise most of the work.
Have been on home improvement TV shows
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Hi Iani, If you are building an addition the walls should be the same height as the existing house. The roof will overlay the existing - extending the existing roof is not the best idea. I would suggest
Hi Anthony, nice older bungalow. These question would best be discussed with your building department and insulation company. I build in Canada where the building code may be different. Vapour barrier
Hi Curt, You can pour concrete in hot weather - it just sets up quicker which on a footing won't be a problem. I wouldn't cover it unless you're expecting heavy rain. Just level out your footings as
Hi Regan I am not sure where your water is coming from, however, to answer the questions: Typar is not usually double wrapped. All joints are taped. Water drainage is normally required wether
Hi Bob, I prefer to use the metal plates you nail up before drywall. That way you can position the lights properly and run the wires. There is a Roto Zip tool for cutting the holes and plugs. Like a
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