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Learn how to properly clean your paint brush

How to Clean a Paint Brush - Fine Homebuilding

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Contaminants and extreme temperatures can severely affect the life and performance of your lubricants

Deck-rail support

Deck-rail support

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How 3D Printing is Affecting the Construction Industry

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Architect Plans to 3D Print 2400-sq.-ft. Home

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Navigate new water heater regulations | Pro Builder

Navigate new water heater regulations

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Patching holes in textured drywall

Patching holes in textured drywall

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Painting window sash

Painting window sash

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with General contractor Tom Silva | thisoldhouse.com | from How to Insulate an Attic

How to Insulate an Attic

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with general contractor Tom Silva | thisoldhouse.com | from How to Insulate a Basement

How to Insulate a Basement

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How to caulk like a pro

How to Caulk Like a Pro - How to Nest for Less™

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DIY Tutorial: How to Fix a Cracked Corner. Learn how to repair drywall to strengthen a weak corner and hide unattractive cracks.

How to Repair Holes in Drywall

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Pro Tile Tips: before doing anything in a room where walls can get wet put a water resistant behind it to ensure no mold can get to the dry wall. Genius!

Pro Tile Tips: The Family Handyman

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MESSANA AIR-RAY CONDITIONING LLC

MESSANA AIR-RAY CONDITIONING LLC

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Ceiling Panel Heating and Cooling Makes Its East Coast Debut | Builder Magazine

Ceiling Panel Heating and Cooling Makes Its East Coast Debut | Builder Magazine

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Construction Industry Safety Coalition report finds proposed silica standards will cost US construction industry $5 billion per year; urges OSHA to withdraw proposed rule

Report: OSHA Underestimated Cost of Silica Rule by $4.5 Billion a Year

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A clever beadboard-wainscot corner

A clever beadboard-wainscot corner

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Triple-glazed European window

Passivhaus Windows

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Minor home improvements pay off in higher home values | Proud Green Home

Minor home improvements pay off in higher home values

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3 ways to generate electricity at home | Proud Green Home

3 ways to generate electricity at home

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with General contractor Tom Silva | thisoldhouse.com | from How to Make Your Gutters Leaf-Proof

How to Make Your Gutters Leaf-Proof

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with senior technical editor, Mark Powers | thisoldhouse.com | from How to Install Wainscoting

How to Install Wainscoting

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Trends in Decking: Wood vs. Composite | Pro Builder

Trends in Decking: Wood vs. Composite

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Concrete cracks for various reasons including plastic concrete shrinkage and settlement, thermal contraction, drying shrinkage and loading of the structure. Because the tensile strength of concrete is only about 10 percent of the compressive strength, even small tensile stresses associated with shrinkage and loads can crack concrete. Regardless of the cause, cracks in new structures typically raise concerns about an increased risk of rebar corrosion and premature concrete damage, especially if the structure is exposed to moisture. Historically, there have been two theories related to cracks and steel reinforcement corrosion: Theory 1 - Cracks significantly reduce the service life of structures by permitting access of carbon dioxide, chlorides, water and oxygen to the reinforcing steel that accelerate the onset of reinforcement corrosion. Theory 2 – While cracks may accelerate the onset of corrosion, it is localized and confined to the bar area intersected by the...

Delve Into Two Theories Related to Cracks and Rebar Corrosion

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Labor-saving deck-building strategy

Labor-saving deck-building strategy

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