Steel Drum Fire Pit – How to Build

By Rob Foster

There is Something Primal About Fire Sure, it completely changed human evolution and for so many years it was the primary source of heat for the vast majority of the world’s population. While indoor fire places and pot belly stoves are still good sources of single room heat, they have gone by the wayside as…

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Installing Snow Melting Mats

By Michael Hopp

Warmup Snow Melting Mats Review Winter in New England brings snow, ice and a sled load of safety issues to your driveway and walkways.  With Snow Melting Mats, old man winter is an issue of the past.  Snow melting mats can be placed under asphalt, concrete and pavers. Installing Warmup Snow Melting Mats We use Warmup…

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Rockler Router Table Fence 58215

By Robert Robillard

Rockler Router Table Fence, Model 58215 Review For as little as it takes to get set up, and short money a router table and adjustable fence takes your work shop router to the next level. Next to the table saw, it’s easy to see why this workshop workhorse is often one of the first and…

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Building A Sliding Barn Door

By Robert Robillard

Building and Installing a Sliding Door Today it seems like every home décor magazine and Pinterest board is covered with sliding barn door ideas. Whether it’s a modern, industrial-style door or a more rustic, country design, or something in between, I am seeing more and more interest in this trend from clients. Sliding barn doors…

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Basic Tool Maintenance with 3-in-One Multipurpose Oil

By Phil Benevides

Basic Tool Maintenance with 3-in-One Multipurpose Oil Regular tool maintenance rarely seems to be regular. Often it isn’t until you start to notice rust on a piece of equipment before maintenance becomes a priority. Well basic tool maintenance with 3-in-One multipurpose oil simplifies this task. This simple basic tool maintenance how-to will show you the…

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Home Bar Trends

By Robert Robillard

Staying Trendy: A Checklist of Current Home Bar Features Written by Barstool Comforts It’s no secret that the kitchen and living room are two of the most important, functional rooms in any home. But what about when you’re entertaining? Sure, you could squish your guests onto a love seat or have them huddled around the…

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Cleaning Stone Masonry

By Jeff Williams

Cleaning Stone Masonry Stone is a building material as old as man himself. It was used as the some of the first tools as well. It is a very durable and attractive material. I works very well to construct building facades. It is attractive by itself or when used as an accent in a brick…

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Curb Appeal

By Robert Robillard

Selling or Flipping a House? Think Curb Appeal! Improving the curb appeal means making a quicker sale and also getting closer to your asking price. As a carpenter I frequently get called in to assist in this process from folks selling their home or flipping a house. Here’s what I’ve gleaned over the years: Secure Financing…

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