15 Gauge vs 16 Gauge Finish Nailers

By Robert Robillard

How to Choose A Finish Nailer | What’s The difference? When determining the difference between 15 gauge vs 16 gauge nailers, it’s important to know that the gauge of a nail refers to the diameter of the nail wire. 15 Gauge vs 16 Gauge | Rule Of Thumb When asked what is the difference between 15…

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How to Make Hidden Dado Cuts On Router Table

By Robert Robillard

Drop-Cut Procedure To Make A Hidden Dado A stopped or hidden dado does not run all the way through your board. You use stopped dados in bookcase construction, sliding drawers and shelves, and where ever you want a hidden dado joint. The process of making a hidden dado on a router table is often called a…

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Bubba Kitchen Knives Review

By Scott Arnold

Bubba Kitchen Knives Review Our Weekend Warrior Page covers a variety of topics. From outdoors, indoors, firearms safety to clothing we cover it all. Covering Bubba Knives in the kitchen is where I want to be! Let’s take a look at the 8″ Chef’s Knife as well as the 6.5″ Nakiri Knife Spending time with…

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Smith & Wesson M&P Officer RXP Flashlight Review

By Robert Robillard

Smith & Wesson M&P Officer RXP Rechargeable Flashlight 1098726  This Smith & Wesson M&P Officer RXP flashlight is promoted as a great everyday carry flashlight. When first looking at this light and who might benefit from it,  public safety and the military come to, but so don’t construction trades. Folks in the trades are constantly…

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2021 Holiday Gift Guide – Gifts Under $100

By Scott Arnold

Concord Carpenter’s 2021 Gift Ideas for Under $100 We’ve all struggled to find that one last gift or even that one gift for the person who has everything! We’d like to share our thoughts on what we think would be a good idea for this guy or girl. Every year, we attempt to publish a…

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How To Make and Install Picture Frame Trim

By Robert Robillard

Pre-installing Picture Frame Trim Using a Kreg Jig I get a lot of comments on IG about us installing preassembled trim. Getting window trim miters tight can be a task even for the best carpenters, especially with older plaster or uneven walls. That task gets even more difficult when you’re installing picture frame miters. Over…

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How To Winterize Your Pressure Washer

By Robert Robillard

Steps To Winterize A Pressure Washer As summer ends I often take a weekend day and winterize the exterior of my house, this process always includes winterizing my pressure washer. Well, it wasn’t always that way, I’m one of those guys that have lost at least two pressure washers because I did not winterize them.…

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Fiberglass Vs Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation

By Robert Robillard

Fiberglass Vs Closed Cell Spray Foam – Best Insulation? The debate always surrounds fiberglass vs closed cell spray foam insulation. There are many different types of thermal insulation and the performance characteristics of these materials vary greatly as well.  The most common types of insulation used in modern building practices consist of: Fiberglass batts Mineral wool…

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