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By contrast, a curtain wall provides no significant structural support beyond what is necessary to bear its own materials or conduct such loads to a bearing wall. Load-bearing walls are one of the earliest forms of construction. The development of th
I wouldn't use miter joints for a project like this anyway -- they're mainly for appearance, not strength. Unless you want it to look pretty I'd stick with lap-type joints, where the pieces overlap each other. Then you can just screw them together wi
I already have the design sketched out and have figured out how much material I need, but now I'm stuck with this question: what sort of saw should I invest in to cut the 2x4s (I plan on either purchasing the plywood pre-cut or else having it cut to
You say it's an old house. I suppose that if the siding was practically at the end of it's rope, plastering it with wood filler might extend its life a few years. I helped replace the siding on an old barn once that was practically plastered with put
It may be very difficult to remove this. Wood and water are generally not good companions. On top of that oak is a very porous wood and the water and accompanying discoloration that it leaves behind may very well have penetrated down into the wood mo
CONFAST® Wedge anchors are designed to be used in solid concrete. They should never be used in CMU block or brick base material. These anchors are available in a wide range of diameters ranging from 1/4” to 1-1/4”
I'd rather make this a comment on Hightower's answer, but I don't have the reputation. I also don't have access to a tool for drawing nice pictures right now. For simplicity, I would recommend screwing through the base / top into the legs, with the f
Pictures: http://imgur. com/a/WK7nP (please try to ignore the large amounts of dust/dog hair) I have a fairly cheap tv cabinet / AV rack that I assume is made with particle board. It is sectioned of into spaces for stereo / AV equipment
Inexpensive or Mobile: This is a rented place, I don't want to spend too much money into this if I cannot move/reuse the materials to a new place. So, my questions are, which material is best for my use case? Steel cage with plywood walls? or Steel c
For example, a waterproof, vinyl wall panel may be ideal for your bathroom, yet look too cheap for your living room. With so many materials and faux styles of decorative wall panels available, such as brick, bamboo, wood and fabric, it's usually quit