Recent Blog Posts

  • Making Good Use Of Bad Cuts

    June 1, 2012
    Even the most skilled carpenter can make an error, but just because an error occurs, doesn't mean the job is ruined. If you make a bad cut on an angled piece of moulding, correct the error by making a clean cut on the inside of the defect.
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  • Know Your Wood When Selecting Paint

    June 1, 2012
    How well exterior paints and stains adhere to wood is a direct result of wood properties and the various manufacturing processes. Dense wood shrinks and swells more than light wood, which stresses paint and solid-color stains and causes them to chip or peel prematurely.
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