This past Monday was a national holiday. Here in New Hampshire, it's always the last day of the massive Sandwich Fair. I'd never been to this cornucopia of humanity, animals and fried dough, so Kathy and I went to the fair on Saturday with my youngest daughter and her best friend who was in town […]
In this newsletter, the response to my "What's Best in Life" newsletter, drilling or chipping rock or concrete, stopping wet basements and crawlspaces, building a simple stone-arched bridge, color swatches and I didn't know that about YouTube.
In this newsletter, future projects include a linear french drain, completing the ham shack and antenna, a house-matching firewood shelter, painting interior wall tips, dishwasher damage update, Daredevil success story, reviewing DeWALT and Stanley tools and I didn't know that or did I?
A special issue dedicated to Labor - savings. This newsletter features customer stories on how they use Stain Solver Oxygen Bleach to save anything from a favorite shirt, roofing shingles to an unbelievable love seat.
In this newsletter, the end of summer means get outdoor projects going, a drywall tip on hiding a hump, new tools from the Jet - Powermatic Conference, the Primary Coffee Company, landing on an aircraft carrier and I Didn't Know That.
In this Newsletter, Ask the Builder turns 20 and the 1,000th AsktheBuilder column has been published, 10,000 hours tip, local soap manufacturer, ham radio contacts, deck and dock sealer, looking back on the first 20 years and I Didn't Know That challenge.
In this newsletter, sailing and hiking mini-vacations, Installing a New Window Video Series, tip of the week on Concrete Bleed Water, meet me in Nashville, uneven cooling and heating, dishwasher detergent damage update and I Didn't Know That!
In this newsletter, more of the I Knew That challenge, working the New England Forest Rally, free Daredevil spade bits from Bosch, tips on painting aluminum siding, noticing damage from the dishwashing soap, meet me in Nashville, an amazing video of Bach playing in the forest, and I did/didn't know that.