DEAR TIM: My wife wants me to build a wood table our family could gather around for feasts. She desires a contemporary design using ceramic tile with the tile inset into the center of the table. Have you done this before and what should I be aware of? Can I grout the ceramic tile since […]
Door knobs are a fairly simple mechanical device found in just about every home, unless you live in a barn. In older homes built before the great WW II, most every knob was connected to a thin metal box that was carefully fit into the edge of the door. These full-mortise lock sets require great […]
Have you ever noticed a white stain on the body of a faucet, inside of your toilet bowl, on your countertop or glass shower door or your car hood after water droplets from your plumbing system evaporate? Perhaps you’ve seen a white crusty mineral buildup on the tip of a faucet or shower head. In […]
Air Leaks in homes account for a sizable amount of energy loss. Many air leaks are found around the edges of windows where the window frame meets the interior and exterior wall surfaces and window trim. Here’s how to solve the problem. Degree of Difficulty: Step One: Do a quick inspection of the inside and […]
Building a workbench can be quick and simple. There are several factors to consider before building workbenches. The workbench size and height are two important considerations. A long-lasting, sturdy workbench can be built in 30 minutes.
This carpenter bench doubles as a storage bench and provides more stability than saw horses for your job. A cut list is provided to help you build your own workbench with space for tool storage as well.
These 3d illustrations show you how my bench is assembled. This workbench can be used as a storage bench for your tools as well. Carpenters' work benches with these features work better than clumsy saw horses.