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You may not think this is a building and remodeling topic, but it is. This is a look back in time as to how your ancestors moved logs around to build their houses, moved rocks to clear land, etc. I URGE you to read the COMMENTS below once you've watched Dick the horse respond to […]

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With fall in the air, the weather can get colder and wetter. You need to consider how to protect your home construction building materials from the elements. Manufactured housing options can save time when doing home construction late in the building season.

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Many homeowners experience mold and mildew on their lumber as houses are built or room additions are constructed. The good news is the lumber is going to be fine and there's rarely any damage to the wood. If it's just surface mold or mildew, it will clean off.

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Lumber drying is accomplished in a lumber drying kiln. Kiln dried lumber has reduced moisture content, but the dried lumber does not reach 0% moisture.

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Tim Carter, of AsktheBuilder.com, demonstrates how to mount a piece of wood onto a concrete wall. The use of special nails make the job simple.

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