13 Signs You’re About to Hire a Bad Contractor
Mon, Oct 21, 2019
We've all been there. In many cases, like our own, we became do-it-yourselfers after being dissatisfied with a job that was done.
While there are many great contractors, some do leave a bit to be desired.
Glowing reviews on a home service websi... Read More
How to Make Safer, Better Cuts on a Miter Saw
Mon, Sep 23, 2019
The Experts at Building & Construction Professionals explain how to get the most out of your miter saw and share tips on how to cut small pieces, reduce tear-outs and, most important, how to do it all safely. This information is invaluable when you c... Read More
5 Kitchen Flooring Ideas for the Do-It-Yourselfer
Sat, Sep 21, 2019
Ready to update your kitchen? One way to freshen up the look of a kitchen is with new flooring. Whether you’re a fan of wood, tile or vinyl, here are five kitchen flooring ideas from the Family Handyman that are hot right now. Read More
20 Before-and-After Backyard Transformations
Thu, Sep 19, 2019
Whether your dream backyard is designed for entertaining a crowd or just relaxing with a good book, our landscaping and remodeling pros pull out all the stops to take these backyards from blah to breathtaking. Read More
Crown Molding Basics: Tips & Tricks
Wed, Sep 18, 2019
Some DIY’ers have trouble matching the mitered angles and installing the long trim boards along the ceiling. Many find the job frustrating or intimidating, and shy away from the installation. This article takes a look at a basic crown molding install... Read More
The Art of Coping Corners
Thu, Aug 29, 2019
We are often asked 'Why cope corners'? Is it mandatory? Well, yes and no.
For corner pieces, cutting both pieces of trim at 45 degrees makes sense in theory. But in the real world, two walls rarely form a perfect 90-degree angle. So getting two mi... Read More