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How to Rock an Interior Wall with Cultured Stone

11th May 2009
An interior wall of drywall or plywood can with a few tools, some material and about a weekend(depending on job size), be turned into a conversational masterpiece. You can make a dramatic back splash in your kitchen or rock your entry way...just use your ... Read >
Author: yxpweed

The History of Skateboard Construction

27th April 2009
The first skateboards were completely home made. They we made of planks of wood with roller skate trucks fastened to the bottom. Most early skateboards had t-handle fastened to the top, so in essence they were homemade scooters. The interesting mechanics ... Read >
Author: Knoxville

How to Install Laminate Tile Flooring

17th April 2009
Laminate Tile has become a popular choice for kitchen and bathroom flooring. Installing laminate tile is a straightforward process, easily accomplished by nearly anyone. To install your laminate tile floor, just follow these simple instructions: The... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Bunk Beds -- design and development

16th April 2009
In place of a Bunkie board, some bunk bed designs make use of a tried and true way to support the mattress. The wood slat has been used for many years to support a box spring and mattress combination or even just a mattress. The slats are placed inside th... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Characteristics of Composite Material

09th April 2009
Objects can be classified on the basis of material used for manufacturing. Engineered materials that are made up of more than one material of desired chemical and physical property are called composite material. Composite mainly comprises of materials... Read >
Author: Ryan Marley

Real Oak Floors guide to Wooden Flooring

13th March 2009
1. HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR WOOD FLOORThere are a number of points to check when choosing new wood flooring and some of these will depend on the type of floor available to you: What is your Sub Floor (existing floor)   Do you have under fl... Read >
Author: Ruth Shann

Building Green

04th March 2009
Ecologically friendly building materials are becoming more and more popular. Where a few short years ago, you would have had a hard time finding "green" building materials, today they are plentiful and widely varied. Whether considering a remodel, or a ne... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Things To Consider When Building A Second Floor Addition

28th February 2009
Building a second floor addition onto a single story home has become a very popular option for home owners looking for additional living space without the hassle of uprooting their family. However, you should keep in mind that building any home addition i... Read >
Author: Stefan

Carrom Game and Carrom Powder

07th January 2009
As all of is are aware the carrom game is played on a board made of lacquered plywood, with a 29 inch (74 cm) square playing surface. The edges of the playing surface are bounded by thick wood, and the four corner slots of the board has net nets to hold t... Read >
Author: Sharon Samraj

Make Concrete Blocks--Make Money With Your Home Business

17th December 2008
Concrete blocks are very heavily used in the building trades. A wide variety of projects is built using cement blocks. Home projects such as outdoor fireplaces and barbeques are very often constructed using blocks. Home foundations and garages are anot... Read >
Author: jmowatt

Carrom Accessories and Coins

15th December 2008
The total Carrom game accessories comprise of a Carrom game board, black and white pieces or coins with a red coin, game rules booklet and a striker. Carom board is a wooden square board made of lacquered plywood with smooth surface consists of hardwood b... Read >
Author: Sharon Samraj

Researching Plans for a Homemade Trimaran Sailboat?

04th November 2008
If you're researching plans for a homemade trimaran, then there is good news. Many good plans are available. And a good number were created by very reputable multihull designers/builders. But before buying any of them, you need to know the answers to s... Read >
Author: Joe Farinaccio

How to Make a Shed Ramp

18th July 2008
When you have a shed where you store large pieces of equipment and bicycles, it is almost essential that you have a ramp to make it easier to take these things out and put them back in. You need to make a shed ramp that is solid and will not shudder as if... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

Soundproofing your floor with Green Glue and Dr. Bob

07th July 2008
I have discussed the recycled rubber soundproof floor underlays in previous articles; in this article we will discuss soundproofing your upper level floor using Green Glue and common building materials. First of all Green Glue is a very effective visco el... Read >
Author: DrBobOrther

Build A Concrete Block Machine--Make Money With Concrete Products

19th June 2008
You can start a wonderful business,making concrete products,from your garage. Starting part time you can build your business into a full time profitable enterprise. You have little risk since your job supports you while the business is growing. You can co... Read >
Author: jmowatt
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