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How to Build a Concrete Countertop for Exterior Structures: Part 3 - Staining and Sealing

Applying stain and sealer adds color depth as well as protection from spills and stains.

How to Use a Drywall Panel Lift to Install Drywall By Yourself

Drywalling a room from floor to ceiling used to be a team effort, but with the help of a Drywall Lift anyone can drywall an entire room on their own.

What is the Best Trowel for Bricklaying?

Brick Trowels are essential tools for laying brick, but knowing which option is the best fit for your project can be a challenge. We break down crucial points to make this decision easy.

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Simplifying the process of taping and mudding drywall

Have you ever wondered if there is a simple way to tape and mud drywall seams? Today we will be going over the steps involved, and giving you a couple of different methods you can use. First, we will talk about the traditional method of taping and mudding, and then we will discuss the time-saving method of using a tape shooter.

Use a Tile Cutter for Your Next Tile Project!

Are you planning a tiling project and wonder if you should consider tile cutters? If so, you’ve come to the right place. We will be discussing everything you want to know about tile cutters and why you will want to choose them for your next project.

How to Build a Concrete Countertop for Exterior Structures: Part 3 - Staining and Sealing

Applying stain and sealer adds color depth as well as protection from spills and stains.

How to Build a Concrete Countertop for Exterior Structures: Part 2 - Mixing and Pouring the Concrete

Raw materials for concrete countertops are available at most home centers.

How to Build a Concrete Countertop for Exterior Structures: Part 1 - Building Forms

Concrete counters are easy to make, durable, and weather resistant.

What are the Advantages of using Flooring Cutters?

If you are getting ready to install new plank flooring you may ask yourself, what is the difference in the cut between a miter saw and a cutter? A miter saw is a powered circular saw, while a flooring cutter will shear the width of the plank by using leverage. While there are advantages to both forms of “cutting”, we would like to point out the advantages of using flooring cutters.