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A Short Course on Cladding: Part 1

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Energy-Efficient Retrofit at the Lyman Estate

Thumbnail image for Energy-Efficient Retrofit at the Lyman Estate An energy-saving retrofit at a National Historic Landmark demonstrates how old-house owners can increase efficiency with minimal disruption.
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Finding James Madison’s Montpelier

Thumbnail image for Finding James Madison’s Montpelier A world-class sleuthing effort has gone into restoring James Madison's beloved house. The result is one of the best unmuddlings in recent history.
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Forged Iron

Thumbnail image for Forged Iron “Long before the factory system, long before mass production, there was the blacksmith,” Ted Ferringer reminds us.
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Getting to Know Artful Glass

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How to Fix Sagging Floors

Thumbnail image for How to Fix Sagging Floors Understanding the common structural shortcomings that cause floors to sag and what to do about them.
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How To Install a Faux Slate Roof

Thumbnail image for How To Install a Faux Slate Roof A carpenter's step-by-step re-roofing guide simplifies a daunting project.
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How To Lay Linoleum Tile

Thumbnail image for How To Lay Linoleum Tile As linoleum returns in popularity for the eco set, creative installation steps make it the ideal flooring for period kitchens.
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How To Remove Rust

Thumbnail image for How To Remove Rust Make rusted iron elements as good as new again in 4 simple steps.
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How to Repair a Stone Wall

Thumbnail image for How to Repair a Stone Wall When masonry buildings need repairs, a few simple tools—and some practice—will make them good as new again.
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How to Repair Leaded Glass

Thumbnail image for How to Repair Leaded Glass Learn to repair your home's old leaded glass by following along with a fearless DIYer.
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How To Repair Pocket Doors

Thumbnail image for How To Repair Pocket Doors How to restore the smooth roll and click of the perfect pocket door.
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How To Restore Painted Wood Floors

Thumbnail image for How To Restore Painted Wood Floors A few days' work can leave wide boards beautiful for decades.
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How To Restore Sash Windows

Thumbnail image for How To Restore Sash Windows Restoring your home's original sash windows is easier than it seems. We follow a Texas window restorer to get her tricks of the trade.
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How to Shop for Architectural Salvage

Thumbnail image for How to Shop for Architectural Salvage The opportunities for acquiring architectural salvage have never been better, but old-house owners can expect stiff competition for those materials.
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How To Weatherize Your Windows

Thumbnail image for How To Weatherize Your Windows Learn how to keep warm throughout the winter with thermal tune-ups for your windows.
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Mapping Out a Restoration

Thumbnail image for Mapping Out a Restoration From the Civil War to Nixon, the Sanborn Fire Insurance Company's maps meticulously documented buildings in thousands of cities. Today, they can be invaluable for uncovering your home's long-lost historical details.
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Painting Double-Hung Sash

Thumbnail image for Painting Double-Hung Sash Carelessly painted windows are frequently stuck forever and one regrettable reason homeowners purchase replacements. Neither the prep nor the painting is complicated, however.
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