It’s important to identify the areas of a remodel which will require a surgical approach—keeping agitation to a minimum while preserving a home's existing components. In this case, we are going to expand an existing opening, and want to preserve the historic lath and plaster cove on the other side.
Existing buildings have the greatest opportunity to change the energy picture in this country, as well as the health and safety of its occupants.
Here are some helpful tips to protect your remodel project from the Pacific Northwest's fickle weather.
This year’s Washington State Energy Code changes have been divided in two: one section for residential and one section for commercial.
Shelli Lucus-Kennedy of American Insurance Associates visits the Dunn Lumber Podcast to discuss risk management, liabilities, and the importance of proper documentation.
Decaying on the original under-framing of this historic front porch requires shoring it up to keep it stable and beautiful for years to come.