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How to Cool Your House Down

Learn how to cool down your home by using this simple trick with plywood.

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  1. How to Get Tearout-Free Crosscuts on Plywood


    One of the hazards of crosscutting plywood on the table saw is the unsightly tearout you get where the blade exits the material. Bruce Kieffer demonstrates a great technique that results in smooth, tearout-free cuts.

  2. How to Clean a Furnace Filter


    Keep your furnace working as efficiently as possible by following these simple steps.

  3. Ceramic Tile on Wood Floor


    Tim Carter, of http://www.askthebuilder.com, demonstrates tips you should know before installing ceramic tile over plywood or OSB.

  4. Furnace Tune Up


    For most of us, we never really give our furnaces much thought. As long as our homes are a comfortable temperature, we rarely venture down to the basement to see how it’s doing. When something goes wrong, then it’s a completely different story. Did you know that a regular tune up will help your furnace run more efficiently and save you money on your heating and cooling bills? Just like a car needs regular tune ups to ...

  1. How to Install Edging for Plywood

    We'll show you how to add solid wood nosing to plywood shelves, bookcases and cabinets to cover up the ugly edge that plywood leaves. Applying the nosing will give your projects an attractive, finished edge. This article covers everything a DIYer needs to know to install the nosing.

  2. Understanding Plywood Grades

    We take the mystery out of the plywood grading system and show you what you will get in each grade. The higher the grade the better quality you should expect.

  3. Garage Storage Projects: Plywood Rack

    This storage rack protects your full and partial sheets of plywood and keeps them within easy reach. It also works great for storm window, paneling and other large flat items.

  4. Create Circular Saw Cutting Guides for Plywood

    We show you out seven best tips for making smoother, straighter and more accurate cuts on big sheets of plywood . Your circular saw can cut just as well as a table saw.

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