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Top 100 Framing Projects

  1. 16. All About the Roof Structure and Framing

    DIY Network explains the different parts of common roofing structures and the types of roof designs.

  2. 17. How to Repair a Load-Bearing Beam

    Follow these instructions to properly repair a damaged load-bearing ceiling beam.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  3. 18. Components of a House Frame

    DIY Network host Jeff Wilson offers information about the different components that make up a house frame.

  4. 19. Blog Cabin: Up in a Flash (00:17)

    Watch the building of the Blog Cabin in this time-lapse video.

  5. 20. Two-Faced Miter Gauge

    DIY Cool Tools and Techniques host David Thiel discusses a very special miter gauge to complement a table saw.

  6. 21. Frame by Frame: One-Story vs. Two-Story Framing

    DIY Network offers information on the differences and similarities between framing a single-story home and a two-story home.

  7. 22. Wood Magnet (01:18)

    Swanson's Wood Magnet is a level that attaches directly onto a two-by-four.

  8. 23. Family Bath Expansion- Part 1 (20:01)

    Creating a bathroom space suitable for a family of six.

  9. 24. Updated Patio Pergola Posts (00:01:00)

    Reshape pergola columns by framing around them creating a fresh new look.

  10. 25. Over Extension (20:01)

    The guys have to pick up the slack and frame an outdoor extension.

  11. 26. Framing Out a Room (04:17)

    DeSilvia and Palanca demonstrate some basics of framing a room properly.

  12. 27. Striker (00:00:56)

    Never sharpen a carpenter's pencil again with this mechanical version.

  13. 28. Hanging Drywall (02:15)

    You can save hundreds or thousands of dollars by hanging drywall yourself.

  14. 29. The Petri Dish Remodel (03:30)

    The Whiteleys learn the hard way not to remodel during cold and flu season.

  15. 30. Schonstedt XTpc Locator (00:03:17)

    Use this tool to locate your water lines and cable lines before digging.

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