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Top 100 Framing Projects

  1. 46. Blog Cabin Fever - Time Lapsed (00:00:23)

    Take a look behind the scenes as the walls of the cabin go up.

  2. 47. Boston Garden Sports Bar (03:40)

    Design a sports bar that is ideal place for having drinks with friends.

  3. 48. Glass Printed Photos (00:01:23)

    See how to skip framing and print your photos directly onto glass.

  4. 49. Bath Planning Tips (00:03:56)

    Smart planning is a must for saving time and money on a bathroom remodel.

  5. 50. The Basics of Framing A Two-Story House

    DIY Network offers basic tips for framing a two-story house.

  6. 51. Paslode CF-325 Nail Gun (01:09)

    Here's a cordless nail gun with some cool new features for fast nailing.

  7. 52. Rough Carpentry (03:55)

    Carpenters have only four hours to frame small structures they designed.

  8. 53. Plumb-It Extendable Level (01:16)

    This is a must-have tool for doing any kind of framing work.

  9. 54. How To Assemble, Cut and Install Lintels for a Pergola

    Learn how to install lentils, which are the pieces that form the outside of the grid on top of a pergola.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  10. 55. 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
  11. 56. Blog Cabin -From the Ground Up (03:00)

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

  12. 57. Framing (20:00)

    What are the best materials for framing your home?

  13. 58. Energy Efficient Home (04:22)

    Take a look inside one of the most energy-efficient homes in the country.

  14. 59. How to Replace a Windowsill

    Complete instructions for removing and replacing an old, rotting windowsill.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  15. 60. FastCap Pro Measuring Tape (01:05)

    No way you'll forget the measurements taken with this carpenter's tool.

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