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Top 100 Framing Projects

  1. 46. Blog Cabin -From the Ground Up (03:00)

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

  2. 47. Framing (20:00)

    What are the best materials for framing your home?

  3. 48. Backyard Cottage (07:32)

    Paul Ryan demonstrates how to build a rustic backyard cottage from a kit.

  4. 49. Better Your Building Envelope (03:53)

    Secrets to strengthening your home against extreme conditions.

  5. 50. Everything You Need to Know About Walls

    DIY Network looks explains the different elements of your walls

  6. 51. A Closet for All Seasons (20:00)

    A cluttered basement gets a custom, walk in room with a pull out closet.

  7. 52. Blog Cabin Treehouse (03:31)

    Jimmy DiResta is onsite to build a custom traditional-style treehouse.

  8. 53. How To Measure, Cut and Install Rafters

    Learn how to install the pieces that make the top of a pergola.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  9. 54. Power Staplers

    Every workshop needs some form of power stapler even if you are a do-it-yourself beginner. This tool comes in handy in many projects.

  10. 55. FastCap Pro Measuring Tape (01:05)

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

  11. 56. Hitachi Reciprocating Saw (00:01:15)

    Check out this reciprocating saw that cuts down on vibration and kickback.

  12. 57. Sunroom Sanctuary (20:02)

    A young family turns an unused sunroom into a finished living space.

  13. 58. How to Install a Cable-and-Rail Framing System

    Weekend Handyman host Paul Ryan demonstrates how to install a metal cable-and-rail framing system after removing an old knee wall.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $2,500 - $5,000
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  14. 59. Laundry Chute Installation (05:59)

    Host Amy Matthews designs and installs a laundry chute

  15. 60. Gunstock Carving (00:20:00)

    Bill carves scrollwork framing of two mule deers into a client's gunstock.

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