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Top 100 Framing Projects

  1. 61. Single Girl Double Duty (20:00)

    Marc and team turn a shell of a kitchen into a stunning space.

  2. 62. Blog Cabin: Framing (20:00)

    As Jimmy DiResta heads to Asheville, framing on the cabin is in full swing.

  3. 63. How to Make Wood Framing

    Wood is one of the many types of material that home frames can be made of. Find out how to construct a wooden house frame.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $10,000 - $15,000
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  4. 64. Bath Planning Tips (00:03:56)

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

  5. 65. Metal Stud Wall Framing Tips (03:49)

    Paul Ryan and the homeowner demolish one wall and put up another one.

  6. 66. Swanson Framing Wizard (01:42)

    One tool is a framing, try and miter square, angle finder and saw guide.

  7. 67. Old World Retreat: Framing (20:01)

    Amy combines modern function with old world style in this bathroom update.

  8. 68. Laundry Chute Installation (05:59)

    Host Amy Matthews designs and installs a laundry chute

  9. 69. Blog Cabin -From the Ground Up (03:00)

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

  10. 70. Anglevel (01:11)

    This compact tool is a speed square, level, plumb bob, compass and more.

  11. 71. 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
  12. 72. Daunting Dormer (03:59)

    John helps Donna and Toni save more than 10 grand on their attic redo.

  13. 73. Hitachi Reciprocating Saw (00:01:15)

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

  14. 74. Glass Printed Photos (00:01:23)

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

  15. 75. Semicircular Concrete Pad Tips (05:53)

    Get professional tips for measuring, marking and pouring a concrete pad.

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