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Top 100 Framing Projects

  1. 61. How to Frame the Roof of a Portico

    Adding a portico with a roof is a great addition to the front of a home.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    --
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  2. 62. Boston Garden Sports Bar (03:40)

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

  3. 63. Paslode Finish Nailer (01:03)

    Powered by a battery and a fuel cell, this cordless nailer is a powerhouse.

  4. 64. Laundry Chute Installation (05:59)

    Host Amy Matthews designs and installs a laundry chute

  5. 65. All About Wood Floor Framing and Construction

    DIY Network explains how wood floors are built and what materials are commonly used in their construction.

  6. 66. The Petri Dish Remodel (03:30)

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

  7. 67. Gunstock Carving (00:20:00)

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

  8. 68. Construction Nightmare (03:41)

    John helps Dave and Jess fix some critical mistakes their contractor made.

  9. 69. Framing Out a Room (04:17)

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

  10. 70. Hitachi Reciprocating Saw (00:01:15)

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

  11. 71. How to Install Floor Joists and Deck Boards

    Having established the deck perimeter, the floor joists are finished and the redwood decking is attached.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  12. 72. Building a Workbench (00:02:55)

    A homeowner builds a custom workbench to enhance his garage workshop.

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

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

  14. 74. Makita Framing Nailer (01:50)

    This new pneumatic air nailer hits the nail on the head!

  15. 75. Measure Once, Cut Once? (01:13)

    This framing tool breaks the golden rule of carpentry and construction.

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