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This Old House Ask This Old House Can I buy thin tile substrate for my bathroom? Absolutely! mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
This Old House
Wilson Rothman
Wi-Fi Versus Your Walls The two essentials of a wireless network are a laptop and a router. The tricky part is accounting for everything that comes in between them -- walls, floors, and even that 30-gallon fish tank. Take our advice. mark for My Articles 259 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
August 2005
Norman Becker
Homeowners Clinic Expert Q & A Filling a crack in concrete... Tightening shaky tool handles... Radio static when oil-burner fires... Software show a 'house of different colors'... Pressure washer guide... Lubrication basics... Moving appliances over sheet flooring... Damping range duct drafts... Project: Refurbing an old boat... mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
This Old House
Sallie Brady
Renovation Inspiration -- A Stunning Kitchen Design When kitchen designer Joan Picone walked into the dreary ground-floor of the 1907 New York City townhouse she'd been charged with transforming into an inspirational kitchen, she instantly flashed on the past and saw a sleekly modern kitchen. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
This Old House
Joe Carter
Building His & Her Own Baths Separate baths give both halves of a couple their own private retreat. mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
This Old House
Sallie Brady
Mixing Furniture Styles in the Kitchen An architect and his cookbook-editor wife build a kitchen with an eclectic, added-onto-over-time look. mark for My Articles 109 similar articles
August 15, 2005
Rock On Fashionable wearables designed by Gerst and awesome limited-edition posters. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
This Old House Garage Remodel Don't settle for open two 2-by-four studs, dim bulbs and intolerable temperatures. Give yourself an automotive playroom that becomes another of your gearhead tools. mark for My Articles 39 similar articles
This Old House
Jason Carpenter
Puzzled by Jigsaws? A jigsaw combines versatility, portability, and finesse to do something other tools can't: cut straight lines or sweeping curves in all sorts of materials. That's why it's a great first saw for a home workshop and the second most popular power-tool purchase. mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
July 2005
Norman Becker, P.E.
Homeowners Clinic Expert Q & A A professional engineer solves readers' dilemmas ranging from tree-root patio bulge to bracing a floor joist under a toilet. mark for My Articles 77 similar articles
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