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Magazine articles on housing, furniture, appliances, renovation, and woodworking.
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Ryan Murphy
How To: Buy The Best Mattress These days, mattresses come in a dizzying assortment of styles, from foam to flotation to air. So just how do you choose? Here's everything you need to know to get a good night's rest. mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
This Old House Best Trades and Building Specialists 2005 Most contractors no longer do everything from framing to finish flooring. For that, they've got a network of subcontractors, or "subs": plumbers, electricians, painters, roofers, and the like. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
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Fran J. Donegan
Get More Heat from Your Fireplace and Wood Stove Convert your fireplace or wood stove into a pellet stove. Why? Wood pellets burn cleaner than traditional firewood and come in packages that are easier to store and transport than a cord wood. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
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Joseph Truini
Classy Cover-Up Make an old tub surround look new with solid surfacing. You can purchase a prepackaged kit (about $600) and install it yourself. mark for My Articles 104 similar articles
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Jim Buckley
One Hot Fireplace How to build a better fireplace using 18th century engineering. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
October 2005
Max Chafkin
Snooze Survival The Sleeptracker monitors a sleeper's movement and uses the information to deduce the stage in his or her sleep cycle. The alarm goes off just before or after the dream stage, REM sleep. mark for My Articles 128 similar articles
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Leslie Plummer Clagett
Eating In With everything from traditional tables to built-in banquettes, eat-in kitchens feed a growing appetite for convenience and casual dining. One of these designs should suit your dining style and needs. mark for My Articles 67 similar articles
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Tom Perkins
High-tech Craftsman New software has helped this custom cabinetmaker improve the competitive edge of his small business. mark for My Articles 107 similar articles
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Sallie Brady
Expand a Kitchen Without Expanding Your Home's Footprint You can ruin a small house by knocking down walls. But you can also make it more beautiful and functional. The Plan: Converting the first floor of an old house into an open, family-friendly kitchen. mark for My Articles 115 similar articles
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Max Alexander
Some Commonsense Rules for Maintaining a Flat Roof Flat roofs demand more attention than pitched roofs, but as long as you don't damage the roofing material as you work, it's easy to keep them functional. mark for My Articles 39 similar articles
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