This may seem intuitive, but many Do-It-Yourself enthusiasts and some construction professionals use hammers incorrectly which can damage your tools or result in injury. Taking care to use your hammer properly will ensure that it lasts longer and that your work doesn’t damage the wood or nails.
A traditional three-stud corner means you have to insert attachment screws at an angle which can rip the paper face and may leave a slight bump in the finish – why not learn a better way of doing it! Read on for a new method by the Ol’ Sage Builder.
Recently, one of our clients had to replace their shingles for a third time after another severe hailstorm. Concerned that the repeated re-shingling had damaged their OSB roof sheathing, we forwarded the query to the APA (The Engineered Wood Association) for comment. Find out what they had to say!