Drawing a Live Edge Slab

The following content is syndicated content. August 15th, 2015 in blogs The other day a woodworker sent me a photograph of a live edge slab of walnut. He wanted to know if it could be drawn in SketchUp. Here’s what I came up with.   The image he sent me was a […]

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Basic Slab Cabinet Doors

The following content is syndicated content. If you’re wanting to make a dramatic change to the look of your kitchen, few things can be as effective as replacing the cabinet doors. One of the most basic types of door is the slab cabinet door, most often used in European designs. A slab cabinet door is […]

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Repairing Slab Leaks arn’t Always As Expensive As they Seem

leaky pipes that occur inside walls are can cause anxiety with any property owner “you may have to open walls or ceilings to repair the pipes and the damage the water has inflicted. But when your leaky pipe is inside the concrete of your foundation or floor, you could face a much more expensive repair. While one fix is to re route water around the problem area with new above-ground pipes, epoxy pipe lining often eliminates the need to tear or dig up your concrete foundation or floor by restoring your pipes while they are still inside the concrete.

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