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    Reasonably priced and sturdy, these boxes allow for convenient storage of small parts and fasteners.

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    A light vest that is good by itself and for layering.

  • Carhartt Soft Shell Hybrid Jacket

    A water-resistant jacket that’s tough enough for work and good-looking enough for play.

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    A few weeks back I wrote about Blaklader work pants, but I've also been wearing the company's Two Fisted Fleece Jacket. I prefer it to the regular fleece I used to wear because it's resistant to wind and water, and has a number of construction-specific features designed into it...

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    It rains a lot in the Pacific Northwest and we can't stop working just because it is wet. I don't mind working in the rain, but I do mind being uncomfortable – so for me, good rain gear is an important part of my tool kit.

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  • Window Installation

    Before I became a field-training consultant for builders, I was a builder and remodeler. Even then, long before mold was a hot topic, it bothered me how many different methods were used to install windows. Stucco guys did it one way, East Coasters another, and production framers in California had...

  • Masonry Magic: Installing Manufactured Stone Products

    You can install manufactured stone on interior and exterior applications over most types of construction surfaces, and you don't need wall-ties, footings, or special structural support to hold the stone -- even in earthquake regions.