13 Low-Light Video Surveillance Tips to Enlighten Your Solutions
From processing power to lens selection to proper positioning, here are 13 tips to help shed light on proper installation of cameras in low-light conditions.
How to Pick Your Brick
This video will help you pick the prefect brick for your dream home in 7 easy steps. Brick can be used on the exterior as well as the interior of a home.
How Often Should You Clean Your Shutters?
Read this article for more information about how and when to clean your shutters.
McCoy's Building Supply: How to Build a Raised Garden Bed
Learn how to build a raised garden bed that will be the perfect addition to any yard. For product info & project tips or to learn more about McCoy’s “Born to...
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Glowing Garage Doors Turn On the Curb Appeal
Every homeowner in the 116-lot Pennsylvania community has requested the upgraded doors, says Alden Homes.
Tips For Bathroom Remodeling on A Tight Budget
Refreshing your bathroom with a remodel project is a great way to add value and update your home. However, the costs can seem too high, and may hold you back from tackling such a project. Here are some bathroom remodeling … Continue reading →
How Lumber Is Cut and Graded
If you’ve ever wondered why a two by four doesn’t actually measure two inches by four inches or what the grading stamp B&BTR means, you’re probably not alone. Unless you learn to speak the language, a trip to the lumberyard can seem like visiting a foreign country. The best way to begin is by understanding how lumber is made in the first place. Sawmill Basics When logs are sawed into boards, they’re cut to rough dimensions equal to their full thickness and width. While most lumber is sawed into either one inch or two inch thick planks, other dimensions are available as well. For this reason the thickness is often expressed in quarter inch increments with one inch referred to as 4/4 and two inch as 8/4. Softwood lumber is usually cut in…
Cleaning Between the Oven Door Glass
Quickly and easily clean between your oven glass with no tools.
5 Expert Tips for Staining a Deck
Five expert tips from Consumer Reports for staining a deck and making it last.