The New American Remodeled home’s interior shows off the latest products and technologies
To showcase its durability, this subfloor went through the iron man of building products
Restored ironwork and a return to French doors in the façade keep the focus of The New American Home on the original home’s core as something that remained true to its period design while also transcending the traditional architecture of its old Orlando neighborhood. The side additions and connecting stone-and-brick terraces project a timeless estate feel that fits Florida, but would be equally at home in the Northeast or Midwest.
Carefully chosen and finely detailed products define the 2018 New American Remodel
Want a few grand and a free trip to Italy?
This inspiring modernization of an 80-year-old historical structure holds lessons any remodeler can put to work
A mortar that solved all the problems large-format tiles caused
These metal plates restore strength to joists that have encountered an overzealous plumber
Open-web floor trusses are great for routing utilities, but having to custom order them can hold up a framing schedule. Enter TrimJoist.
The Kasai collection from Italian company Ceramiche Refin is inspired by yakisugi, the ancient Japanese method of charring wood siding to add to its durability and beauty.
Am I recommending you get on a plane and fly to Italy to look at tile? Yes.
Check out the latest looks and trending textures in Italian tile
A stair gauge that belongs in every framing carpenter's toolbox
An adhesive that ensures quieter subfloors, resulting in happier clients
The once-popular sunken living room gets a modern makeover to one floor level
New state-of-the-art manufacturing and printing techniques have resulted in much more intriguing and versatile tiles.