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Closet Designers, Woodworkers: Does Your Web Site Suck?

By Denise Butchko Posted: 03/13/2014 9:16AM

Outdated websites are common in the woodworking and design/build industries. Learn how to make free updates with Houzz.com.


IKEA Creates Closet for Costume Player

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 03/10/2014 10:57AM

IKEA Singapore did a closet makeover for a costume closet providing storage space for costumes, shoes and collectibles.


How To Make A Thick Countertop Out Of Thin Wood

By Scott Wunder Posted: 03/09/2014 11:35AM

Woodworkers are asked to make some magic happen from time to time. Often, it involves stretching lumber to make a project even possible, such as this large island countertop made from a customer's small walnut tree.


What's in a Name? Try $2.5 Million for 'Cabinets.com'

By Bill Esler Posted: 03/07/2014 3:32PM

An e-commerce advantage in the cabinet industry is open to whomever nails down Cabinets.com, and the asking price is a cool $2.5 million for what is said to be one of the most searched terms in cabinetry. Is that even true?




Woodworking Blues: Catching Up on the Latest Design Trends

By Denise Butchko Posted: 03/07/2014 9:07AM

As a custom woodworker, knowing the latest design trends is a crucial part of getting and keeping the business.


Simple Green Is Super Mean (in a Good Way)

By Scott Wunder Posted: 03/06/2014 8:11PM

I have used oven cleaner in the past to clean saw blades, how could I have guess Simple Green would also work?


Renovating a Kitchen? What’s Your Plan for the Waste?

By Manny Neves & Anderson Hines Posted: 03/04/2014 6:02PM

Demolishing a kitchen to install something entirely new can be an exciting experience. It is strangely empowering to grab a sledgehammer and bring down a wall or to watch a demolition crew totally gut a kitchen space. But have you given enough thought to what are you going to do with your construction garbage?


Making a Case for a Wood Heating Policy

By Chuck Ray Posted: 03/04/2014 12:30PM

Our research found that the best opportunity for converting commerical and industrial boilers to wood may be in highly-populated areas that have an abundance of commercial and industrial development and are fairly near to abundant sources of woody biomass.


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