Monthly Archives: March 2016

Questions, questions – 2, March 28, 2016

In the last post I said I would review basement insulation.  I did discuss insulation with Roxul Comfortbatt and Comfortboard in previous posts (March 2 and March 9) where I proposed a few solutions for insulating an interior basement space. … Continue reading

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Questions, questions (1)….March 24, 2016

As I have mentioned, I welcome questions from current students and graduates….you asking questions helps me keep this blog alive and dynamic and also encourages you to participate in a forum that is supposed to be focussed on what is interesting … Continue reading

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In the news. March 20, 2016

I was reading the Montreal Gazette this past weekend (when I was not hard at work doing my taxes!!!) and came across this article on the new Champlain Bridge: Workers put the hammer down on new Champlain Bridge Pretty interesting, … Continue reading

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More great ideas! March 14, 2016

So here is a great idea for every aspiring carpenter! As you know, we have a number of table saws in our shop: two big Deltas, a large stationary table saw in the Interior Finish department, a gigantic panel saw … Continue reading

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Basement Insulation, 2 March 10, 2016

Part two of the series.  In the previous post we discussed starting with the walls.  Now it is time for the floors. There are a lot of good product out there that work well and will make your life simple. … Continue reading

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Basement Insulation, March 9, 2016

I just love it when you, my faithful readers, give me a topic to work with on the blog! Firstly because it helps me address issues that are pertinent to you, and secondly because it is hard to keep coming … Continue reading

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