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Build It | Cedar Deck Box Planter

Posted by in Home Improvement Tips, on May 21, 2017

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Watch the full episode: https://www.thisoldhouse.com/watch/ask-toh-cedar-planter-3d-scan Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva and host Kevin O’Connor build a deck box planter using western red cedar. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Time: 4 hours Cost: $300 Skill Level: Moderate Tools List:
Miter saw
Table saw
Router with 1” roundover bit
Pocket hole jig Shopping List:
4×4 cedar boards
5/4 x 6 cedar boards
1×4 cedar boards
Milk crates
Square foot grow bag
Pocket screws
Wood glue Steps: 1. Cut the 4×4 cedar legs to rough length on the miter saw.
2. At the table saw, cut the 4×4 legs down to 2 ¼” x 2 ¼”.
3. Create a jig that will allow a taper about 8-9” from the bottom, taking off about ½” at the widest point. Run the leg through the table saw to cut the taper on one side, then turn the leg a quarter turn and run a second pass to cut the taper on two sides.
4. Run the outside of the leg through a router with a 1”roundover bit installed (a router table is recommended for this step).
5. Cut the 5/4 stock to rough length on the miter saw, then rip them down on the table saw. The bottom rails will be 5” wide, while the top rail will be 2 ¾” wide.
6. Use a stacked dado blade on the table saw to cut a 3/8” dado on the rails and a 3/8” rabbet on each end of the 1×4 pieces that will serve as the panels.
7. Use a pocket hole jig to cut pocket holes in the rails.
8. Use a spacer on the workbench to recess the rails about ¾” from the edge of the leg, then use pocket screws to attach the top rail to one leg.
9. Space the bottom rail by using a panel piece and allowing an additional 1/8” for expansion, then secure the bottom rail to the leg with pocket screws.
10. Slide the panel pieces between the top and bottom rails, then use a spacer to attach the rails to the second leg. Repeat this process around all four sides.
11. For the top of the planter, use 5/4” stock and cut 45º miters in each corner. Secure with wood glue and pocket screws.
12. With the top piece upside down, bring the planter base in, center it, and then secure it to the top using pocket screws.
13. Build a bottom spacer piece using extra 5/4 stock and attach it to the bottom of the planter at a height that will allow the milk crates to sit flush with the top piece.
14. Add the milk crates to the top, fill with top soil, and plant as desired. The cedar doesn’t require any additional finish—it can be left out to weather. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse
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The Importance of Surge Protection

Posted by in Home Improvement Tips, on May 21, 2017

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Watch the full episode: https://www.thisoldhouse.com/watch/ask-toh-cedar-planter-3d-scan Ask This Old House master electrician Scott Caron demonstrates how surge protection safeguards a home’s appliances and electronics. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Time: less than an hour Cost: $20-$300 Skill Level: Varies Shopping List:
Whole house surge protector
Surge protecting power strip Steps:
1. At the electrical panel, have an electrician install a whole house surge protector.
2. For sensitive electronics like computers and televisions, use a surge protecting power strip, plugged in to a properly grounded outlet. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse
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Interior Design — A Charming Family Home Makeover

Posted by in Home Improvement Tips, on May 20, 2017

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Designer Sabrina Spezio gives us a peek inside her sleek-yet-charming house on the south shore of Montreal. See how she transformed a dark and closed-off space into a bright, modern and inviting hub to fit her family’s lifestyle. Sabrina’s main goal was to open up the floor plan to create a spacious look. She started by tearing down the wall that separated the kitchen from the dining room. Next, she replaced the small window in the kitchen with an oversized patio door leading to the backyard for additional natural light. The mudroom was transformed into a walk-in pantry and custom cabinetry was added in the kitchen to maximize storage. Upstairs, the bathroom was expanded to house a freestanding tub, a walk-in shower and a long vanity. In Sabrina’s son’s bedroom, the two-season sunroom can now be used year round. ———- MORE DESIGN INSPIRATION
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Exploring Diverse Career Opportunities with the Bioenergy Career Map

Posted by in Home Improvement Tips, on May 20, 2017

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The growing U.S. bio-based economy (bioeconomy) is creating opportunities for individuals with a wide range of skills and training while supporting the national strategy to develop diverse domestic energy resources. A knowledgeable and well-trained workforce is essential for developing the domestic bioeconomy to meet future energy demands. The interactive Bioenergy Career Map tool explores the growing network of bioenergy occupations, illustrates potential career pathways, and identifies the education and training necessary for each career. To visit the Bioenergy Career Map, please click on the following link: https://energy.gov/eere/bioenergy/bioenergy-career-exploration-wheel. —
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Interior Design — A Floral Designer’s Cool Creative Loft

Posted by in Home Improvement Tips, on May 19, 2017

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Floral designer, stylist and photographer Lady Hayes shares a look inside her light-filled family home. See how she mixes retro finds with bohemian flair in her two-storey loft. Natural light was incredibly important to Lady Hayes and her husband, who are both photographers, and this loft delivers with large windows. The main floor displays unique artwork, large-scale photography and unique vintage pieces, including a 1950s salon chair. Upstairs, a glass wall allows light from the windows to flow through the entire home. A freestanding tub in the bathroom makes bath time a joy for the kids, three-year-old Goldie and one-year-old Coco. The master bedroom is bright and cozy thanks to a white-on-white palette warmed up with texture and layers of soft textiles. ———- MORE DESIGN INSPIRATION
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