How to make a simple divining rod from a coat hangar

How to make a simple divining rod from a coat hangar

By Randall Soules, Advisor and Educator at ScientificRemodelingSystem.com This may seem hokey, but it really works. There are all kinds of other uses for these rods too. Just suspend your disbelief for a minute and try it. How to Make a Simple Divining Rod From a...
Why Should I Blog?

Why Should I Blog?

What is a blog? A blog is merely short articles about things that interest you, or that help build your image. Each article is called a post, rather than a page. Blog posts can be stories, white papers, ads, event notices, or personal happenings. Blogs are active,...

The Color Muse will inspire and guide you

Another amazingly useful product from Chattanooga, TN – the first Gig city in the USA. This product is something that every contractor, designer, interior designer, DIY’ers, and really, every home should have. Pretty broad appeal, I know, but read on and...

Speedy Trim Out Method

Back when I used to trim a lot of homes, we found a need for a faster system than what we had. Ideally, we wanted to measure an entire home – all the casing, baseboard, shoe mold, crown, stools, and aprons – then cut them all at one time. The system we...

Non-destructive layouts on walls using Post-its®

This is an article about how to do non-destructive layouts on walls using Post-its. Have you ever needed to hang pictures, or layout stair rail hangers, on finished walls? The problem is, if you mess up, you leave behind holes in the finished walls that need to be...