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DIY: Bench from bi-fold doors

Bench Made From Re-purposed Bi-fold Doors Tools Needed: - Circular saw or table saw Sander Drill w/countersink bit and drill tip to match fasteners 3" stainless steel wood screws ( No. 10) and wood glue 12-16, 1 1/2" stainless steel wood screws (for reinforcement) Sandpaper- 120 Grit Tape measure Pencil Straight edge 2 1/2 wood bi-fold doors 4 2x2 posts As always...

The net worth of networking

We all know that networking is a part of our daily business-driven lives...sometimes like it or not. But deciding when and where to utilize our limited resources is the real challenge, right? For us at the Habitat ReStores, being donation driven, there's not a business I pass or a relationship that's built every day that in some way can't help us continue to further our mission of...

From pew to perfect-Crafting a DIY dining table

Look what Larry found! While shopping the Habitat ReStore, ReStore Bookkeeper Larry Callan spotted a 16-foot-long solid oak church pew. In his mind he instantly began reenvisioning its potential. What he saw were the makings of the perfect dining room table. With some DIY magic, Larry began reconfiguring the pew by cutting the 16-foot pieces in half. Larry assembled the table top by gluing...

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