Wall Framing 101

Welcome back! This weeks project is interior wall framing. In this case it is a basement finish project. however, the same could be applied to any non load bearing partition walls. I purposely only used the minimum tools required to show that this type of project does not require many tools, and off those, many are relatively inexpensive with the exception of the framing nailer, which could be rented from your local equipment rental store.


Stanley Anti Vibe Hammer https://amzn.to/2Ghrpdu

PORTER-CABLE PCE300 15 Amp Heavy Duty Steel Shoe Circular Saw https://amzn.to/2D5tq9q

Paslode 905600 Cordless XP Framing Nailer https://amzn.to/2TrGdtY

Paslode 650535 3-1/4-Inch by .131 Smooth 1M Fuel and Nail Pack https://amzn.to/2CXwaFK

Stanley 42-074 24 Inch Top-Read Level https://amzn.to/2GhnRIe

DuoFast 100 Count 2.5″ Single Shot Concrete Nail for Concrete https://amzn.to/2WtHjHo

Duo-Fast Trigger Drive Pro .22 cal Powder Actuated Tool https://amzn.to/2GgkTUp

Stanley 30’ Tape Measure https://amzn.to/2t2utm2

“A” Frame Step Stool

Welcome to this weeks project, a super simple yet functional step stool! Not only is it functional it is also stylish!

This is a very easy project that almost anyone could build in a couple hours. its a great weekend project and you could even get the kids to help too. The material list is very short for this project and the cost is only about $5. Not a bad way to get the family involved in a great project that will provide a functional use for years and years to come!

Farm Style End Table #4

Today In The Shop, we build this beautiful

Today In The Shop, we are building this beautiful and simple Farm Style End Table. 

You will only need a few 2×4’s and 1×6’s and a small scrap of plywood to complete this build.  

See Material list and cut list here (CLICK HERE)