Maintain a safe home by avoiding common building code violations.
Jun Igarashi uses broad roof to equip Hokkaido house for snowy winters
Jun Igarashi Architects found a work-around in Japanese building code to create this house on Hokkaido's southwest coast, which features a larger than average roof to protect a pair of patios from snowfall.
Prevent accidents and make your home safer by fixing these five common code violations—bad GFCIs, an improperly located smoke alarm, an incomplete handrail, bad bathroom venting and missing deck flashing.
Living Tiny Legally is a three-part educational documentary that provides an inside look into how a handful of cities from all over the country are making legal tiny housing, a reality. Debuting at the National Tiny House Jamboree next weekend!
Personally enjoyed hearing about the solutions for crawl spaces due to our home being older, and in desperate need of some insulation. There are at least days a week where moisture build up can be seen on our windows.