Matt, Brian, and Patrick hear from listeners about lead dangers and storm windows before taking questions about insulating a brick ranch with board sheathing, supporting a short section of countertop, and cleaning mossy roofs.
In this Pro-Talk podcast Patrick talks to Ben Scott of Maple Ridge, British Columbia about the craft and challenges of building cabinets and he shares tips for building Baltic birch boxes and installing slides and hinges.
As part of FHB’s 40th Anniversary, listener Jonathan asks regular podcast host Patrick McCombe what it’s like behind the scenes at FHB, and what’s right and wrong with American home building and remodeling.
In this Pro-Talk podcast Patrick talks to Jason Webster Co-President and Owner of Huntington Homes, in East Montpelier, Vermont about the family modular home business.
Bryan Uhler, Mike Guertin, Rob Wotzak, and Patrick McCombe talk about the first virtual Builders’ Show. Huber product application specialist Nick Robertson and Huber senior product application engineer Mike Dye talk about Huber’s new products, answering customer questions, and their IBSx experience.
Bryan Uhler, Mike Guertin, Matt Millham, and Patrick McCombe talk about what is going on at the first virtual Builders’ Show.
Bryan Uhler, Mike Guertin, Brian Pontolilo, and Patrick McCombe share some cool new products found at IBSx and talk about what there is to do at the first virtual Builders’ Show.
Day one coverage of the first virtual 2021 International Builders’ Show
This episode kicks off podcast coverage of IBSx 2021. The FHB Crew talk to Huber Engineered Woods and what they have in store for the show. Mike Guertin and Bryan Uhler share what they hope to get from IBSx and what is different about a virtual versus in-person event.
Matt, Kiley, and Patrick hear from listeners about hiding foam insulation and homemade light fixtures before taking listener questions on the appropriate airtightness for an addition, fixing a badly hacked beam, and the right way to air-seal around a chimney.
In this Pro-Talk podcast, Patrick talks to architect Michael Ingui of Brooklyn, New York, about the challenges of building in New York, how to improve builder/contractor relationships, and making Passive House mainstream.