Month: June 2014

How To: Find the Best Paint Brush

By Scott Sidler • June 30, 2014

Paint brush

There are so many different types of paint brushes out there today. So, how do you know which one you need for your project? Should you buy a bunch of different brushes specific to each use or maybe just one […]

Choosing the Right Primer

By Scott Sidler • June 23, 2014

Choosing the Right Primer

Using primer should be an easy choice before any paint job. You don’t always have to prime before painting, but in the end it saves you time and money. Priming helps your paint cover in less coats, last longer and […]

2014 Craftsman Blog Readers Survey

By Scott Sidler • June 11, 2014


It’s that time of the year again! Time for the 2014 Craftsman Blog Reader’s Survey. This is a super short survey (2 mins max!) and it would mean a ton to me if you would take the time to complete it. This survey […]

Where to Find Vintage Hardware

By Scott Sidler • June 9, 2014

Vintage hardware is awesome. I could probably try to find more creative ways to say that, but I figured simpler is better. The bottom line is that vintage hardware, whether it is actually vintage or a well made replica, is […]

Demolition is a Choice, Not a Solution

By Scott Sidler • June 2, 2014

Old Home Demolition

Recently, I was at a historic homes event here in Winter Park where the keynote speaker was Nicole Curtis of  HGTV/DIY Network’s Rehab Addict. In case you haven’t seen her show, she is an energetic little thing that goes around saving […]