When buying oak lumber, look the board over thoroughly to locate any damage, nicks, scratches, deep gouges or knots in the wood, and examine the board for any curves, warps or bowing. Buy high-quality oak lumber that is free of major flaws with instructions from an experienced carpenter and construction specialist in this free video on carpentry.
Expert: Mark Blocker
Bio: Mark Blocker has more than 30 years experience in residential carpentry, construction and home inspection.
Filmmaker: Daron Stetner
Series Description: Home improvement projects can be as simple as building a closet rod, installing a shelf and adding molding around cabinetry. Get ideas to add value to a home with this free video series on home maintenance.