The Fine Homebuilding Podcast embodies Fine Homebuilding magazine's commitment to the preservation of craftsmanship and the advancement of home performance in residential construction. Hosted by the magazine's editors, The FHB Podcast is an informal but vigorous show about the techniques and principles that allow listeners to master their design and building challenges.
Wet Stucco, Trusses for Second-Story Additions, and Inexpensive Vacation Homes
Andrew, Ian, and Patrick hear from listeners about attic chimneys and water filters before taking questions about a leaky window in stucco, accurately measuring trusses for an add-a-level, and building an affordable second home.
PRO TALK With Business Consultant Doug Howard
Patrick talks to Doug Howard, director of consulting for Remodelers Advantage, about how remodelers can grow their businesses and be more profitable.
Low-Maintenance Black Trim, Foundation Efflorescence, and Roof Outsulation
Andrew, Kiley, and Patrick hear from listeners about PEX tubing and upsizing electrical circuits before taking listener questions about long-lasting black trim, masonry efflorescence, and insulating foundation walls.
PRO TALK With Builder Jason Kehrer
Patrick talks to home builder and remodeler Jason Kehrer about starting a construction business, finding good help, and the future of residential construction.
First-Time Remodeling, Insulating a Brick Foundation, and Mysterious Leaks
Mark, Ian, and Patrick hear from listeners about PEX plumbing and construction software before taking questions about tearing into your first house, tracking down a leak in an exterior wall, and detailing a wood foundation.
PRO TALK With Carpenter Matthew Millham
Patrick talks to former Fine Homebuilding deputy editor and current carpenter Matthew Millham about his transition from construction media to residential building.
Just started listening but so far the show is excellent. Very relevant for me as a contractor
Love this show
Great show ! I have learned so much info on this podcast. It’s another tool to add to the tool box.
I appreciate the constant conversation on current smart building practices.
Keep it up!