On this week's podcast: 

• We’re talking about widening an existing doorway and the considerations to keep in mind when tackling this type of project. • A homeowner’s bedroom is right above a garage and it’s getting way too hot. We have a few tips on how she can keep her bedroom cool. And: • A caller has a bathroom with a vaulted ceiling and no exhaust. How she can get a fan inside that room. • Joe has a simple woodworking solution that will help you remove any excess glue before it soaks in.

Question of the week:

Mark asks, “I purchased a home that had baseboard heat fed by copper water lines to the heating unit. I removed all the baseboard heaters in favor of a heat pump for cooling and heating. There are hardwood floors throughout the house. Everywhere a copper pipe came through the floor there is a hole, size varying from about an inch to three inches. How can I repair those holes? I have some of the original hardwood floorings I salvaged from another remodel project from the house I can use.”

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