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Newly built duplex style townhome located just steps from Hellgate Elementary School. The bright and modern interior includes 2,315 square fee…

Perfect 44 Ranch home right across the street from the park! The main level has 2 good size bedrooms, a full bath and an open kitchen/dining/l…

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In the autumn of 1993 when I started Ask the Builder, I knew I’d become a clearinghouse of homeowner complaints, misery and frustration. Homeowners from all across the fruited plains of the USA might understand I was an independent voice and someone who didn’t have a dog in their particular fight. That prediction came true, and lately I’m seeing a deeply disturbing trend.

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Branded IP games can be lame but this one is good. The rules are simple enough for kids to understand, and there’s enough strategy for someone…

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It has simple rules but it’s based on strategy. You build and claim cities and roads using square cardboard tiles and score points for complet…

Are you in search of a conveniently located main floor condo that is next to the Clark Fork river? Sit back and relax as the HOA takes care of…

Great custom home on one of the best lots in Ponderosa Heights! The home has six bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms with over 4000 sf of livable space…

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Enjoy convenience to all Missoula has to offer! Picturesque 1930 era, 4 Bedroom 3 Bath country home lovingly remodeled, restored w/solid Oak f…

QUESTION: Tim, in a recent column you got me excited about creating something very unique with ceramic tile. The issue is I’m like you and have stick-people skills when it comes to artistic talent. Doing mosaic tile would be impossible for me. Is there some other way I can create a simple but one-of-a-kind tile look that you might only find in my house? What tips do you have for a beginner like me? —Xenia F., Port Arthur, Texas

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If all you’ve got to keep you entertained this summer is an aging computer, I have some good news: One of this year’s best games is designed to look like it runs on an old PC.

Q: Tim, I need your guidance. I want to do a large mosaic tile floor in my new room addition. I have no clue where to start. I’ve never done tile work before. Do you think I’m crazy for attempting this? If not, what can you share to ensure success? I don’t want to goof up and have to rip it up. There will be some heavy furniture on the floor. Is that an issue? —Rebecca T., Tuscon, Ariz.

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A classic game that’s often played inside, we love this outdoor version that’s made bigger in size and weather-friendly. This colorful and durable dominos set includes 28 tiles as well as a handy carrying case. You can play on a table or set it up on the lawn, driveway or even the sand. Available at Kohl’s and Amazon

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Wooden floors with wide planks or large tiles are well-suited for contemporary spaces. Choose wood with minimal grain and tile with little to no texture.

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This wasn't what I was hoping for. In my mind, this would be some sort of cookie version of Cinnamon Toast Crunch — light and airy with a sugary, spicy sweetness. Instead it's like a tile from the bathroom counter, a stiff slab that smells like syrup. This cookie actually improves with freezing, however — the coating of icing hardens and turns this into a maple-y lollipop.

With rainy fall weather ahead, fighting mold at home or on your patio is about to get a little tougher. Fortunately, you don’t need a power washer to get good as new siding or a mildew-free patio. This simple scrub-free spray RMR-86 removes mold better than more complicated alternatives.

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