I enjoy the Journal of Light Construction. There is a ton of ideas and knowledge there. This reference to Weatherproof Exterior Cabinetry was found as I was reading the article on the length of drain lines which led to reading more articles.
The Journal of Light Construction website is mainly geared to the professionals but so much of it is good for consumer education. It is a website that compiles all types of ideas in the construction industry. Some are shown as tests and some are articles about products and some are the explanation of how to properly install by professionals. Their main page references the different areas of the home from the interior such as kitchen and baths to the exterior such as foundations and roofs to tools such as hand tools, power tools and air tools. It has manufacturers links and forums. It is a well rounded website.
It is where I first saw the information about the house in Mexico Beach, FL which withstood Hurricane Harvey in this article: House that stood against Hurricane Michael
So not only does it allow professionals a voice but anyone who does their own handyman work can use it as an excellent source of information.
Like this one on the length of your Dishwasher Drain hose. Did you know that too long of a drain puts a strain on your dishwasher pump? I didn't.
Have you ever heard of bacteria killing lights? I haven't until today .
In an article by Michael Bryne on Tile Shower Installations one of his main points is:
The most important elements of a good installation — regardless of method — are the placement of the waterproofing, the selection of materials, and the quality of workmanship.
For the full article go here: Tiled Showers
There are pdf downloads to summary articles on the website. In looking at the Slim line led lights pdf it references Resilient Cabinetry and so being interested I went to that website: Weatherstrong Outdoor Cabinetry What another excellent idea and a great selection.
This same PDF also has the stop leaks from self leveling underlayment for areas like toilet flanges and floor vents or room perimeters with EdgeBan. It is amazing how as people work in an industry they figure out ways to make their life easier. Have yet to see this on HGTV. https://edgeban.com/
Can I say again how much I like this website.