Jamison Rantz

of Rogue Engineer


Jamison Rantz
Jamison Rantz is a husband and father of two. When he's not designing planes as an aerospace engineer, he's designing DIY furniture and publishing simple plans on his blog, Rogue Engineer. With their new family and new house they're always building cool new furniture and sharing tons of free plans with the world.

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Replacing a Front Door

Replacing a front door isn’t a difficult DIY project, but it can pay off with better curb appeal, security and energy efficiency. Jamison Rantz, of Rogue Engineer, replaced not one, but two front doors in his house, and shows us exactly how he did it. Replacing a Front Door My wife and I have recently taken […]
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Your Handy Guide for Restoring a Hardwood Floor

Restoring a hardwood floor is a lot a work, but the final result can be very satisfying. Plus, doing the work yourself can save you a lot of money. Jamison Rantz, of the Rogue Engineer blog, is a fearless DIYer. He and his wife took on a hardwood floor restoration project with no prior experience, and it […]
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Spooky Mantel Decorations for Halloween

These mantel decorations for Halloween have just the right balance of spookiness and fun. Jamison Rantz, otherwise known as the Rogue Engineer, styled these mantel decorations for our Halloween Style Challenge. We got him started with some mystery boxes of Home Depot Halloween decorations. Jamison and his wife took it from there, adding string lights, tree […]
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Tailgating Ideas: Start With a Portable Generator

Jamison Rantz, who writes the blog Rogue Engineer, has a lot of great DIY tailgating ideas to share. But perhaps the best tailgate party idea ever– renting a portable generator. I decided take our tailgate partying to the next level by adding power with a portable generator. Renting the generator from The Home Depot is a […]
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How to Build an Adorable Wooden Airplane Play Structure

This DIY wooden play structure is the cutest thing you’ll ever see. It’s a bright red airplane, complete with pretend landing gear, control panels and a seat for the co-pilot. It was designed and built by Jamison Rantz, who writes the DIY blog Rogue Engineer. Appropriately enough, Jamison is, in fact, an aerospace engineer. Don’t […]
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