Repair A Crawl Space's Interior Concrete Wall And Apply Sealant

Posted on: 17 November 2016

If one of the concrete walls in the crawl space that is connected to your home's basement is chipped and water seeps through it whenever it rains, repair the damage with the following steps. Afterwards, waterproof the storage space by adding a coat of sealant to each wall's interior. Supplies Needed ladder drop light drop cloth chisel hammer soapy water solution spray bottle sponge bucket of water oscillating fan concrete patch trowel putty knife hand sander fine grit sandpaper concrete sealant paint tray paint roller roller handle and frame Remove Loose Pieces Of Concrete And Clean Each Interior Wall
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Four Factors That Determine If You Need To Vacate Your Home During Renovation

Posted on: 18 October 2016

Deciding whether to vacate your house during renovations can be a difficult thing. Temporary living quarters can be expensive, but you also don't want to get in the way of workers or compromise your health and the health of your visitors, especially when interior demolition work is going on. Use these four factors to determine whether you need to leave until the renovation is complete: The Size of the Project
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Tips Saving Money On Roof Repairs

Posted on: 7 October 2016

Do you seem to be spending too much money on roof repairs? Many people complain of high repair bills, but there are a few measures you can take to reduce these bills instead of just complaining. Here are some of the things to do: Evaluate Localized Repairs vs. Replacement Repairing a small patch of the roof may not cost you as much money as replacing the entire roof. However, this only makes sense if you are considering a once-in-a-while roof repair.
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The Differences Between Engineered And Custom Hardwood Floors

Posted on: 7 October 2016

If you are considering updating your floor with hardwood, there are a number of things to consider. First of all, there are many different types of hardwoods. Each different brand and style has varying price ranges, installation requirements, durability, flexibility maintenance needs, and much more. Basically, you need to do some research and figure out what product is best for your needs. Two common, but quite different, options are engineered and custom floors.
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