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Damp Proofing vs. Waterproofing – What’s the Best Solution?

03rd May 2011
While constructing or renovating a house, people usually have the doubt as to which is the better solution – damp proofing or waterproofing. Also, why one solution is better than the other. It cannot be concluded decisively as to one is better than the ot... Read >
Author: Aneeta

The Benefits of Buying a Trigano Trailer Tent

29th September 2010
In these harder times, we all tend to look for better value and cut back on spending. Holidays also come under more scrutiny. If the great outdoors attracts you then camping is a great option. What if you want a little more comfort and a caravan isn’t fea... Read >
Author: Iain Macdonald

Damp Proofing: Definition & Prevention

08th June 2010
Damp Proofing: Definition & Prevention Damp proofing is a method use to prevent water entering the building. It is water proofing a masonry surface to retard capillary action and water leaks. A black tar like material is applied to the exterior o... Read >
Author: Venus Pareek

Children’s wigwams are a great birthday present for children

17th May 2010
There are many occasions when you have to look for gifts for little ones, be it your children or your nephews or nieces or your friend's children. It is difficult to decide on what to buy for them. What is it that would really make them happy and at the s... Read >
Author: mukesh

How To Install Some Ceramic Tile Installation

23rd March 2010
" Adhesive, mortar or grout to suit your needs Not all ceramic tile installations are the same, different tiling installations may require different mortar or grout. DO NOT feel shy about asking the suppliers for advice or help in calculating how much ... Read >
Author: Cletus Richards

How to build parapet walls on a concrete flat roof

24th November 2009
Parapet walls are built on concrete flat roofs. The height of the walls is three to four feet high. They are built on the edge to secure the flat roof. This is done to protect people from falling off the concrete slab. The construction uses similar wallin... Read >
Author: Andrew Karundu
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