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Is Your House Suffering From Plumbing Problems, Leaking Pipes, Broken Pipes, or Sewer Backup?

18th July 2009
Plumbing problems typically come unexpectedly and the last thing you want to do is avoid dealing with them. Not handling the problem completely or immediately can cost you a lot more damage and a lot more money. Even the tiniest of a problem can cost yo... Read >
Author: jvizecky

3 Tips To Fix Broken Air Conditioning Condensation Pipes

23rd June 2009
Reverse cycle (refrigerative) air conditioners contain drain pipes that remove any condensation from an air conditioning system. Sometimes these condensation pipes can become blocked. So what happens if these drain pipes become blocked and what can you do... Read >
Author: The Boat Man

Paint Applicator Basics - How to Choose the Right One for Your Painting Project

26th April 2009
Paint applicators come in many forms. Some are basic paint applicators while others are for artistic designs. The basic paint applicators are brushes, rollers and pads. You may have seen decorating magazines and and home-makeover programs on TV but they n... Read >
Author: Theresa Kruger

Paint Finishes - 4 Best Sheens To Use On Walls, Ceilings, Trim, Bathrooms, Kitchens, Etc.

25th March 2009
For those of you who are reading this article right now on how to find out more about paint finishes congratulations. You are a cut above the rest of the crowd who think eggshell is a color. Before becoming a house painter, I was just about as naive as... Read >
Author: Lee Cusano

Equipment For Cave Exploring

11th March 2009
Caving is generally considered as one of the most inexpensive sports in the world. However, it is also classified as one of the most dangerous sports in the world. Dangers are everywhere. Take this as a challenge of your personality and not as a frighteni... Read >
Author: Jiro Sosh

What Are The Advantages and Disadvantages Of Spray Foam Insulation?

10th March 2009
The spray foam insulation is actually polyurethane bubbles that are pumped into the house for insulating the walls and ceilings and all over the place that one would anticipate the insulation. Therefore, the spray foam insulation helps to maintain the tem... Read >
Author: Alien

Different types of wardrobe

07th March 2009
Bedroom furniture constitutes a lot of things with beds topping the list, followed closely by wardrobes. It is very important to take time before settling for wardrobes because they form an integral part of your bedroom. You should put into consideration ... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Building Green

04th March 2009
Ecologically friendly building materials are becoming more and more popular. Where a few short years ago, you would have had a hard time finding "green" building materials, today they are plentiful and widely varied. Whether considering a remodel, or a ne... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Build Your Own Steam Shower Enclosure

26th January 2009
You may have scoured the Internet to find a steam shower enclosure that will fit in the space you have available in your bathroom so that you don't have to take on any extensive or expensive remodeling in your home. The good news is that with a little wor... Read >
Author: Allison Ryan

8 Things to do After a Household Flood

02nd December 2008
Preparing for and surviving a flood are both important measures to take. However, you also must be when handling the aftermath the aftermath. Flood damage is a like a time bomb, and to prevent mold or structural damage you must do everything you can to qu... Read >
Author: WaterDamageTeam

Protect your bathroom from water damage with high quality shower curtains

30th October 2008
The bathroom may not look like a dangerous place but it can be home to all manner of disaster. Every year hundreds of ceilings collapse due to insufficient protection from water damage. Many people do not understand the seriousness of water damage and the... Read >
Author: Clara

Accordion Doors

21st October 2008
Do you have a large opening you'd like to be able to close off, yet lack the space for such a large door or set of doors to fully open? Consider an accordion door. As the name implies, accordion doors are doors that fold like an accordion. They can be mad... Read >
Author: getahugetank

Termite Damage is A Serious Problem in Real Estate Investment!

12th September 2008
As a seller you should be very clear about the bad effects termite damage can cause on your profit in the real estate business. As a buyer you should be very clear about the risk you are getting into a home with termite damages. In any case, in the real e... Read >
Author: Prudence

Skip Troweling Method for Textured Ceilings

27th July 2008
By Mark J. Donovan There are several ceiling texture choices to choose from when finishing a room. You can simply apply a flat paint to the ceiling, or spray or roll on a popcorn textured ceiling. However both these choices seem to be waning in popular... Read >
Author: Mark Donovan

Strapping a Ceiling

27th July 2008
By Mark J. Donovan Prior to hanging sheetrock to ceiling joists it is important that strapping first be installed. Strapping helps prevent cracks from showing up later in your home's ceiling, as well as provides more surface area for securing the sh... Read >
Author: Mark Donovan
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