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How to fix a crack in the wall

14th February 2012
Cracks in walls are not uncommon in Australian houses - occurring in both outside brickwork walls and inside plaster-board and rendered walls. There are many possible causes of cracked walls. But by far the most common cause is the sinking of that part... Read >
Author: DesignBuild Media

Using Brick Effect Wallpaper

01st June 2011
Using brick effect wallpaper for the home is one way to give any room the look of an open garden and there are many brick finishes from which you can choose. Many people today are looking for faux finishes for their walls to give them an illusion in the h... Read >
Author: articlelink01@gmail.com

Redrow's 'Mastermove' Scheme Helps Buyers Of New Homes In Cambridgeshire

06th April 2011
National housebuilder Redrow is offering a helping hand to buyers of new homes in Cambridgeshire with its Mastermove assistance scheme at Priory Gardens in St Neots. With the scheme, the homebuyer hands over the management of the sale of their existing ho... Read >
Author: Whathouse.co.uk

Renovating Patch Rendering

23rd December 2010
Rendering is the layer of plaster that covers the brickwork on your building. It is essential to have rendering to protect the brickwork from penetrating damp. Over time, cracks will appear or rendering will flake. These faults need to be repaired. This i... Read >
Author: Smithy

Damp Proofing: Get rid of Rising damp

18th October 2010
Now day’s cellars are used as storage room and more as places for leisure or as additional cantonment for accommodation and domestic purposes. Thereupon the great comfort and a better private climate in the cellar area are required. It is very individuali... Read >
Author: Venus Pareek

Penetrating Damp In The Home - Top Tips For Treating

12th January 2010
What Causes Penetrating Damp? The causes of penetrating damp in damp walls are ofent related to problems with the building or plumbing which has meant that unwanted water is entering the propert. Coastal propertiescan also suffer from penetrating damp du... Read >
Author: David Sutcliffe

How to use through bolts correctly

08th January 2010
It is very easy to install fixings on masonry plaster walls. You just need to have the right materials and tools and to be very careful about it. There is always a right way and a wrong way to put through bolts in your walls. If you put the correct one... Read >
Author: lukewildman

Canon Powershot G10 Review

09th January 2009
The Canon Powershot G10 has 14.7 megapixels and a wide angle, 5x optical zoom lens. It is one of the most advanced compact digital cameras you can buy. In fact I can't think of one that is more advanced. It has a full set of manual exposure modes, plus e... Read >
Author: phil young
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