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11 High Cost Inspection Traps You Should Know About Weeks Before Listing Your Home For Sale

06th December 2011
Homebuyers Want to Know Your Home Inside and Out While homebuyers are as individual as the homes they plan on purchasing, one thing they share is a desire to ensure that the home they will call their own is as good beneath the surface as it appears to be.... Read >
Author: Rob Andress

Finished Basements : Looking at the Underpinning

16th March 2011
Underpinning your Basement Jerome Sammy Finished Basements http://www.fbscto.com Greetings, This article deals with the underpinning of your basement foundation walls. Underpinning is the process used when you want to lower your basement flo... Read >
Author: Jerome Sammy

Decorative Concrete Coating - A Cost Control Method

15th May 2009
Concrete is made from cement, gravel, sand, lime, water, and other aggregates is durable and last long. It improves the strength of the structure. Concrete is more popular because it can withstand wear and tear due to extensive use. However, because of ag... Read >
Author: Levi Horowitz

The Easy Way to Building a Basement Bathroom

20th February 2009
Perhaps you own an older home that was built with only one bathroom and want to expand your living space. Adding a bathroom to your home can greatly increase its value if you decide to sell it someday, and it'll add to it convenience right away. Anyone wi... Read >
Author: ThomasJohnsen

Options for a Basement Bathroom Toilet

20th February 2009
If you're thinking about remodeling your basement and adding a bathroom, you're making a smart decision. Homeowners can often recoup as much as eighty-five percent of the cost of their bathroom addition if they decide to sell later. After all, an addition... Read >
Author: ThomasJohnsen

The Lowdown on Waterproofing Basement Walls

06th July 2008
Waterproofing basement walls should be a standard thing to do when finishing a basement. Most basements have high moisture levels, and much of the moisture enters via the basement walls. Cracks, leaking windows and pipe condensation are probably the most ... Read >
Author: Redlaw
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