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Are there such things as soundproof curtains?

21st November 2011
Are there such things as soundproof curtains? Soundproof curtains are all forms of curtains which assist blocking out sound yet a single unlucky truth which will be that they can't stop all sound. Since people are now moving closer to active areas to ... Read >
Author: Rachel Cartorn

How To Hang Picture Frames

05th July 2011
There are many methods in which picture frames may be hung. There are also a great number of what to consider if you are trying to determine where you should hang them and which formation to hang them in. Another consideration is lighting, if you're consi... Read >
Author: Autumn

Do You Really Need A Toxic Black Mold Removal Services Provider?

29th June 2011
Even if you are only exposed briefly, black mold is quite harmful to your personal health. You will find multiple signs and symptoms that are associated with black mold exposure which can be minimal or severe. The milder conditions include a cough, mild t... Read >
Author: shellarent

Radiation Protection Sheetrock Protects Xray Technicians

24th May 2011
Radiation safeguarding is the practice aimed at guarding people and the natural environment from damaging effects of particle radioactivity and radio waves. Ionizing radiation, even though used in industry and medicine, is a serious hazard to health. It b... Read >
Author: Salvador Floyd

Landlord's Responsibility Regarding Black Mold

29th March 2011
When black mold is discovered in a rented apartment, the first thing that the tenant must do is provide professional proof that the mold exists. Importantly, the landlord is not responsible for the expense of getting this proof - the tenant is. The proof ... Read >
Author: Alan Kappauf

Best Way to Soundproof:Resilient Channel or Soundproofing Drywall

23rd February 2011
What is Resilient Channel? Resilient channels are metal strips used to add airspace between drywall and the studs of a wall structure in order to reduce sound transmission. The channels are installed on the studs at right angles, and the drywall attach... Read >
Author: george

Want to Paint Your Stucco?

18th August 2010
If you are applying exterior stucco to your home and you don't like the natural color of the material then painting stucco is an option. There are actually three different ways you can color stucco which include painting, using different stucco mixes, and... Read >
Author: Optimize4you

Drywall Corner Bead Types

12th May 2010
When you install drywall in your home, it is important not to neglect the installation of drywall corner bead. Is put drywall corner bead over drywall in the corners, and is used to protect it from damage. Bead and a certain type of corner installation wi... Read >
Author: umar

Low Cost and Easy Soundproofing Solution instead of Drywall and Resilient Channel: QuietRock

23rd April 2010
The advent of high quality audio systems and home theaters has changed the building environment completely. Where hotels, motels, homes, condos, and apartments previously only needed to deal with isolating a neighbor's voice, we must now contend with loud... Read >
Author: george

Guide to Building a Bar

26th March 2010
It is an easy task to build a bar. Building a bar in a home is a wonderful idea and it can be simple like designating a kitchen cupboard as a liquor cabinet or it can also be more broad such as building a wet bar in the basement which contains all the ame... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

Subcontractor Agreements - Why Subcontractor Agreements are Important

10th December 2009
A Subcontractor Agreement or Subcontract Agreement permits a contractor to hire a third party to finish a portion of the work.This sub-contractor agreement is commonly employed once a Contractor has already signed a contract with someone else. A subcontra... Read >
Author: Darin Jennings

The Spidertie Concrete Wall Forming System

10th August 2009
As a builder with 30 years experience pouring concrete walls I knew there had to be an easier way over the expensive and labor-intensive systems available. Our system utilizes a plastic frame work that stays in the wall. I was initially concerned that the... Read >
Author: Greg McDonagh

Construction Site Accidents Caused by Unsafe Working Conditions

08th July 2009
Unsafe working conditions continue to plague some construction sites, both locally and internationally, according to many news reports. Though several websites exist that offer construction accident information, construction accidents continue to occur fr... Read >
Author: LegalView

Baseboard Removal and Wall Ventilation When Drying

04th July 2009
Your home has been flooded and the damage is visible everywhere. You have water soaked furniture and carpets, and water creeping its way up your draperies. All these flood damaged, water soaked items need to be removed from your home immediately, includin... Read >
Author: Chris

Wet Insulation Cannot be Saved, Walls that Come Out will Need Replaced

04th July 2009
Have you recently had flooding in your home? Have you recently found black mold on your walls? Do you know what is happening behind the drywall? Are you hoping that some of the wet walls can be saved? You need to have your home inspected for water dama... Read >
Author: Chris
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