Vinyl Is A Stylish And Practical Window Option

Posted on: 27 June 2016
Replacing the window fixtures in your home is such a smart investment into your home. New fixtures will not only update the look of your property, they will also help make your home more energy efficient. Of course, when it comes to style and maintenance, not all windows are the same. Some window materials, like aluminum and plastic, are more affordable than others, but they often have fewer style options to choose from.
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Using Your Fives Senses To Determine If Your Basement Might Need Waterproofing

Posted on: 6 June 2016
Damp or leaky basements can be prevented, but sometimes this can sneak up on a household. Basements with water damage can have many culprits, including condensation gathering in a confined space, runoff from rains and springs, or groundwater swelling. All can be managed with basement waterproofing, but you first need to identify the problem. Using your five senses, here are ways you can see if your basement is taking on water and when to call a contractor to come remedy your problem.
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Clean The Interior Of A Window Air Conditioner's Condensate Line

Posted on: 2 May 2016
If you notice water underneath the window air conditioning unit that is installed in your bedroom, the condensate line may require cleaning. If the line is clogged with debris, condensation will not be deposited outdoors and will continue to back up inside of your home. The following steps will instruct you on how to resolve this problem so that the unit works properly again.  Materials mop vinyl tarp screwdriver tube brush spray bottle filled with soapy water shop vacuum cleaner Unclog The End Of The Line That Is Located Indoors
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Add Painted Designs To Plain Wooden Cabinet Doors

Posted on: 2 May 2016
If the wooden cabinet doors in your home's kitchen have a dull surface that you are are not fond of, give them a fresh appearance by adding painted designs to the front of each one. Once finished, add a clear coat of paint over the doors to increase shine and protect the paint from peeling or fading. These are the steps to take. Materials screwdriver newspaper wood cleaner lint-free cloths ruler stencils double-sided adhesive craft paint (various colors) thin paintbrushes cup of water container of clear paint paint roller and frame paint tray Remove The Cabinet Doors, Clean Them, And Fill In Stencils
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