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Add Pastel Colored Paint And Stencils To The Kitchen Cabinets In Your Home

Posted by on Aug 1, 2015 in Uncategorized |

If you are remodeling your home’s kitchen, brighten it up by adding pastel colored paint to the wooden cabinets in it. After the paint has dried, add stencils to each one to give the cabinets a unique and enhanced appearance. Materials screwdriver newspaper mild detergent water lint free cloth towel hand sander fine grit sandpaper tack cloth latex primer latex paint (pastel colors) paintbrushes (various sizes) painter’s tape self adhesive stencils Remove The Doors And Clean And Sand The Wood Use a standard screwdriver to remove...

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Four Tips To Help You Build A Sustainable Home That Requires Few Modern Utilities

Posted by on Jul 20, 2015 in Uncategorized |

Green homes are becoming more of a trend, but it can be challenging to make a home sustainable. With improvements in technology, there are many systems to use on your home for a more sustainable design. You can add improvements like solar energy, water collection and grey water irrigation, as well as geothermal energy. If you want to have a new custom home with a sustainable design, here are some features you may want to consider adding to your home: 1. Thermal Mass And Ventilation For Cooling  If you live in an area with warm summers,...

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Concrete Structural Support | An Inexperienced Homeowner’s Guide

Posted by on Jul 1, 2015 in Uncategorized |

From the concrete foundation that your house sits upon to the stairs leading up to your patio, concrete is an integral and crucial part of the home. If you find yourself knee deep in a concrete repair or update, there is a pretty good chance that you will discover that concrete on its own is not the only support system in these solid mass structures. Concrete is usually stabilized with various forms of other materials. Whether you plan to rebuild your own concrete formations or hire a contractor for the job, understanding the difference...

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4 Reasons To Consider Frameless Glass Shower Doors In Your Bathroom

Posted by on Jun 18, 2015 in Uncategorized |

If you’ve been thinking of updating your bathroom, you may be thinking about whether you want to install frameless glass shower doors. Here are some reasons that installing these shower doors could be a good idea. 1. Illusion of More Space A shower curtain can make a bathroom seem small, as if you are closing off an entire part of the room. If you have a glass shower door with frames, the frames can make the shower itself look smaller than it is. Frameless glass doors can create the illusion of more space in your bathroom. The bathroom...

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A DIY Homeowner’s Guide To Clearing A Clogged Drain Before Calling A Plumber For Help

Posted by on Jun 6, 2015 in Uncategorized |

When you turn on the faucet in your kitchen, you immediately expect that the water that comes out will make its way down the drain. When a clogged drain is preventing water from flowing freely, it is not just a hassle, but a major interruption in your life, preventing you from using your kitchen sink altogether. If you are like most people, you assume that a clogged drain is a simple plumbing problem that just about anyone should be able to handle. While this can be true in a lot of cases, do not be surprised if a simple clogged drain does...

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3 Most Common In-Ground Fiberglass Pool Problems And When To Call A Professional

Posted by on May 25, 2015 in Uncategorized |

Whether you’re thinking about having a fiberglass in-ground pool built or already have one on your property, the fact remains that there are some common problems you may run into at some point as a pool owner. The fact of the matter is that any pool material–be it fiberglass or concrete–is going to come with its inherent weaknesses. Here are a few of the most common fiberglass pool issues and what you should do if they happen to your pool. 1. Surface Cracks Fiberglass is a very strong material, so it takes a lot more to make...

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Sliding Commercial Entry Door Noises And What They Could Be Telling You

Posted by on May 11, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The sliding commercial entry door is a valuable component of any retail establishment. As soon as customers get close enough, the doors slide open, showing them that they are more than welcome to step inside. Even as valuable as sliding commercial entry doors can be, they can also bring on their fair share of headaches when they are not in good working order. If there is one bothersome problem that will be anything but welcoming to your customers, it is commercial sliding doors that make a lot of racket when in motion. Here are a few of the...

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What You Need To Know About Snow Removal

Posted by on Apr 20, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Snowstorms can be really fun around the Holidays, since they bring a certain romance and ambiance. However, if you live in a climate when it is constantly snowing, or you expect a large snowstorm, you might be wondering what you can do to protect yourself so that you don’t have an ice block of a driveway for the rest of the winter. Luckily, there are some things that you can do to protect your driveway with the help of a few tips: 1. Put Down Rock Salt Early Watch the weather report and stay on top of the snow. If you know that it is...

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Ways To Make Money On ‘Junk’

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you have a huge pile of junk, you might consider just hiring someone to come and remove it. While that is the easy way to get rid of stuff you don’t want, you could also take a bit of time and make money off that junk. Whether you have stuff from an estate, flood damaged home, or old storage unit, there will be something you can sell to earn a profit. Jewelry Jewelry, whether vintage, antique, or new, just might be made of silver or gold. While they are usually not made of pure silver or gold, there is often enough in the jewelry to...

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Why Your Well Water Isn’t Providing Very Much Water Pressure

Posted by on Mar 26, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Water wells provide a plethora of benefits over using a municipal water connection, many of which include lower costs over time and often better water quality. However, in order for your water to work, the water pressure must be created by a pump and pressure tank in your own home rather than relying on the city’s water pressure. If your pressure is low all the time, or if it fades very quickly, there could be a problem with your equipment or with the well itself. Pressure Tank Problems Your pressure tank’s purpose is to keep...

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Electrical Repairs For Hot Outlets And Light Switches: Don’t Ignore The Problem

Posted by on Mar 13, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you note that the electrical outlets and the light switches in your older home get warm or hot when they are in use, you want to have an electrician come to the house right away. There could be a variety of electrical concerns and safety hazards which could be causing this heat. You want to make sure that you and the house aren’t at risk, and an electrical professional can let you know right away if the house is safe or not. Here are a few possible problems that may be causing the hot electrical components. Bad Breaker You could have...

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