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Is It Time To Call A Plumber?

21 November 2014
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When water seems to be a problem, the first thing that many people wonder is if it is time to call a plumber. For major leaks and installations, it may be. What if the problem is smaller? Should you call a plumber or try a home repair first? Here is a closer look at a few minor problems, and solutions that may prevent a call to the plumber. Drippy Faucet Read More …

How To Get An Expensive Kitchen Look On A Dime

19 November 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Have you ever seen an expensive kitchen remodeling show on TV and wished you had money to splash around like that? Well, you might not have the money, but you can create a comparable look by using these frugal tips: Redefine the Layout Have you ever thought that your kitchen may be looking cheap just because of its layout rather than its fixtures? You can experiment with different layouts and see what works for you. Read More …

What To Look Out For When Purchasing Drywall

19 November 2014
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If you are a general contractor, then it is likely that you purchase bulk building materials so you can reduce your overall costs. If these materials include drywall, then you need to make sure that you purchase high quality materials. Otherwise, you may end up with defective building supplies. Defective drywall can quickly erode and the materials can cause health issues inside homes and office buildings. When you buy your drywall, there are a number of things you should look for to make sure that it is not defective. Read More …

Four Steps In Tuckpointing For Bringing Historic Brickwork Back To Life

18 November 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have a historic restoration project, there will be a lot of things that you have to do to restore materials to their original condition. One of these things may be tuckpointing, which is a process of restoring the mortar joints in brickwork or bringing them out to make them look more accurate and detailed. It is a job that is usually done by a professional tuckpointing mason because it is tedious work that requires skilled hands. Read More …

How To Save Your Home From Water Damage

12 November 2014
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If flooding from a river or excessive rainfall were to affect your home, you would need to act fast to remove the water before any permanent damage happened. Water damage is not fun to clean up after, but it is possible to do yourself if you are aware of what needs to be done. Here are directions that you can put to use if your home were to become the victim of a flood. Read More …