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This is an article which guides you step by step on how to remove old sheetrock and replace it with new. If the walls in your home are damaged you may want to consider repairing them. This article will help you DIY instead of having to hire a professional which can be very expensive.
Published by Samantha Thompson 67 months ago in Home Repairs | +0 votes | 0 comments
This is an article for DIY lovers, or for any one who is about to make a home repair. This article talks about the different types of nails and screws that are available. Each description of each type of nail and screw also lists the most common uses for that type of nail or screw.
Published by Samantha Thompson 67 months ago in Home Repairs | +1 votes | 0 comments
A handyman is someone who can complete odd jobs around your home or office. A handyman is also known as a handy person, service contractor or maintenance professional. You can hire a handyman to hang pictures, paint walls, fix the toilet or install a new sink. Whatever job you need completed around the home, you will need to know how to find a professional to get the job done.
Published by Debbie Bastien 67 months ago in Home Repairs | +0 votes | 0 comments
Two top companies are competing for your home improvement dollar. Home Depot, the largest home improvement company, and Lowe's, the second largest. How do you choose who to give your hard earned money to...or do you ignore the big box stores altogether, and support the 'little guy'? My review of Lowe's and Home Depot follows, in the hopes of making your decision easier.
Published by Missy Lowe 68 months ago in Home Repairs | +1 votes | 1 comments
The silicone caulk temperature range suits different applications. This material is flexible and weatherproof. People like to use it because it adheres well to almost any surface. This means that they can invest in one adhesive and have it to use for almost all household and commercial purposes. It stands up to high temperatures and extreme pressure.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 68 months ago in Home Repairs | +0 votes | 0 comments
A garage door is a large functional door that is used by many, for them to keep their car or vehicle safe and the most essential mechanism of a garage. Now, if your garage door suddenly stops functioning and does not open, or broken, it can really be a big problem and can be very annoying. And it can be more frustrating, when it suddenly happens at the time that you badly need your car to be out for some important meeting or at any emergency reasons. And of course, repairing is the number one s...
Published by Tiffany Shayne Villegas 68 months ago in Home Repairs | +1 votes | 0 comments
A plastic or resin water fountain is a beautiful water feature indoors or out. The relaxing bubbling sounds can be cut short if the fountain suffers damage from impacts, accidents or climate changes and begins to leak. A handy homeowner can fix the fountain will restore it to a useful condition.
Published by Luca DeMario 68 months ago in Home Repairs | +0 votes | 0 comments
Caulking, like painting, really is an art, but it is an art that anyone can learn with a little knowledge and with a little practice. Right along with learning what materials and techniques to use for ay given situation, you must develop patience. Patience truly is a virtue when caulking, because caulking is not something that can be rushed, it takes time to run a bead neatly and correctly.
Published by Jerry Walch 68 months ago in Home Repairs | +8 votes | 5 comments
Making timely repairs to cracked basement walls protects the strength of the house. Cracks in a basement wall left unrepaired can lead to water damage along with mold and mildew growth in the home. Many cracked basement walls can be repaired by a handy homeowner, while some require a professional.
Published by Luca DeMario 68 months ago in Home Repairs | +0 votes | 0 comments
With electricity and water charges continuing to rise due to increased regulation and higher energy costs, homeowners need to look for ways to reduce your utility charges wherever possible. Some fixes are as simple as lowering your hot water heater temperature or running your dishwasher, while other ways to reduce energy usages requires adding insulation, weatherstripping, or installing a new thermostat.
Published by Daniel Snyder 68 months ago in Home Repairs | +9 votes | 3 comments
Rattling interior doors are a nuisance. Fortunately the cause is usually a gap that develops between the door stop and the door which is easily remedied. The problem can be fixed by readjusting the tang on the strike plate, by shimming the door stop with cork dots, or by repositioning the door stop strip.
Published by Jerry Walch 68 months ago in Home Repairs | +6 votes | 3 comments
The rule that “There is no exception to the rule that every rule has an exception,” does not apply where the DIY enthusiast is concerned. There are four cardinal rules of DIY that should be violated: (1) The DIY mantra of “Safety First, always safety first;” (2) Plan carefully before starting any project; (3) always work with a helper; and (4) use the money you save to buy quality tools, equipment, and supplies.
Published by Jerry Walch 68 months ago in Home Repairs | +12 votes | 6 comments
Removing silicone sealant is possible if you have the right tools and materials. It is not always easy to do this with items that are commonly found in the home. In some situations, special chemicals must be used to make this task easier. A scraper is commonly used with easy cases.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 68 months ago in Home Repairs | +1 votes | 0 comments
Spring is here. The snow is melting, and the ground beginning to thaw out. This is that time of year when some basements will begin to spring leaks, and your thoughts turn to basement waterproofing. When it comes to waterproofing your basement you have two options—interior or exterior waterproofing. There are several methods or approaches to each of those options and which approach will work best for you will depend on several factors: Where you live; how your basement walls and foundation a...
Published by Jerry Walch 69 months ago in Home Repairs | +10 votes | 7 comments
The life in the city has become very complicated and face paced. Are you now thinking of shifting your residence to your Winter Cottage situated outside the city limits. You could have made the right decision. But there are certain things that have to be taken into consideration before shifting to your Winter Cottage.
Published by PINAKIN THAKRE 69 months ago in Home Repairs | +4 votes | 2 comments
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