How To Paint Exterior With Pneumatic Sprayguns

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When it comes to painting your home, you are going to get more value out of your project if you paint the exterior yourself. However, exterior paint jobs are always more complicated and more expensive than interior paint jobs. This is partly because the texture on exterior surfaces is usually rougher, you have to fight the weather, and you have a larger surface area to cover. This means you need to use more paint.

18 January 2018

3 Remodeling Updates That Will Increase The Look And Feel Of Your Small Master Bathroom

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The master bathroom is one of the most important rooms of your home. Unfortunately, your master bath may not be the room of your dreams. An open, spacious, and functional master bath is not only important for bathing and grooming, but it is also an appealing option for buyers if you ever need to sell your home. To enhance the look and feel of your small master bath, consider these remodeling updates.

6 December 2017

Your Windows Are Talking, But Are You Listening?

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People are often surprised when they start having problems with their windows. The reality is, though, that their windows had been hinting that something was wrong long before they finally broke down. Here are a few common symptoms windows display when they're going bad and what they may be trying to tell you. Moisture Trapped Inside Double-Paned Glass Double-paned glass increases your home's energy efficiency because the space between the two pieces of glass is typically filled with an insulating layer of argon or krypton gas.

2 November 2017

Asphalt On Houses And Garages: What You Need To Know

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At one point, sixty to eighty years ago, asphalt was the go-to substance for a lot of things. People not only used it for roads, but also on their homes and garages. Some even used it to coat bomb shelters thinking that the asphalt would prevent incineration of the shelter! If you bought an old home and it has asphalt on the roof, asphalt as the siding, or asphalt on any part of the garage, there are some things you need to know:

2 August 2017

How To Crackle Paint Walls

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If you want to update your interior walls, consider crackle painting. Crackle painting makes the surface look cracked, giving it an antiquated look. Crackle painting is also a good way to apply your creativity. A novice can crackle paint walls. Here are tips to complete this project yourself. Prepare to Work For this project, you need: work gloves step-ladder hair dryer (optional) breathing apparatus drop cloths tarp or plastic bucket sponge or cloths mild dish detergent crackle glaze stain-blocking primer two contrasting color of latex acrylic varnish (optional paint paint brush Use a step-ladder, if needed, to reach high points.

27 December 2016

Roofing Tips To Prevent Condensation Damage To Your Tiny House

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Investing in the construction of a tiny house can be a great way to own your own home without having to take on a lengthy mortgage. Since the living space inside a tiny home is smaller than that of a traditional home, more activities are occurring within a limited area. These living activities can contribute to the creation of moisture within your tiny home. Eliminating condensation through proper roofing techniques is essential when it comes to protecting your tiny home from water damage.

27 December 2016

Top Features To Look For In A Rotary Screw Air Compressor For Your Workshop

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When you rely heavily on compressed air for air tools and other applications in your workshop, not just any air compressor will be able to supply what you need. There is good reason why rotary screw air compressors are the most common model invested in for industrial purposes: these workhorses are far more efficient and far more powerful. If you are in the process of buying a rotary screw air compressor for your workshop, chances are you'll be a little lost in all of the choices and options.

27 December 2016

Using a Rented Stud Welder to Remove Dents from Your Building's Metal Panels

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Traditionally, removing dents from a metal surface inside a building required the drilling of holes for the placement of studs. These studs were then used to pull the dent out of the metal, but this also resulted in a weakening of the metal surface. In order to retain the structural integrity of metal surfaces, more and more construction companies are turning to stud-welding processes for dent removal instead. Welding a series of pins to the dented surface, pulling the dent out, and then snipping and grinding the pins to restore the aesthetic appearance eliminates the drilling of holes that can weaken metal.

1 December 2016

Are You Suffering From Whole-Apartment Plumbing Backups? Bottom Floor Clogs Might Be To Blame


Dealing with plumbing backups in your apartment building can be a long-term process, especially if multiple ones are occurring throughout the building. However, if this problem continues to recur for residents in your complex across multiple floors, there might be a clog in the bottom floor piping contributing to this problem. The Plumbing In Your Building Is Connected To deal with this problem, you have to understand the ways thatthe plumbing in your complex is connected.

7 November 2016

Shredding: Not Just For Paper Documents Anymore

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With more and more companies converting to digital communications, the importance of being able to successfully destroy electronic components is growing. While companies used to be able to rely on a shredder to eliminate correspondence on paper, digital correspondence can be more challenging to eliminate. Shredding companies have risen to the demand for successful elimination of electronic information by offering shredding services for hard drives. Here are two ways that a shredding contractor can assist you in destroying any potential information on your unwanted hard drives in the future.

24 October 2016