Installing A New Shower? Don't Make These Mistakes!

Posted on: 28 September 2016

Installing a new shower can give your whole bathroom new appeal. It's lovely to step into a brand new, crystal clean shower. But if you want to make sure that shower keeps serving you well for years to come, you must avoid these common mistakes homeowners make when installing a new shower. Not angling the floor towards the drain. If you're installing a one-piece shower insert, you can likely disregard this advice since most are already designed with this concern in mind.
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3 Strategies For Restoring Mold Damaged Wood

Posted on: 11 August 2016

It's never a good thing when a home floods—especially when precious wooden objects become subject to mold infestations. Fortunately, with the right knowledge it may be possible to restore wooden furniture to its original glory. If you would like to improve your mold remediation skills, read on. This article will provide three strategies for restoring mold damaged wood.   A Quick Word About Safety Before you get your restoration started, it is important to realize that mold represents a potentially serious health risk.
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Slip And Falls And Tile: How To Keep People From Falling On Your Businesses Tile Floor

Posted on: 18 July 2016

The National Safety Council states that around 25,000 people are involved in slip and fall accidents every day, costing businesses $3.5 million dollars every hour. As a business owner, you will want to do everything you can to help prevent this from occurring. Here are a few different ways you can help prevent slip and fall accidents if your business has tile flooring. Select a Tile That Isn't Slippery One of the first ways to help prevent a slip and fall in your accident is to select tile flooring that is not slippery.
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How To Faux Wood Grain Paint Walls

Posted on: 24 May 2016

If you want a different look for your walls, consider faux wood grain painting. Faux wood grain painting gives the look of real wood without the expense. Faux wood grain painting sounds intimidating, but it is an easy remodeling project for a beginning DIY enthusiast to do. Here are some tips to faux wood grain paint walls. Prepare to Work For this project, you need : work gloves face mask screwdriver plastic sheeting painters tape drop cloths box fan clear acrylic glaze rags 6-inch and 12-inch paint tray 6-inch and 12-inch paint roller 5-inch wood grain rocker ( tool with a curved textured pad) two shades of brown latex paint extension pole angled paint brush Cover doors with plastic sheeting to keep paint fumes from spreading, and lay drop cloths on floors and furniture.
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