How Long Does It Take To Remodel A Bathroom?
Mar28

How Long Does It Take To Remodel A Bathroom?

Bathrooms are one of the most popular rooms in a home to renovate. They are also important to renovate, as a bathroom remodel can really give your house an updated look and help you sell it if that’s what you are looking to do. Outdated bathrooms can make your house much more difficult to sell. Before you jump in to a bathroom remodel, you need to consider if you are ready for one. Unlike redoing a bedroom, the amount of work needed...

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How To Remove Mold From Wood
Mar23

How To Remove Mold From Wood

Black mold poses a great danger to your health as well as the building structure in case this is made out of wood. When you notice the first sign of black mold, you want to get rid of it as soon as you can. There are 2 options when it comes to removing (black) mold from wood: you can either hire professionals to implement the black mold removal project; or you can do it yourself. Here is 1. Wash off the visible surface mold as much as...

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How To Get Rid Of Carpet Odor From Water Damage
Feb28

How To Get Rid Of Carpet Odor From Water Damage

If you’ve ever experienced a flood or leak that has caused water damage to your carpet, you know how tough it can be to eliminate the resulting odors from your carpeting. Even after you believe all repairs are complete, you can still be left with a musty smell. If this has happened to you, you are likely smelling mold or mildew in your carpet. Mold and mildew spread like wildfire in areas that are damp, warm, and dark, just like...

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How to Paint The Trim: A Step-By-Step Guide
Feb03

How to Paint The Trim: A Step-By-Step Guide

The wood trim around your floors and walls often takes a beating, which means you will probably need to repair and repaint it at some point. Here are the steps required to properly paint the trim in your home, if you are going to undertake this task on your own. Step 1: Clean It Before doing anything else, clean all dirt from the trim. Use a rough sponge, if necessary, to remove all grime from it. Step 2: Sand It If the trim is...

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