4 Tips To Get The Best Return On A Bathroom Remodel

Posted on: 13 February 2016

The decision to remodel your bathroom before selling your home is a smart one. Bathrooms can pay off when the renovation is correctly done. Here are some tips to help ensure that you get the best return on your bathroom remodeling project.  Check Comparable Homes Your bathroom remodeling does not start with demolition. It starts by checking out comparable homes in your area. Find out what the bathrooms in those homes feature that plays well to the market.
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Three Things You May Be Doing That Could Lead To Big Plumbing Problems Down The Road

Posted on: 22 January 2016

Most people are aware of some basic plumbing "dos and don'ts" like not pouring grease or oil down a drain and letting lines drip in the winter. Unfortunately though, there's actually a lot about plumbing that people don't understand. It's easy to be setting yourself up for a big plumbing problem in the future without even realizing that you're doing it. Here's a look at three things you might be doing that could lead to big time problems.
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Above The Cabinet Space: What To Do With It?

Posted on: 5 January 2016

That space above your kitchen cabinets may have served a purpose to the previous tenants and their collection of decorative vases, but it may be awkward space to you. You can fill in this space in a decorative manner and make it useful to you as well. See below for tips on what to do with the space above your kitchen cabinets. Fill It In Add pieces of thin plywood to give the illusion of taller, custom looking cabinets.
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How To Repair Loose Glass Panes

Posted on: 16 December 2015

As windows age, they often become less efficient. They can become louder and less air-tight. This a particularly prevalent issue with wooden windows because they are subject to warping from water damage. One common problem with wooden windows is with the glass pane gets loose within the sash. Luckily, this is an issue that you can fix with just a few simple tools. This article explains how to reseal a loose glass pane in a wooden window sash.
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