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Tips for Planning Your Attic to Bathroom Conversion

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When you consider that loft conversions and bathrooms are two things that can add significant value to your property, it makes total sense to kill two birds with one stone and convert an attic into an additional bathroom. But this is not a job that is easy to complete, and there are many unique considerations when planning a loft to bathroom conversion. Here are some of the things that you ought to know.…

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Fencing Supplies & You: 3 Ways to Decorate Your Timber Fence

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There’s more to a fence than timber, and if you want a really unique look, you’ll need to count more than wood and nails among your fencing supplies. Here are a few Martha Stewart worthy ideas to make your timber fence really your own. 1. Hanging plants If you want a cozy and rustic look, you can always set up some plants for growth on the length of your fence.…

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Picking a material for your driveway

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Your driveway is an essential part of your house. An important thing to remember about driveways is that they aren’t just a piece of ground you can treat however you want. Therefore, it’s very important that you choose a material that you know you can handle and that you know will go well with the rest of your property. To choose an appropriate material for your driveway, you should know a little bit about the different types available.…

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Renewing Your Bathroom Tiles without Replacing Them

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Renovating your bathroom is a worthwhile but expensive venture. You can save a precious dime when you repaint your bathroom tiles. This will breathe new life to your bathroom without the expense associated with a whole overhaul. Things you will need: A bathroom cleaner A painter’s mask A high-adhesion primer paint Latex paint High adhesive epoxy paint Sandpaper or a deglosser A spray painter Clean the Tiles The first step you need to take is to remove any accumulated grime from the tile surfaces.…

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What are the pros and cons of having a heated driveway?

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If you live in an area that gets a lot of rain, snow, and ice, you might be aware that heated driveways are available. There are a wide range of benefits to choosing a heated driveway, but also some drawbacks you might not have thought about. Here are the pros and cons of getting a heated driveway installed by your builder. Pro: It can help protect your family One of the top benefit of having a heated driveway is the fact that it can help protect your family and save them from injury.…

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Some Important Things to Consider About Industrial Leasing

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Industrial leasing refers to leasing an industrial area or complex; this may mean a production facility, warehouse, and the like. Leasing this type of facility is often very different than leasing an office, as it may be larger, will need different forms of insurance to cover the work you’ll be doing in the space, and so on. If you’re considering leasing an industrial space, note a few important things to consider about the lease itself.…

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Questions You Need to Ask Before You Decide to Hire a Skip Bin

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It’s somewhat standard to get a skip bin when you’re ready to tackle any major home renovation project or remodeling job or for a good general cleanup about the house and yard. A skip bin can keep trash and debris out of your yard and ensure it gets tossed properly, as chances are your local trash pickup service will not take away roofing materials, bricks, sod, and other such items you may need to toss out.…

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Roof Repair Tips

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Roofing systems are not designed to last forever. This means that small leaks or roof damage is common. It is possible for you to repair small roof leaks on your own, and you can spot a roof leak by inspecting the ceiling of your home. Water stains on the ceiling are a direct sign of a leak. If you have an asphalt roof, replacing the shingles that have become damaged is the best way to stop the leak.…

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How Climate Factors into Site Analysis

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When designing a building, one of the first things contractors must consider is the desired location. The weather, surrounding buildings, and soil must all be factored into the specifications as they can all affect the eventual success of the building. After a site is chosen, a process called site analysis must be conducted. As you might guess, this is a thorough study of the aforementioned factors and includes graphs, maps, and in-depth data surrounding each one.…

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How To Cut And Hang Roller Blinds

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Roller blinds are a versatile and stylish window dressing option.  With a few basic DIY skills, you can cut and hang your roller blinds yourself.  Here’s how. What you’ll need Your roller blind kit will contain all the fittings and fixings that you require.  You’ll also need a tape measure, a drill, a craft knife and a junior hacksaw. Measure-up The first thing to do is to accurately measure the window opening where the blinds are to be fitted.…

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