Common Hardwood Flooring Problems

Posted on: 19 August 2019

Despite the fact that hardwood is one of the most common materials for residential floors, homeowners frequently fail to effectively care for hardwood floors. This can result in the floors being damaged or suffering other deterioration. What Can Be Done For Slight Scratches To The Surface Of The Hardwood Floors? Shallow scratches to the surface of the floors is a routine type of wear that hardwood floors will likely experience. Whether this is from the claws of your pets, your shoes, or debris on the floor rubbing against the wood, it can often be possible to repair these issues with wood fillers.
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Want To Add A Shower Niche? 3 Things To Consider

Posted on: 19 August 2019

When it comes to home improvements, the bathroom is often the focus of renovations. A new shower in particular is a very desirable feature for many homeowners. There are various options to choose from when it comes to showers. One thing that homeowners should consider when adding a shower or renovating their current shower is storage. A shower niche is a great place for shampoo, soap, and other items that you may keep in the shower.
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Here's What You Should Expect From The Roofing Contractor You Hire For Repairs

Posted on: 19 August 2019

Now that you have noticed the damage on your home's roof, it's time to hire a roofing contractor to make repairs. Here are a few things you should expect from the roofing contractor you decide to hire: A Complete Inspection One important service your roofing contractor should offer is a complete roof inspection. Before they even begin working on the repairs that you hire them to complete, they should inspect the entirety of your roofing structure to make sure no other problems are present that you aren't aware of.
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Four Building Truss Designs You Can Make In A Pinch Yourself

Posted on: 8 July 2019

When you work in construction, you expect that when you order roofing trusses, they will arrive fully built and ready to use. What you do not expect is that you may get some broken trusses, which may delay your project and force you to extend the deadline on your project. However, that almost never happens, and even if it did happen to you, you could easily build a truss to replace any one truss that needed replacing.
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