Repair A Hairline Crack In A Foundation Wall And Apply A Waterproofing Agent

Posted on: 3 November 2016
If a hairline crack surrounding one your basement's windows causes water to drip through the concrete surface whenever it is raining heavily, resolve the problem by completing the steps below. Afterwards, clean and seal the interior walls to provide the concrete with a protective barrier that will prevent moisture from entering your home. Supplies handheld scrub brush shop vacuum cleaner (with suction hose) tube of concrete repair patch caulk gun small trowel concrete cleaning agent sponges bucket of water several towels vinyl drop cloths waterproofing agent paint tray thick-napped paint roller and frame extension handle Repair The Crack And Clean The Concrete
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Keeping Your Parking Lot In Good Condition

Posted on: 19 October 2016
Your company's parking lot often serves as the first point of contact a customer has with your company. If the parking lot is allowed to fall into disrepair, then customers may think that you don't take pride in the goods and services you offer to the public. Investing in some repair work can be beneficial when it comes to keeping the asphalt in your parking lot smooth. Here are three tips you can use when resurfacing your parking lot to ensure that it remains in good condition well into the future.
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3 Renovations For An Affordable Alternative To A Complete Bathroom Remodel

Posted on: 30 September 2016
There are many reasons why you may want to update your outdated bathroom, but updating can sometimes mean costly remodeling projects. Remodeling jobs involve removing materials in the bathroom and completely redoing it. Renovations are a little different and involve more options for restoring the bathroom, such as refinishing baths and enamel sinks. You may also update lighting or paint and reface cabinetry. Here are some affordable renovation ideas that you can do as alternatives to completely remodeling your aged bathroom:
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Start Getting Your Home Ready For Winter

Posted on: 9 September 2016
Fall is almost here. Now is the time to start thinking about getting your home's roof ready for the winter. Freezing temperatures and snow storms can create big problems if your home's roof isn't ready for the colder weather. The following tips will help you prepare your home for the colder parts of the year. Clean the Gutters Your home's gutters help protect the roof by carrying away water runoff and melting snow.
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