Short on Cash? Check Out These Inexpensive Kitchen Remodeling Ideas

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Short on Cash? Check Out These Inexpensive Kitchen Remodeling Ideas

Remodeling your kitchen can get very expensive. I would know because I hired a few contractors to give me estimates as to how much it would cost to transform my old, dingy kitchen. However, when I saw those estimates, I nearly fainted. I knew it would be pricey, but not that expensive. While I couldn't afford a full-blown remodel, my kitchen was in desperate need of a makeover. Thanks to friends, magazines and home improvement shows, I was able to complete some inexpensive projects that instantly transformed and modernized my kitchen. This website was created to help others in the same situation as me. If your kitchen needs new look, but a full remodel is pricey, I hope my website gives you some ideas for less expensive remodeling ideas.

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How to Care for Your Laminate Flooring to Help It Last Its Longest

16 September 2016
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When you are considering remodeling your home, including installing hardwood flooring, there are many types of flooring you can choose from. Laminate flooring that looks like hardwood is an affordable option that has the look and durability of solid hardwood flooring, as it can last up to 25 years until it needs replacement. Here are some tips to help you take care of, repair, and refinish your laminate flooring.  Maintain Read More …

Tips To Help You Secure A Strong EPDM Roof Patch

16 September 2016
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Flat roofs are extremely popular on top of businesses, and EPDM roofs are popular when it comes to membrane style roofs. Membranes protect roofs from leaks and they move water away from the roof's surface so it can drain. EPDM roofs are made out of a synthetic rubber, and sheets that are as wide as 50 feet can be used to create a roof. The membranes are typically either 45 or 60 mils thick. Read More …

5 Warning Signs That Your Crane Is In Need Of Immediate Service

25 July 2016
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Whether you rent a crane or purchase one new or used, the warning signs of immediate collapse remain the same. Ignoring the first signs of damage and deterioration will only lead to extensive property damage and injured or dead employees. Train everyone working on and around the crane to report these five warning signs of danger as soon as they notice any of them. Tipping When a mobile or tower crane starts to lean and the tracks or tires start to leave the ground, tipping is very likely to occur. Read More …

Improving Your Home’s Energy Efficiency Through Attic Hatch Insulation

5 July 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

While maintaining a nice warm home is a comforting part of winter, the related energy expenses can cause a lot of stress. Fortunately, it isn't as hard as you might think to lower your heating bills. If you would like to learn more about preparing your home for winter, read on. This article will teach you how to keep your energy bills down by eliminating one common cause of heat leaks: your attic hatch. Read More …

3 Tips To Protect Your Basement From Potential Floods And Water Damage

13 June 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

If your home has a basement, you most likely understand the benefits of this space. From extra living space for relaxing and playing to an additional area for storing your belongings, the value of a basement is easy to see. Unfortunately, the basement is the lowest part of your home, so it is at a higher risk of flooding and water damage. A heavy amount of rain in a short period of time, a backed up septic system, or a broken water heater may all cause flooding in your basement. Read More …