Want To Turn Your Old Wet Basement Into A Great Space? Who To Call

Posted on: 30 January 2017

If you live in an old home with a lot of moisture and flooding in the basement, and you would like turn it from a dungeon to a usable space, there are contractors that can help. If the air always feels moist, you can smell mold or mildew, and water pools around the drains and in the sump pump crock, then it's time to make changes. Here are the things you want to do, to see what potential the space has.
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How to Lift Sagging Wooden Cabinet Doors

Posted on: 30 January 2017

If you have sagging wooden cabinet doors, you don't have to replace the cabinet. Sagging doors occur because of wear and tear, stripped screws, overloading, or improper installation. It is possible to fix the doors without taking the cabinet down. Here are tips to fix sagging cabinet doors. Inspect the Screws For this project, you need: work gloves safety glasses rag tooth picks or matches clear drying wood glue screwdriver utility knife hammer 2-by-4-by-36 boards three-inch bugle head screws drill miter saw plastic laminate scraps Determine the source of the sagging.
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Space Saving Kitchen Remodeling for Small Homes With Tiny Spaces

Posted on: 27 January 2017

Kitchens are areas of homes that get remodeled to keep them updated since they are often the main gathering areas in homes. Older homes often have outdated designs, which you may want to improve with renovations that make your kitchen more modern. To add more space to your home, space saving designs in the kitchen can also be a good idea. Here are some of the space saving ideas you may want for your home:
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Ways to Repurpose Existing Furniture Items into a Bathroom Redesign

Posted on: 27 January 2017

When you're looking to change the appearance of your bathroom with the help of a remodeling contractor, you don't necessarily need to begin your search at a plumbing store. If you're on a budget or favor the low environmental impact of repurposing old items instead of buying new ones, there are a number of projects that you and your contractor can tackle. Shopping at secondhand stores and even looking throughout the basement and garage of your own home can yield the necessary furniture and other items to use in your bathroom makeover.
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