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40 More Home Improvement Tips to Save You Time, Money and Headaches! (part 2 or 3)

The following is part 2 of 3 in our home improvement tips mini series. If you haven’t read part 1, you can do so here. You can craft your own kitchen back splash by using varnish and wallpaper. Begin by … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Home Improvement

Our home is the one place where we will really unwind and relax after a difficult day at work, and everyone wish to have the coziest and most cushy environment for our family. Since we realise that progress isn’t ending, … Continue reading

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How To Locate A Neighborhood Trades Company

Sooner or later in your life, you have to use a skilled professional to handle essential repairs to your own home, assist with putting together an extension, or simply just change your bathroom or kitchen. You might be thinking about the fee for choosing someone to do that on your behalf, but if you take into account your own time to finish the task, any extra tools or even gear you may have to hire and buy, and your own lack of experience (that will almost certainly lead to frustration!), using the services of a local tradesmen seems like a good option. Continue reading

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Follow An Outstanding DIY Guide To Sash Cord Replacement To Do The Task Right

You might find that you need to replace window sash cords. A DIY guide to sash cord replacement would be handy especially if you lack knowledge on how to approach the task. Replacing these could be a grueling task especially if you are doing it for the first time. Continue reading

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Some Tips On A Little Blog About Sash Windows For Consideration

Here is a little blog about sash windows. They go back 400 years in history. In case you don’t know what a sash window is, it uses a sliding mechanism to move the different parts of a window up or down, unlike a modern window which opens inside out. Even though traditionally sash windows were- and still are- made of wood, nowadays you can buy uPVC one too, which is easier to maintain than the wooden one. Continue reading

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