Using Different Finishes For Your Home Exterior

18 March 2019
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, Blog

For exterior painting, you need a finish that is appropriate for the walls, trims, windows and everything else. It is best that these elements are painted with different finishes regardless of what colour they are. If you use the same finish everywhere, this can create a flat, one-dimensional effect. Generally, you will have three options, though the actual options may vary depending on the manufacturer. Flat Finish: For Walls Only A flat finish is the most porous and the least light reflective.
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Looking To Breathe New Life Into Your Kitchen? Install Splashbacks!

24 February 2019
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If your kitchen is starting to look worse for wear, with the main trouble areas being your walls, it is highly likely that you do not have splashbacks. Some people view splashbacks as an unnecessary addition to their kitchen since they assume they are only for aesthetic reasons. The reality, however, is that splashbacks are just as functional as they are attractive. So, if you are looking to breathe new life into your kitchen, here are a few reasons to install splashbacks!
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Steps to Take in Repairing Windows in Your Home

29 January 2019
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Imagine walking past your window and feeling a draft. The window is closed, so there should not be any air coming in, right? This problem can sometimes happen with older windows and can easily be repaired. Or maybe your window is stuck shut and you want to let in the fresh air. Here are some steps to take when repairing windows in your home to make the process painless and efficient.
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Seat Features that Improve the Comfort of Construction Truck Drivers

2 April 2018
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Heavy construction equipment drivers are a scarce resource, and contractors are doing all they can to keep the operators happy. The reason is that massive construction machines require some level of focus that tends to drain drivers both physically and mentally. Therefore, construction truck drivers need to be as comfortable as possible when operating such equipment. As a contractor, you must ensure such comfort, and the first areas you can start with are the seats.
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2 Pre-Purchase Inspections Every First-Time Homeowner Needs To Book

19 March 2018
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Buying your first home is one of life's most impactful milestones. The transition from renter to homeowner is a significant change which is both exciting and terrifying at the same time. Before purchasing a property, it's vital that you have the appropriate pre-purchase inspections completed before committing to becoming the owner. This is true of all property purchases but as a first-time buyer, it's particularly important. There are enough challenges to becoming a property owner without the added complication and expense of hidden problems that weren't identified before the sales contract becomes unconditional.
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If you are planning to carry out construction work on the interior or exterior of your home, you should first take professional advice. My home is located on quite a steep hill and I decided that I would like to build an extension. Not only would this involve digging a new foundation, it would also involve backfilling some areas of land so the new extension would be properly supported. I decided to call my friend who works as a contractor for a construction company. He offered me lots of great advice and thanks to him the job was a complete success.

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