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Basement Walls Waterproofing
Two out of every ten people I know, choose to ignore, or live with damp problems, not realising the possible resultant damage. Ever see little patches of white powder appearing on your walls? We once decided to ignore damp symptoms, and ended up replacing the door frame.Home Rainwater Harvesting
Rainwater collection is not difficult. Doing this helps to save water and reduce your water bills. Furthermore the water is more environmentally friendly than tap water which is chemically treated.Bargeboards – To Repair or Replace?
Are your bargeboards looking tired and showing signs of weathering? If you are pondering whether you should repair or replace them, then it is almost always the best option to replace them. This article explains why.Basement Waterproofing: How Does Water Enter A Building?
Water can enter a basement from many different weak points in a structure, but the 2 major causes of water intrusion is from either the leakage of groundwater or by surface water leakage. Think of the exterior of any building as an envelope that has to be sealed tight so water cannot enter. The most vulnerable points in all structures for water to enter is where 2 construction elements meet or “transition.”Home Improvement Projects Pay Off
Whether you are planning to sell your home or pass it down through generations of children, there are multitudes of ways in which home improvement projects pay off nearly every single time they are undertaken. This is because it is possible to improve the place you live, and improves the quality of your living as well. Older houses are not always in the most up-kept state of repair.