Granny Flats and Other Useful Ideas for Expansion

Chipped Floors? 4 Steps To Fix Small Cracks In Your Tiled Flooring

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Tiled flooring looks good if maintained well and can last for a long time, but small chips and cracks will cause your floor surfaces to look unsightly and shabby. Replacing a tile or a whole set of tiles may seem expensive, especially when a simple fix is possible for the do-it-yourself homeowner. This guide will help you undertake simple steps to fix small cracks in your tiled flooring. Gather Your Crack Repair Materials Read More»

Basic Plumbing Supplies Every Homeowner Should Have

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There is nothing worse than dealing with a plumbing emergency but having to wait for your emergency plumber to make their way to your residence. Unfortunately, plumbing systems are quite intricate and they tend to succumb to wear and tear over time. As such, it is not unusual to find yourself needing to repair a component relating to your plumbing at one time or another. To make these situations less stressful, it would be best to have some basic plumbing supplies in your home. Read More»

Painting The Nursery: Two Tips To Make Sure You Don't Overdo It

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Getting the nursery ready for your first baby is such an exciting time. Putting together the new furniture, deciding on a theme and getting sucked into decorating the room is a lot of fun. However, all pregnancies have good days and bad, so it is important you take care not to over-exert yourself while you are getting this room ready for the new arrival. Keep these points in mind before you pull out your painting clothes so you can be sure the room gets prepared without putting your body under extra pressure. Read More»

How to Prevent Gearbox Problems as You Change Lubricants

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Heavy machinery gearboxes carry heavy loads and work for long hours. This can predispose them to developing problems if the process of changing lubricants isn’t well managed. This article discusses some useful tips that will help you to preserve the condition of the heavy machinery gearbox as you change the lubricant. Avoid Solvent Flushing Compounds Some people use gearbox-flushing compounds to remove any trace of the degraded lubricant that they are replacing. Read More»

Put A Lid On It: Choosing Moisture Resistant Materials For Your Shower Ceiling

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Damp, mould and mildew are the eternal nemeses of any bathroom, and no part of your bathroom is more vulnerable to the deleterious effects of excessive moisture than your shower ceiling. Showers produce large amounts of airborne moisture which can quickly leave an unsuitable shower ceiling damp and mouldy—to make matters worse, shower stalls, shower curtains and splash guards all act as barriers to contain this moisture and reduce air circulation. Read More»