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Two Carpet Cleaning Tips To Remember

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Your home’s carpet was an expensive investment in its aesthetics and comfort, but it is an unavoidable fact of life that carpets will eventually accumulate substantial amounts of dirt and grime. Sadly, cleaning carpet can be a labour intensive task, and if it is not done correctly it can result in major damage to the carpet. Luckily, there are a couple of tips you can follow that will help ensure cleaning your carpet is as simple and problem-free as possible. Read More»

Learn How To Make A Unique Walking Path With Landscaping Rocks

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Many homeowners don’t want an awkward sidewalk going through their yard because they feel that it takes away from the overall look of the home. However, you can quickly and easily create an attractive walking path to your front door using landscaping rocks. Use the following guide to learn how to create a walking path that is both visually appealing and useful. Supplies You’ll Need A shovel A water hose Water A broom Large, flat landscaping rocks Small pea gravel Choose the Location of Your Walking Path Read More»

How To Fix Decorative Wooden Doors

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Fixing wooden interior and exterior residential doors can be problematic due to the decorative trim and molding. Fixing small holes in the crevices of a decorated wooden door is not very easy. This article will explain what tools you will need, and how to properly repair small holes in wooden doors. Fixing Small Holes Fixing small holes in a door is easy if you have the right tools and products. To fill small holes in a door you should use heavy-duty wood filler or car body filler. Read More»

Home Improvement: 4 Tips For Improving Communication With Your General Contractor

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Communication is important in every relationship, including the one with your general contractor. After all, you can’t just expect your contractor to know what you want. So to convey your dream, you must communicate. If communication isn’t your forte, use these four tips to help bring down the communication barrier between you and your contractor. 1. Be Upfront And Honest About Your Budget Even if you have never had a room remodeled, you should have asked for an estimate on the project. Read More»