How Clock Restoration Can Be A Meaningful Gift

Posted on: 28 December 2016

Are you still trying to figure out what to get your parents or grandparents as a gift? Does one of them own an heirloom clock that has seen better days? Although you and your family may be under the impression that there's nothing to be done for the clock, that may not be true. Here are some things that a restoration expert can do for your family's prized antique clock:
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Tips For Repairing A Ripped Window Screen

Posted on: 23 November 2016

If you've got rips in some window screens from a rambunctious dog, you'll probably have to replace the entire screen. You can fix tiny holes with thread or magnets, but the repair job looks shoddy if you try to tape or sew a large rip. Repairing a window screen isn't too difficult. All you have to do is pull out the old screen and force the new one into place with a roller and spline.
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3 Tips For Preventing Mold From Growing In Your Bathroom

Posted on: 22 November 2016

The last thing that you probably want to see in your bathroom is mold, but the truth is that this area of the home can be very prone to mold growth. After all, mold thrives in warm, moist conditions, making the bathroom the perfect place for you to see it. Luckily, there are ways that you can help prevent mold from growing in your bathroom, so give these tips a try.
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Hold On Before You Rush To Repair Water Damaged Drywall Yourself

Posted on: 16 November 2016

If your home has been compromised by water damage, you likely want to get it repaired as quickly as possible. Perhaps you have plans to make some of the repairs yourself to save on repair costs, especially if you did not have insurance to cover the damage. Some people consider drywall repair as an easy do-it-yourself task, but they fail to realize the complexities that can occur when drywall has been damaged by water.
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