How To Remove And Replace A Bathtub Faucet Spout

Posted on: 29 January 2016
You may have never thought much about your bathtub spout, but if your spout is worn, corroded or simply outdated, then it is time to replace it with a new one. Replacement is a fairly simple task for the average homeowner, but as with any plumbing home improvement project, extra care must be exercised to prevent potentially-destructive water leaks. Below is a list of tools and materials you will need, as well as step-by-step instructions on how to perform the replacement:
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Guide to Creating a Rustic Farmhouse Kitchen

Posted on: 12 January 2016
If you are a homeowner hoping to improve the look and value of your house, remodeling the kitchen is a great place to start. Of course, the various trends in kitchen design can be overwhelming. Thankfully, the rustic, farmhouse look is a great option to choose for a functional, attractive, and valuable kitchen space. Using this design guide, you can create the rustic farmhouse kitchen of your dreams. Reclaimed Pieces
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The Advantages Of Vinyl Over Wood For Fencing

Posted on: 18 December 2015
While wood fencing has its place in the world, if you're concerned about the impact your fencing has on the environment, it may not be the best choice for you. And if you'd rather spend your spare time engaged in activities that don't include painting, sealing and resealing -- you may want to want to consider vinyl fencing instead. Vinyl fencing has a wealth of advantages over those wood fences of old, and if you take time to compare the two before making your buying decision, you just might save yourself time, money, and trouble.
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What Are The Most Cost-Effective Ways To Waterproof Your Waterfront Foundation?‚Äč

Posted on: 9 December 2015
If you've recently purchased your dream lakefront or riverfront home, you may be wondering about the best ways to protect your new investment. Because of your home's close proximity to water, ensuring your foundation is waterproofed should be one of your highest priorities for both physical and financial security. However, after signing onto a new mortgage, you may be reluctant to invest significant additional funds into this type of preventive maintenance.
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