Limescale & Treating Hard Water

Posted on: 15 October 2018

The condition of water in your house plays a major role in how well certain appliances are able to operate. For example, if your dishwasher doesn't seem to be producing as much water as it should, it might be due to there being a high level of minerals in the water. Too many minerals cause limescale to build up in the plumbing pipes, which can cause a decrease in water pressure. [Read More]

Some Tips To Help Waterproof Your Basement

Posted on: 3 September 2018

Even if your basement is a space you never think about and is only the home to your HVAC and hot water units, you still need to keep it as dry as possible. If you allow water to get inside, including moisture or condensation to form inside the space you risk having the cement start to crumble and decay. This can cause major problems for the rest of the building as the support for the walls and floors are damaged or destroyed. [Read More]

Want To Change Your Kitchen To A Farmhouse Kitchen? 2 Tips To Help You Get Started

Posted on: 23 July 2018

If you look through magazines or at home decorating websites, you will see a lot about farmhouse kitchens. This is because this type of kitchen is becoming more and more popular even if you do not live on a farm. If this is something you would like to have, below are two tips to help you get started so you can have the kitchen of your dreams. Cabinets Choose natural solid wood cabinets for a farmhouse kitchen. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Invest In A Caulking Corner Tool

Posted on: 8 June 2018

If you're setting up a small business as a caulking contractor, you'll need to visit your local home improvement store to load up on supplies. Beyond the necessary tools such as a tube of caulking and the gun with which to use it, make sure that you also buy a caulking corner tool. This simple device won't break the bank and will be a valuable ally throughout your caulking jobs. And, once you're done, you can carefully clean the tool off and plan to use it again in your next caulking job. [Read More]