Archive for November, 2017

    Planning to Finish Your Basement? Contact a Home Remodeling Contractor

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Basement remodeling, Home renovation contractor, Room addition

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    A recent survey showed that approximately 66% of homeowners are planning to renovate their homes. In addition to newly-built custom home designs, many existing homeowners are finishing their basements to create additional space for entertaining and other purposes. If you’re thinking about purchasing a newly-built home or are renovating an older house, you may be interested in a few recent trends.

    Trends in Newly-Built Custom Homes
    The 2016 U.S. Houzz and Home survey indicated that 68% of the participating homeowners were planning to add a recreational area to their custom-built homes. The types of recreational areas that were planned for 29% of these homes included gaming and entertainment rooms.

    In 2016, there were 561,000 newly-constructed single-family homes sold, according

    Baby Cribs, Paint, and Everything In Between

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Anti slip paint uses, Masonry stain, Polyurethane clear coat

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    There are some people who love to paint and those people will often become painters so they can be around what they love. However, for other people painting is a repugnant process and they get no enjoyment from it whatsoever. As a result, so many American citizens decide to hire professionals to take care of their painting processes.

    There are some jobs that are more important than others. While painting the house is important, it is not quite as important as finding the best paint for baby crib. This is because babies need a safe and healthy e

    Plumbing From History to Modern Day

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Clogged drains, Plumber, Plumbing installation

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    Sewage.

    Cesspits.

    Public and private sanitation.

    Many think of these as modern and developed nation convenience. And it’s true–many communities in the world do not have access to sophisticated plumbing, adequate, sanitary water, or a means to use heated water to clean.

    But it may surprise you to know where all this began–where the first plumbing systems were developed. To discover more, you need to look back all the way to the Indus civilization in 2500 BCE.

    The Indus Civilization was a Bronze Age Civilization, existing between 3300 BCE and 1300 BCE. It grew from Southeast Asia, where today’s countries of Pakistan, Afghanistan, and northwest India exist today. It was one of three early civilizations of the “Old World” and the one most widespread.

    While the Indus Civilization