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According to what I've seen, insulating basement ceilings (which is roughly the same as what you asked) has relatively little effect on energy use, though it will make the floors a bit warmer. If you wear slippers or have carpets/rugs, that may not b
When installing base cabinets in the kitchen, vanity or laundry, the challenge is dealing with unlevel floors. Learning how to install on uneven surfaces whether they get tile, laminate flooring, real wood or linoleum is going to take some practice.
Figuring out what type of insulation to use can be tricky and as HVAC contractors we are often asked, “what type of insulation should I use in my attic?” As with many of these questions, the answer depends on where you live so I will tailor this arti
2013: Be sure and read the comments, there is a ton of good information from other people who have gone through getting their iPhones wet. Thanks to all!—“Help! My iPhone got wet! WHAT DO I DO??” No worries. If your iPhone got drenched, here’s what t
An affordable alternative to replacementKeeping a wood deck in good shape takes a lot of work. Even if you stain or seal it, the boards can still crack and splinter, making the deck look old and worn. Switching over to composite decking is one option
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Debbie said, “I have had porcelain tiles laid in my en-suite. Within a day they were showing smeary marks where they had gotten wet from the shower. I was devastated until my tiler husband told me that there is a wax coating on them and that he hadn’
by user345807 Last Updated February 20, 2016 01:09 AM Replacement options for < 1. 5 inch pour? Details: Bathroom remodel (new tub, tile wall/floor, toilet, vanity). Old tile floor came up with finger pressure, found that the gypsum concrete under
In a perfect world, flooring would be seamless from room to room. Your hardwood would flow continuously from living room to bedroom to kitchen to bathroom. In the real world of remodeled homes, you cannot help but transition from one flooring type to