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HOME IMPROVEMENT TIP 2017: HOW PREVENT DAMAGE IN FOUNDATION:GENIUS IDEAS HOW TO SAVE WATER-SAVE LIFE

HOME IMPROVEMENT TIP 2017: HOW PREVENT DAMAGE IN FOUNDATION:GENIUS IDEAS HOW TO SAVE WATER-SAVE LIFE
HOME IMPROVEMENT TIP 2017: HOW TO PREVENT WATER FROM GOING INTO. THE FOUNDATION (HOME OR OTHER FOUNDATIONS) THE EASY WAY TO PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT THIS VIDEO IS FULL OF IDEAS ON HOW TO SAVE WATER. In this tutorial I will show you how to prevent damage into the foundation of your property. This process should be done at least every 5 yrs. To do your best job you have to dig down deep on the edge of the foundation then prepare it & lastly do your water proofing. This method is very good and easy to do . Good luck in your project…

The Idaho Painter Live Graco EcoQuip Vapor Blaster

The Idaho Painter Live Graco EcoQuip Vapor Blaster
Graco vapor media blaster is a great tool for any painter. Tip using the Graco media blaster on a log cabin.

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7 Common Culprits of Household Odors

Scent is one our strongest sensations. That is why people tend to notice any unwanted odors in a house. Avoid potential embarrassment by removing any bad odors that may be in your home. In order to do this, you may want to consider common causes of bad odor.

1 Trash

Although everyone knows that trash can have a stench. People often undermine the importance of the need for consistent trash removal. Letting the trash sit in your home for days ends with a radiation of bad odor from the trash throughout the house. Certainly, you can spray scents to cover the smell, but that is really an unnecessary process . Save yourself the hassle of needing to purchase costly house fragrances by simply removing trash from your home.

2 Shoes

Shoes can bring a bad odor into your home; so, allow the odor to dissipate by letting your shoes air outside after strenuous exercise.

3 Unwashed Dishes

When dishes sit they collect odor. That is why it is important to have a consistent cleaning schedule to remove any potential of stench from unwashed dishes.

4 Pet Urine and Feces

Even though we love our fuzzy friends we must admit they can be the culprit of pretty bad odors in the home. Regularly cleaning litter boxes helps. However, more detailed methods of odor removal may be necessary if there are years of collected bad odor.

5 Diapers

Again some culprits of bad odor are obvious. Regularly removing diapers from the home and placing them in a separate sealed bag from other trash items helps decrease bad odor.

6 Tobacco

The smell of tobacco is a common complaint. Stores sell scent neutralizers to aid in suppressing the smell of tobacco. Smoking outside will also help decrease bad odor from tobacco.

7 Expired Foods

Expired food is perhaps the worst scent you can smell. Yuck! Be mindful of expiration dates because you do not want to be left with the scent of old, rotten food. This is especially the case with old eggs and milk.

One will find that maintaining a fresh, clean smell in your home can easily be accomplished. For individuals needing to remove more intrusive odors seeking outside professional cleaning services is an option worth utilizing to remove any bad odors.

Summer Home Improvement Tips – Murray Lampert Design Build Remodel

Summer Home Improvement Tips – Murray Lampert Design Build Remodel
Summer is the perfect time to tackle those home remodeling projects you’ve been putting off. Here are some home improvement tips for those long summer days. If you have a vacation planned this summer, we’ve also got some tips on preparing your home for when you’re away. Visit http://murraylampert.com to learn more.

Increasing Your Home’s Market Value: 4 Home Improvement Tips

Increasing Your Home’s Market Value: 4 Home Improvement Tips
4 Top Home Improvement Tips

Want to increase your home’s market value on a budget? These 4 improvements provide a great return on investment.

#1: Replacing wallpaper or old paint with a fresh coat of neutral paint.

#2: Replacing dated flooring with a modern and inexpensive product.

#3: Updating old light fixtures with new and affordably priced fixtures.

#4: Giving your home a deep cleaning.

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Home Improvement Tips

Home Improvement Tips

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FATHERS DAY DIY GIFT, Staining Furniture
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Architect’s Tips: Watch this before starting your home improvement project (2017)

Architect’s Tips: Watch this before starting your home improvement project (2017)
Ok…so you have a plan and a budget, and you’re ready to begin the process of selecting finishes, fixtures, appliance, and other building materials for your home remodel project. But before you lay down your hard earned money at the local flooring showroom or home improvement warehouse, there are few questions I recommend you ask during your selection process that will help you chose products that fit your budget, respect your construction schedule, and work with how you will actually use your new space.

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How To Stop Or Repair Peeling Paint.

How To Stop Or Repair Peeling Paint.
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Due to factors beyond the control of The Idaho Painter (or Chris Berry), I cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. The Idaho Painter assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. The Idaho Painter recommends safe practices when working on any structure and or with tools seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of The Idaho Painter, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from use or improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not The Idaho Painter.

4 Home Improvement Tips for Summer

4 Home Improvement Tips for Summer
It’s home improvement season. Today i have a few tips to get your home ready for summer and on.

First, now is a perfect time to have your air conditioning system tuned up so it’s ready when you need it. Just like your car, some simple diagnostics, oiling and a filter change is a smart investment to help ward off larger problems.

Another home appliance that is often forgotten is your water heater. To extend the life of your water heater, I recommend flushing out the tank annually. For tankless units make sure to hire a professional.

Third, we had a very wet spring and you may have roof leaks that went undetected. Call now while wait times are short to schedule a roof inspection.

Finally, if you go on vacation for more than a weekend, I highly recommend turning off the water supply at the main shut off valve to avoid damage from a flood. Learn more at http://www.approvedhomepros.com/cantorscorner