Water Feature Ideas for Your Next Landscaping Project

Posted on: 25 October 2017

Want to integrate a water feature into your landscaping? Wondering what ideas or supplies you need? There are a lot of options. Check out these ideas. 1. A Pond A garden pond looks delightful, and it may be easier than you think to create. Basically, you need a hole in the ground. You can hire a landscape to dig that, you can dig it by hand or you can hire heavy equipment to do the work.
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Why There's Always Room for a Mirror in Even the Smallest of Bathrooms

Posted on: 11 July 2017

Do you feel as if you are squeezed for space in your home and think that you've got to compromise to fit all your furniture in and go about your daily life? Not everyone has a palatial ranch and many rather enjoy living in congested city centre locations, even if it means they don't have room to swing the proverbial cat. If you're struggling to kit out your bathroom, feel that you absolutely need to have a bathroom mirror, but are not sure how to achieve this, the good news is there are more options than you might think.
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How to Control Noise During DIY Demolition

Posted on: 18 May 2017

You should make careful plans for how you will manage noise pollution during the DIY demolition of your home. These measures are necessary in order to avoid being fined by the authorities in case the noise at the demolition site exceeds the acceptable limits. This article discusses some of the helpful measures that you can take to minimise noise pollution during demolition. Activity Sequencing House demolitions usually involve several activities that generate the high amounts of noise.
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Thinking About Waterproofing Your Basement? Try These 5 Tips as Well

Posted on: 15 May 2017

If you have been struggling with basement flooding, you may want to waterproof your basement. There is a variety of products that you can paint or spray on basement walls or floors, as well as membranes that you can smooth onto these surfaces. However, if you really want your basement to stay dry, you may also need to augment the waterproofing with a few other water reduction techniques. 1. Reassess Your Stormwater Drainage
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