4 Tips To Help You Quickly Do Demolition To Drywall After Fire And Water Damage

When your home is damaged by something like water or fire, there is a lot to be done in the restoration of your home. This can include demolition of things like drywall and carpet in your home. There may be some drywall that can be cleaned and not need replacing. Knowing how to cut out the damaged materials to prepare for renovations can help save you money on repairs. Here are some tips to help you with the repairs to drywall after damage to your home: Read More 

Installing Laminate Countertops In Your Kitchen

Deciding to do a countertop installation in your kitchen is a great idea to give the room a new, fresh look. Laminate countertops offer an excellent alternative to natural stone like quartz, granite, or marble in that it is a cheaper option that is easier to install and looks just as good. Deciding to do this job yourself will save you a lot of money, and you'll be pleased with how simple it is. Read More 

How To Remove Toilet Bowl Mold Before A Remodel

If you plan to remodel, it is ideal to check the toilet for mold growth. Mold growth is orange, brown, green pink, or black, and it has a musty smell. Mold growth in toilets usually happens in homes with more than one toilet, because the extra toilet doesn't get flushed as often since the water sits in the bowl. Mold thrives in moist environment like toilets, and it poses a health hazard, if left unattended. Read More 

What Is Composite Decking?

Wood has been a popular material for decks for many years.  Once composite materials were developed, it became a popular choice because it has the look and durability of natural wood.  Composite decking is lumber material made with wood fibers and various types of plastic.  Here are things you should consider when thinking about composite decking for your home. Composite Material Materials that would end up in a landfill are the materials used to make composite decking. Read More 

How To Prep Your Subfloor For Tile Installation

Prepping your subfloor for a tile installation is one of the most important aspects of laying tile for a kitchen remodel. If you bypass this step or do a mediocre job then you can put a lot of risk on cracking the tiles in the future, creating added expenses and more repair work down the line. The job isn't particularly difficult, but it does requires time, labor and a few basic tools which you can pick up at your local hardware store. Read More