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    Adding Value to Your Home

    Now that we are out of the January slump and your bank balance is looking healthier you can start to make good on your New Year’s resolutions. For many, this means a new home and a change of scenery. But with house prices constantly on the rise, it’s not a decision to take lightly. Instead, have you thought about renovating your curr... Read More

    by silb on February 13, 2019Comments (0)
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    Welcome to the new Drywall Talk

    I'm excited to show you guys the new site. For the past 3 years Drywall Talk has been a simple forum  with categories and threads. Today, we are adding some major new featurse to the site but in reality they just build upon what we've already been doing. Product ReviewsMembers have always reviewed products that they are happy with in the f... Read More

    by Nathan on January 30, 2012Comments (10)
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    next tool on my wish list

    Columbia Taping Tools 7 in. Quick Clean Flat Finisher Box  fat boy Read More

    by icerock drywall on March 17, 2013Comments (2)
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    The mind of a drywall contractor

    Does it every end? Are we seriously addicted to new tool purchases like a substance addiction? Countless nights I sleep and think about screwing drywall with a cordless Hilti screwgun. You know the one that has the clutch, and goes for around $350.00 brand new. After just purchasing a new hilti cross-line laser, I thought my reckless spending wh... Read More

    by joepro0000 on June 23, 2012Comments (11)
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    Projects That Require Most Expertise

    Working as a contractor comes with its own unique set of challenges and requirements. To be successful as a plumber, electrician, or joiner, you need to be able to have the skills to take on any project that comes across your desk. As technology moves forward, so do the ambitions of homeowners, and you need to be able to complete the work that i... Read More

    by silb on December 19, 2018Comments (0)
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    Budgeting for Home Improvements

    As we move into 2019, many of us will be looking around our homes and thinking about what changes we can make to our homes. There are small projects like freshening up tired sofas, painting window frames, or changing curtains with the seasons. Beyond this, you might have more medium sized ideas in mind like painting a living room or putting in a... Read More

    by silb on December 18, 2018Comments (0)
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    Kitchen Design Trends for 2019

    As the year is winding to a close, and we are seeing Christmas decorations slowly creeping their way into shops on the high street, now is a good time to consider what the year ahead holds in terms of DIY and home improvement projects. After the festive period, you tend to see a spike in the number of people who undertake changes to their homes ... Read More

    by silb on November 20, 2018Comments (0)
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    Slow Time in the Trade

    We all know and experience slow time in work during late Fall and Winter. This is the off-season so you should be advertising your work the most before this time. It's a good time to put out deals for your services to attract more clients. Have a limited-time deal to push them to take action sooner than later as most people will want to wait unt... Read More

    by HomeDrywall&Painting on October 15, 2018Comments (0)
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    Knowing the Area You’re Working In

    Having an understanding of the geographic area your business operates in is vital to ensure growth and sustainability. Working as a contractor, you’ll be familiar with the idea that your income is reliant upon people seeking your services and hiring you to do work on their homes or businesses. But the crucial part of maintaining a flow of ... Read More

    by silb on March 24, 2017Comments (1)
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