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    Style Tips For Your Rental Property

    If you are like one of the many people who have decided to reinvest their savings from the bank account into property, you might be new to the world of working as a landlord. A look at the market places reveals why so many have opted for this change. The supply of housing in the UK is so low, and loads of people are looking to find somewhere to ... Read More

    by silb on December 16, 2017Comments (0)
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    Basic DIY Tips

    When it comes to owning a home we all know that there’s a degree of maintenance and upkeep that’s required. Having the skills to be able to take care of your home can save you a great deal of money in repair men, and hassle when you can sort something yourself. There are a number of things that commonly go wrong in every home, but h... Read More

    by silb on December 06, 2017Comments (0)
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    Beginners Guide to Drywall Tools

    If you’re new to drywall and drywall projects, here’s a list of tools that are absolute must haves. Consider this a list of the basic drywall tools you will need for the majority of drywalling jobs.Year after year we fill general contractor Palm Desert needs for our client's drywall projects. For the most part, these are pretty ... Read More

    by JCD Constrn. on September 04, 2017Comments (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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    Funding Home Improvement Projects

    Scraping the money together to undertake home improvement projects can be a tricky exercise. And there’s nothing worse than looking around your home, seeing something that you want to change and knowing that you don’t have the money to properly make that change. Here a number of different options that you could look at when you&rsquo... Read More

    by silb on March 21, 2017Comments (0)
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    Accidents Can and Will Happen

    For anyone working within the contractor industry, being able to get to the job is the be all and end all. We work for ourselves, and if we can’t get into work, no one is going to give us any sort of sick pay and we’ll lose out on income. For that reason it’s vitally important that we have the right protection in the event that... Read More

    by silb on March 17, 2017Comments (0)
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    Interior Design - My Limited Experience

    I always find it interesting to get caught up in the work that comes after flooring is done. All to often you might find that you work day-to-day, with your main concern being to get 3 pallets of laminate flooring down without scuffing a clients walls on your way to and from the van. Your mind can be more on where the next job is coming from, ra... Read More

    by silb on January 19, 2017Comments (0)
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    Getting Your Home Ready For 2017

    Where I live in the UK, it's safe to say that the weather is a little unpredictable. Even at the time of writing, despite the fact we've had an unseasonably mild winter, there has been all sorts of talk about an arctic blast coming, bring snow and thunder storms. Just another day at the office! As a result, if you live and work in the ... Read More

    by silb on January 12, 2017Comments (0)
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    Kicking off the dust

    Well i never knew i was such a drywall fan until i stumbled on this website. Drywall art? Really? Well now I know. I will b etaking the next drywall college class with trim tex. i definitely have a lot to learn.I have a small crew and I am feeling like i need to supply them with the best safety equipment possible. When it comes to drywall, who r... Read More

    by ChicagoHandyman on January 02, 2015Comments (1)
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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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