How To Strip Paint From Furniture And Hardware

Posted on: 18 December 2015

Painting over a stained piece of furniture isn't unheard of. It can be a beautiful look, but what do you do if you want that painted piece of furniture to have a stained wood look again? You'd need to strip down all of that paint and the stain to get your piece of furniture back to it's natural beauty in order to re-stain it. See below for helpful tips on how to strip down furniture and hardware (because sometimes hinges and knobs get painted over too).
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A Guide To Troubleshooting Your Ventilation Blockage

Posted on: 30 November 2015

Ventilation plays a pretty big role in your home if you use an air conditioner or central heater, but it is often an element that is overlooked. After all, your ventilation system is almost entirely hidden, except for a few openings scattered throughout the home, so it's easy to forget that it even exists. However, problems with your ventilation can lead to massively reduced heating/air conditioning efficiency, which means that you should make it a top priority to keep your ventilation in pristine condition.
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What Can You Save After A Household Flood?

Posted on: 30 October 2015

You come home from work to find that the storm sewer has backed up into your house and your basement is flooded. The personal items that you can safely salvage depend on the source of the floodwater and the length of time the items have been under water. Here is what you need to know before you wade into that flooded basement to retrieve those old family photos. Contaminants in the Water Affect What You Can Save
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Unusual Reactions To Moisture Every Homeowner Should Be Alert To In Their Home

Posted on: 15 September 2015

It is no big secret that water inside of the home can be one of the biggest enemies of any homeowner and cause great amounts of damage. However, most homeowners assume that signs of water making its way into the home would be easy to spot, but the truth is, water may not always be as conspicuous as you think. In fact, moisture could even show up in your home, create damage, and leave you scratching your head, puzzled about what the problem even is.
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