Working on your home can improve its appearance and also raise its value. Keep reading to get great home improvement ideas that will add value to your home.
Take a sponge to your drywall! Rather than sanding drywall seams, just sponge them. Using a wet sponge can do as good of a job as sanding can. With the sponge, though, you’ll avoid getting all that drywall dust all over your house.
You should store building material stacked in between floor joints or your ceiling rafters. A little effort goes a long way and you can store sections of molding and other longer building materials out of your way. Simply nail a couple of furring strips across two of your exposed floor joists or rafters and slip in the material to be stored.
Whatever your home improvement project, you need a designated space for all waste and debris that piles up as a result of your projects. Getting rid of all that debris can be a big expense, so it is critical that you plan ahead in order to economize and avoid delays with regard to your project.
When replacing locks, you have two options. You can only replace the cylinder or you can replace the whole assembly. The cylinder being the lock’s mechanism that completes the lock action. If your key has been lost and you would like to change out the lock to ensure you’re protected, you can replace the cylinder. If you’re doing it for aesthetic purposes, change the whole a