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  • Four Tips For Remodeling Your Home Office On A Budget


    Remodeling your home office or taking the time to transform a spare bedroom into an office can be a great way to gain more space for working from home or simply having a private retreat to use for reading or playing computer games. Even if you are not sure how often you will be using the home office, this room can be a valuable space in any home that adds value to the property.
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  • Laying New Concrete? How To Make It Match Your Pebble Stone Driveway


    If you are laying new concrete addition and connecting it to an aggregate pebble stone driveway, they will not match up very well with each other, as aggregate pebble stone driveways are a brown color. Fortunately, there are ways you can match it up without having to use the same type of driveway that you currently have.  Colored Concrete The concrete company can mix in a colored powder or liquid to the concrete as they are mixing it.
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  • How To Remove Carpeting Prior To Hardwood Floor Refinishing


    When planning the big renovation of ditching your carpeting and restoring your original hardwood floors, you will need to start by removing all of your home's carpeting. Carpet removal is a job that a general contractor can do for you, but consider doing it on your own to save money. Keep Your Carpet Neat A mistake that many homeowners make when they start removing their carpet is to start ripping it out any way that they can.
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  • What You Need To Know Before Staining Your Own Deck


    Depending on the type of stain and sealant you use, you should generally have your wooden deck re-stained and sealed every one to five years. The cost of hiring a professional to do the staining for you can be quite high, however--especially if you have a larger-sized deck. Therefore, you might be considering the option of doing your own deck staining and sealing. While this can certainly be a great way to save money, there are a few vital things you'll want to know before you decide to take on a deck staining project yourself.
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