Irrigation Installation & Maintenance Time Savers - dated: April 2004 - author: Jack Stone - Over the last few years some clever people have come up with some clever ideas to make your irrigation installation, maintenance, and repair jobs a heck of a lot easier. Installing and maintaining an irrigation system is one of the primary jobs for any landscape contractor or grounds maintenance business. click here for full text.
Concrete Cutting: The Unknown Niche - posted: March 4, 2005 - author: Robert Short - Concrete cutting is a process of controlled sawing, drilling and removal of concrete performed by skilled operators using special saws that use diamond impregnated blades. Unlike the old-fashioned dusty "jack hammer" method, modern concrete cutting leaves a smooth attractive finish and utilizes water so as not to create any dust or mess. There are many different kinds of concrete cutting but the most common are wall sawing, core drilling and slab or flat sawing. click here for full text.
Glass Sinks – 4 Unbreakable Rules of Buying a Glass Vessel Sink - posted: July 18, 2005 - author: Valerie Mason - Want a glass sink, but have no clue how to buy one? Then these Rules are for you! Their intriguing varieties of colors, shapes and designs can make you pull out credit card quicker than you can say crackled glass. But WAIT! You should click here for full text.
How To Replace Sliding Glass Door Rollers - posted: July 30, 2005 - author: Paul Pallas - Opening your patio sliding glass door should be an easy task. If your sliding door is giving you a work out every time you open it, most likely it is your rollers that are causing the problem. The rollers are located on the bottom of the sliding door and give the door the ability to slide. Often times they get dirty and wear out click here for full text.
Sump Pump Installation for Do-It-Yourselfers - posted: September 7, 2005 - author: Robert Clarke - According to recent surveys, over 85% of all homes with basements will experience some form of wet basement problems in their lifetime. Installing a sump pump in the basement can be a great benefit, even if it’s only to keep the water from getting deep or to act as a floor drain click here for full text.
Avoid Problems Painting Aluminum and Vinyl Siding - posted: September 10, 2005 - author: Robert Clarke - Anyone with older aluminum siding is well aware of the paint chalking problem. Just rub your hand along the old siding and the chalky old paint will be all over your palm. Trying to get paint to stick to this could be a real problem. This is due to oxidation of the paint. click here for full text.
Aerial Infrared Roof Moisture Surveys - posted: September 10, 2005 - author: Greg Stockton - The ravages of sun, wind, rain, snow, chemicals, leakage, rapid changes in temperature and time - will eventually cause every roof to fail. Some roofs last 40-50 years…when they are well-maintained. Owners may believe that a roof warranty will somehow protect them from click here for full text.
Basement Remodeling Starts With Permanent Waterproofing - posted: October 1, 2005 - author: Robert Clarke - Basement remodeling can add lots of extra living space to your home but beware; basement water leakage could put a real damper on your hopes if not properly corrected. There are two conditions you must address for a dry basement, actual water leakage and condensation. click here for full text.
Replacement Window Installer Offers Advice - posted: October 7, 2005 - author: Robert Clarke - Are you thinking about taking on a good do-it-yourself home improvement project? With some simple tools and a few tips from a professional installer, you can take on the job of installing your own vinyl replacement windows. click here for full text.
Get the Most from Woodworking Tools with Some Useful Tricks of the Trade - posted: March 19, 2006 - author: John Mann - Many of the great woodworkers have become skillful because they have had the opportunity to watch and learn from a pro. Undoubtedly, serving as an apprentice under a professional woodworking expert is the best way to hone your own skills click here for full text.
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