Bobbie Armstrong

  • 3 Ways To Make The Greatest Visual Improvement With Interior Remodeling

    If you know that your family is happy with the functionality that your home provides through the furniture and features, you may not want to make any related changes. But, they may find that the interior is somewhat unattractive, which can reduce their overall satisfaction of the home. When you are determined to make your family as happy as possible in the home that you own, you should hire professional remodelers to take on several interior remodeling projects.
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  • Methods For Clearing A Clogged Shower Drain

    Many people know how to address a major clog in a sink drain -- you can simply remove the trap pipe beneath the sink and clean it out. A clogged shower drain, on the other hand, can challenge even a handy homeowner since there are no easily accessible drain pipes. The following can help you tackle those shower clogs like a pro. Check for a Hair Catcher Many shower drains are equipped with a hair catcher.
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  • 3 Ways To Use A Pergola

    If are interested in spending time outdoors, you may want to think about building a pergola. The great thing about this particular type of structure is that it can be transformed. It is visually appealing and highly functional. The roof is open and is somewhat of a lattice style. Because the structure is supported by beams, it stands freely but can be attached to the home. If you are considering a pergola, here are three ways you can put it to good use.
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  • Proactive Tips To Help First-Time Homeowners Better Manage Home Repairs

    As a first-time homeowner, your feelings of pride and accomplishment are sure to be overwhelming. With the stroke of a pen, you have succeeded in making a major investment in your family's financial security. But that same stroke of a pen also means that you have accepted the role of caretaker for a large structure with a multitude of systems, components, and finishes to maintain and repair. After the hard work of moving in and the thrill of enjoying those first days of living in a home of your very own, it is normal to begin to list all the little things that need to be fixed, adjusted, or changed.
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