Questions about: demolition

If you are repairing your crawlspace or installing your crawlspace once you have measured the area being covered, the big question becomes what type of plastic should I get and how thick should it be? The recommended mil thickness is 6 while the aver
The bathroom is the most popular room in a domestic home to find tiles. This is largely down to the hygienic and water resistant solutions they have compared to wallpaper, carpets and most paints. In addition, tiles can add potential value to a bathr
If decorative work is being carried out near ceramic tiles, it can be incredibly easy to splash small spots or spill an entire pot of glue over them. Spillage needs to be cleaned up quickly but doing so is relatively simple and only requires a small
I began demolition of a bathroom today and ran into an unusual (for me) flooring issue. The floor is tiled and it's set on a 1. 5" thick bed of mortar
Chimney Removed, patching subfloor. . There is a non-structural chimney that was removed from my house (which no one is living in at the moment
I just tore down my backyard shed. All that is left is the base/floor, which is plywood. Basically, I want it in small pieces so I can bag it for disposal
There might also be asbestos in the plaster and contaminating the lath. Did you have the wall tested prior to demolition? (I'm guessing no) You may have to be very careful with this material and possibly apply a complex and detailed cleaning of the s
Asbestos is an extremely dangerous substance that was once a mainstay of construction material. Though now banned in construction in many places, its widespread use makes it quite likely to show up in ceiling and wall material in older homes and buil
This collection reinvents the bathroom thanks to the custom-made large format concept so that pieces are manufactured to adapt to the space and create areas with very few pieces and in one material. The large format pieces mean that the joints are pr