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by Vlad K Last Updated February 22, 2016 01:09 AM I've recently purchased an old home with windows that have probably not been replaced since the thing was built in the 20's. The siding on this home looks new and I'm taking it upon myself to replace
Plastic #1: Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Typically used to make bottles for soft drinks, water, juice, mouthwash, sports drinks and containers for condiments like ketchup, salad dressing, jelly and jam, PET is considered safe, but it can actually
Ground anchors are used for fixing foundation pits’ fences, retaining walls and walls of underground structures, foundations of buildings, bottoms of docks and caisson, landslide slopes and slants, and so on. Ground anchor is a device made to transmi
by bubba Last Updated March 12, 2016 07:09 AM I'm building a house in a part of Asia where typhoons are common. The houses (including mine) are all built from reinforced concrete. When a typhoon comes, people typically hang nets in front of any large
We're soon moving into a new house, and my room has a big window (with a door in it to access the balcony) under a slanted ceiling. The ceiling is quite steep, and there is very little clearing between it and the window. I'm easily disturbed by light
I am seeing rust inside (between the inside and outside glass) of the bottom sash of couple of my vinyl windows. It seems replacing the sash is the appropriate thing to do. I called couple of stores
This vinyl bow window was installed about 15-20 years ago: Overall it looks and works OK, but the underside is wood and has severely rotted around the outer edges: Here's a detail of one corner. There is a cut hole in both outer corners, with what ap
Out-of-level floors are not only nuisances to walk across, but if they’re severe enough, they can also become a real safety hazard. Slanted floors can also cause cracks over windows and doors or make doors and windows stick and tough to operate. Thus
Roller Shades, also called Roller Blinds, are excellent all-purpose window treatments that can suit virtually any style of home. They provide a clean and simple look, and our wide variety of 280+ materials means you can coordinate your shades with an
First, figure out how the majority of noise is getting into the interior. Is it really coming through the windows? Or is it coming through the roof and ceiling and walls? Windows are the hardest to sound deaden, but you imply you are good with acoust