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Half-Baked Design: Yes, You Really Do Need Full Shower Doors

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If you’re remodeling your bathroom and are looking at getting new shower doors, you’ve likely seen something called a bath screen or a half-wall bath screen. This is a stationary piece of glass or plastic that sits along the half of the tub that’s closest to the wall with the showerhead. This is a common setup in Europe that’s becoming more common in the United States. As cool as it looks, though, you are better off getting full shower doors made for your shower and tub enclosure.…

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Common Questions About Tuckpointing Answered

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While brick is one of the most durable options you can have for home construction, this is not a maintenance free solution. The mortar that binds the bricks together will be subjected to many different weather extremes, and this can eventually cause deep cracks, flaking and other issues to arise. Unless these damages are repaired, it can eventually cause the failure of the bricks, which can pose a serious safety hazard.…

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What To Do When The Home You Rent Is Growing Mold

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When you have just moved into a new rental home or discover that mold is growing in areas of one where you’ve been living, you need to act quickly to remove the threat of mold. Mold growth is not only damaging to the property where you live, it poses a severe health hazard that can affect your family for years to come. Though visible mold near damp areas is a problem, invisible mold can be an even bigger issue, penetrating unseen surfaces and spreading to your furnishings, upholstery, and personal belongings.…

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