Bathroom Repair Mistakes to Avoid

Plumbing repair is almost always best left to a professional, but some homeowners prefer to at least try to make their own repairs when it comes to the bath, or decide to handle a remodeling project on their own. It's true that kits for new bathtubs and shower repairs and online tutorial videos can make this work easier than ever before, but this doesn't mean a homeowner is not likely to make some mistakes with their bathroom repair work. Read More 

How to Restore Scorched Carpet

Carpets can be a major investment for your home, and it's infuriating when a tiny scorch mark caused by a dropped match or lighter ruins the look of the whole room. Fortunately, it is possible to restore small areas of burned carpet. You could carry out the project yourself, or use a professional carpet restoration service to do the job for you. Read on to find out more. What you'll need Read More 

Troubleshooting Garage Roller Door Problems

As a homeowner, you expect your garage doors to operate smoothly since you need to access your garage on a regular basis. However, regular use also compounds the chances of wear and tear. As such, roller doors are not exempt when it comes to needing repairs. The good news is that some of the problems that these doors face can be fixed with a little maintenance on your part. Steer clear from tampering with your roller doors though. Read More 

Bath Repair Options: Install a Tub Liner or Refinish the Bathtub?

Are you searching for bath repair ideas that won't hurt your wallet? If so, you may want to consider refinishing or purchasing a tub liner for your old, worn out or down-right yucky bathtub. There are few things as nice as a hot soak in the tub after a long day. However, if your tub has seen better days, it may be time to consider bath repairs with a company like Bathroom Resurfacing SA. Read More 

Why Floor Underlayment Is Important

Some homeowners choose to perform floor installation in their homes by themselves. However, some of them end up with less satisfactory results because they neglected an important part of the process; the installation of underlayment. Underlayment refers to the material you place between the subfloor and the floor material. For instance, you place plywood underlayment beneath a tile floor. This article discusses why you should put a layer of underlayment beneath the new flooring that you wish to install in your home. Read More