DIY: How to Restore and Repair Your House

DIY: How to Restore and Repair Your House

  • Hop, Don't Skip And Then Hire

    Many people enjoy singing in the shower as it gives them the much-needed kick start for a long day ahead. Thus, a bathroom refit provides the opportunity for you to transform your de-facto 'studio' into a paradise of sorts. This activity is bound to generate significant quantities of waste that you need to take care of during and even after the refit of your bathroom. Here is a three-step guide that you should follow when looking for rental skip bins for the renovation exercise.

  • Some Accessories to Look For When Shopping for Cemetery Supplies

    If you're preplanning your own funeral and final arrangements, or are making these arrangements for someone else, you may want to include cemetery accessories. These include headstones as well as other items, and you may be surprised at your many options and choices. Note a few terms to learn before you shop so you know which items to include during these final plans. Plaque versus headstone A headstone is just as it sounds: a stone that has a carving in it and which is placed at the head of the gravesite.

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DIY: How to Restore and Repair Your House

I had to save for many years to buy my first home. When I did finally put in an offer, it was for a property which was old and needed a lot of repair work. I didn’t have a lot of money to pay contractors to carry out the work, so my partner and I had to teach ourselves how to replace damaged flooring, repair the roof and to install drywall. It took many months, but we now live in a beautifully restored house. I love the feeling of getting in from work, walking through the door and knowing that I own this house. I decided to start a blog to help other people who are restoring their homes.