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Why do Shower Wall Tiles Crack?

Have you been wondering why your shower wall tiles crack? Yesterday they were in perfect condition, so what caused the cracking today? Having cracked tiles on your shower walls can be an unsightly and annoying experience. Shower wall tile cracks can be caused by either the inferior quality of the …

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Can you Move a Kitchen Island?

Changing up most spaces throughout your home regularly isn’t a big deal, but the kitchen is a different story altogether. Moving an island might just be a whim, but it can also make your kitchen flow better and make it easier for you and your family to cook. Can you …

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The 10 Pros and Cons of Vinyl Ceiling Tiles

Vinyl ceiling tiles, also known as PVC ceilings, are currently trending. They work well and match with modern and contemporary decor in both residential and commercial settings. Some of the pros and cons of vinyl ceiling tiles to help you decide their worth are: Pros Durable Affordable Resistant to humidity …

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Yes, You Can Put a Toilet Where a Shower Was. This is How

If you’ve recently decided that you needed more space in your bathroom one possible move to create the additional space would be to take out the tub, move the shower, and put the toiler where the shower was. But is this move possible? Will the building codes or the plumbing …

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How High Should Baseboards be off the Floor?

Whether you are building a new home or room, remodeling one, or just doing a few touch-ups, baseboards can add both a unique touch to the room and help to hide flooring edges. Baseboards can add a bit of elegance to a room, but can also be a safety measure …

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Should You Drywall the Ceiling Before the Walls?

Drywall is one of the most common building materials for many walls and ceilings. It’s easy to work with and can be easily installed. It is relied upon because it creates for clean finishes, is really durable, and will require minimal work and effort if repairs are needed. While it …

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What is the Difference Between Molding and Trim?

If you’ve recently embarked on a renovation project, chances are you’ve heard the terms molding and trim used interchangeably and may be wondering what the difference is between the two. Trim is a general term used to describe the material used around openings such as windows and doors, or at …