Is your fridge not cooling properly?
12 August 2020
When your refrigerator stops working, it is easy to panic, but that is a mistake. One of the most important things to remember is that you should try to keep the door of the refrigerator shut as much as possible if you don't want the contents of the fridge to spoil. On a hot day, it won't normally take too long until your milk, butter and other food items start to warm up if your refrigerator is broken, but with the door shut you should be able to keep yours food cooler for longer.
Why Acrylic Is the Best Rendering Material for Your Commercial Building
14 July 2020
When renovating your business building or constructing a new one, you need to render it to make it durable and attractive. Rendering involves applying a coating on the interior and exterior surfaces. While some people use mineral or silicone to render their exterior walls, others use acrylic because it offers better results. Here's why most people use acrylic when rendering their commercial building.
Moisture can cause a lot of havoc to the exteriors of your commercial building.
When to Get Your Plaster Ceiling Replaced
17 June 2020
While undertaking timely repairs can help prolong the lifespan of your plaster ceiling, it'll need to be replaced eventually. Knowing when to repair or replace the plaster can be a confusing thing if you don't understand the different forms of damage that can occur to your ceiling.
Generally, minor damage to a plaster ceiling can be repaired while major damage to it will require a replacement. Read on to find out when it makes sense to take down your existing plaster ceiling and have it replaced with new plaster.
3 Signs Your Shower Tiles Need Regrouting
25 November 2019
The grout that holds and seals your shower tiles has to deal with a lot of water over the years. While grout is able to hold its own for a long while, there will come a time when it starts to fail. When you get to this stage, it makes sense to have your shower re-grouted.
How can you tell if the time has come for a re-grout?
1. Your Grout is Damaged