Thursday, September 25, 2014
The lifespan of your home certainly depends on the materials used to build it. While there is no perfect building material, some have more advantages than others. In the case of a drywall, it is relatively inexpensive, is easy to install, and is fire-resistant. Jennifer Loomis, eHow contributor, writes about the versatility of drywall and how good Cambridge drywall services can finish off the installation neatly: One big advantage of drywall is that it is faster and easier to install than traditional plaster. Traditional plaster requires a skilled plasterer to apply three coats of plaster over a framework of lath strips. Do-it-yourselfers, on the other hand, can install drywall on their own and find a local professional to complete the taping and finishing.
Monday, September 22, 2014
When it comes to choosing a color for a particular room, homeowners are often undecided and stick to white. Adding color enhances a mood in the room, and provides an appropriate backdrop for the room’s activities. The Huffington Post lists six basic color suggestions and their application to each room to help out with the owners’ decision-making, and to the delight of Kitchener painters: If you've lived with white walls for a bit too long, yet kind of freak out when presented with paint color choices, we know that you're not suddenly going to go for dramatic black walls. That's why we've rounded up some no-fail paint colors that can fit in any home no matter what style. These hues may be on the "safe" side, but they're a great step towards more colorful living.