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How to Paint Expanding Foam (6 Steps)

Expanding foam is a useful product designed to create insulation on open spaces, such as a crack or gap, often in hardware applications. These foams are typically dispensed in a white to yellow shade, which may not match the areas you apply them. Painting your …

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Does Blacktop Need to be Sealed? Here’s the Truth

Blacktop driveways and parking lots can degrade over time, both in terms of looks and quality. The topic of blacktop sealers is one that is hotly debated even among professionals. Whether it is worth it, if blacktop needs to be sealed, and what side effects …

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Discolored Concrete: 3 Causes and What You Can Do

You’ve just finished having your driveway done and are happy with the initial results. However, after a few days, you start to notice that something isn’t right. Some parts of your concrete start to become discolored, and now your driveway is covered with blotchy stains. …

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Can You Use Drywall Primer on Wood?

Drywall primer has two things going for it. It’s an excellent drywall sealant and it is cheap. It’s no wonder that you might be thinking about using it in other areas of your home, but it is called drywall primer for a reason. It’s meant …

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8 Reasons Your Basement Walls Sweat – With Fixes

Sweating walls, or wall condensation, is a sign of water damage that is often unnoticed by homeowners. If left untended, it can lead to mold in your basement, which can then lead to other health risks. Fixing and preventing the problem can help save your …

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Why is Asphalt Cheaper than Concrete?

If you are in the market for a new driveway, the first choice you will need to make is asphalt or concrete. There are many factors you may wish to consider when making your decision. If the price is the main consideration for your selection, …

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Can You Add a Room to a Condo?

If you own a condo or thinking about purchasing one, you might be wondering if it is possible to add a room to the condo. With a condo, you own the inside living space. You do not own any outside walls of the unit. This …