Maintenance & Repairs
Lacquer, polyurethane and varnish are all readily available in satin, semi-gloss and gloss – but as furniture finishes, they have different benefits and disadvantages.Read More..
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|Fix a rotting deck post Decay can be caused by the end grain of a post being in contact with termites and moisture. In some conditions, even a galvanised post support can corrode. Make repairs and improve the runoff instead of replacing the hardwood post.||Replace a broken window pane There is no need to call a specialist when a window pane breaks. It is quicker and much cheaper to replace it yourself.||How to repair uprooted pavers Paving can be disturbed by tree roots or sink as bedding sand is eroded.||How to replace damaged bricksIt takes about half an hour to replace loose, chipped or cracked bricks.||Installing New Gutters Fix or replace guttering to prevent leaks and damage||How to Mend a Tiled Roof DIY tips from Handyman||How to Mend a Tiled Roof DIY tips from Handyman||9 Things Your Plumber Won't Tell YouPlumbers give us the scoop on the main culprit for clogged pipes, tips on do-it-yourself fixes, and more!||How to replace a wall tile Remove the grout from around all sides to isolate the damaged tile then apply masking tape over it to drill a couple of holes before cracking the surface with a cold chisel.||How to replace a floor tile Before replacing a chipped or cracked ceramic tile, remove the grout from around all sides using a grout saw to isolate the damaged tile.|
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