Are you planning to buy timber for use as external cladding on your home? Read on and learn some of the useful tips that you should keep in mind when you are applying a surface protection coating to protect that timber from the elements.
Timing is Important
Some types of timber, such as timber from softwoods, can become friable if it is left exposed to the elements for some time before a surface coating is applied.
It really is incredible how many people don't know this. Granted, some people panic when they lock themselves out and aren't thinking of the financial cost, but let's look at why you should almost always opt for a mobile locksmith. (We say almost, as there are some rare exceptions that are covered in the final paragraph.)
One reason that people do decide to break a window instead of calling a mobile locksmith (besides the reasons of panicking or mistakenly thinking it's cheaper to break a window) is that they think they can get in quicker, leaving the broken glass as tomorrow's problem.
Homeowners looking to invest in a garage door are forced to choose between three types of doors. These are tilt doors, sectional garage doors and roller doors. The three types of doors have their good and bad attributes that make them suitable for different types of homeowners.
Roller doors are often the most affordable of the three. Perhaps this explains why they're often more commonly used than their tilt and sectional counterparts.
Floor trusses are incredible support systems that help keep the floor sturdy and durable. Open web trusses are used to run HVAC, plumbing and electric wiring through the floor and out of sight without compromising the structural integrity of the floor. Most floor trusses are usually made from wood or timber and are bound to require repairs or replacement at some point. How do you determine whether you need to repair or replace your current floor trusses?
You may need to think about your neighbours as you plan for a home extension. Such consideration may increase your chances of getting building approval from the local planning authority. This article discusses some of the aspects that you should consider including in your building plan so that you address the possible interests of your neigbours.
Some home extensions, such as building an extra room, may require extra space to accommodate additional plumbing features, such as sewer lines.