Sure, we’ve all seen stone or brick on the walls in older houses and wood in rustic homes. Both of these products have been used for centuries as building materials and back in the day, folks didn’t bother covering up their walls like we do now. Ever since we started building with cheaper materials (such as wood framing), covering walls with drywall became a necessity Most people simply paint their walls and call it a day. But why settle for the ordinary when you can make your home extraordinary? We’ve come up with a few easy DIY tricks to add a touch of detail and drama to your walls using materials that typically had been reserved for flooring… until now! Tile I’m not talking about backsplashes, I’m talking about a FULL WALL of…
Tips for Cleaning Your Home After Water Damage
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How Long Should I Wait to Move Furniture After Cleaning Carpets?
Once you've invested time and money in cleaning your carpet, whether it was cleaned by a professional service or with a do-it-yourself cleaning system, you'll want to make sure it stays ...
How to Repair Stucco Water Damage
Stucco is an amazingly versatile siding material. Keep reading for some useful tips and tricks for repairing stucco water damage.
Rocky Mtn. Pro-Tek Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning
Michael cleaned this carpet yesterday. 18 years old. Rarely if ever cleaned. What a contrast!!