Take a sponge to your drywall! Don’t sand your drywall seams, sponge them

If you are in need of space in your bathroom, you know that the two things taking it up are usually the bathtub and the sink. Opt to install a pedestal sink in a small bathroom instead of one with cabinets on the bottom. It not only gives your bathroom an expensive appearance, but also frees up much needed space.

Remember, tape is usually a temporary fix! Taping something can be handy to do in a pinch, but tape will degrade and or tear over time. Don’t let an old project come back to haunt you! Do the project right when you have some time. The only time that tape is a solution to a problem is during electrical work, when you can use electric tape to insulate the wiring from water (and even then heat-shrink strips are a better choice).

Take a sponge to your drywall! Don’t sand your drywall seams, sponge them. With practice, a wet sponge is just as effective in smoothing out the seams of a drywall job as is careful sanding. The advantage is that sponging doesn’t kick up all of the dust that sanding does.

Improve your home in an environmentally friendly way by adding weatherstripping to keep your doors and windows from leaking warm or cool air. Not only does making your home weatherproof benefit the environment, it also helps to put many of your hard earned dollars back in your wallet.

As you have seen, home-improvement techniques, while various, share many fundamentals. They just vary in terms of jobs and costs. All it takes to decide between them is some research and common sense to find the best tools and techniques that will work with you, your budget, and your home.

Learn more on Architect Wolverhampton or Architects Leamington Spa.

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