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New Wood Hobbyist's Guide: How To Restore An Old Painted Bookcase

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Looking for old bookcases to fix up and reuse is an effective way to get quality furnishings for a good price. Sometimes the old bookcases have been stored away for years and need a lot of work to get looking good again, but with some effort and know-how, you can do it. Here is how you can restore an old bookcase that has been covered in paint and stored away for years.…

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Three Immediate Steps To Take When Your Basement Floods

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It’s a disheartening feeling to open the door to your basement after a heavy rainstorm and see your possessions floating around in several inches of water. While you might be partially tempted to close the door and try to ignore what you just saw, now is the time to spring into action. Find a water damage restoration service in your community and book a crew to visit your home at the earliest available opportunity; the quicker the crew can remove the water, the sooner your basement will begin drying and get back to normal.…

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Three Signs Of Water Issues In Your Basement

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Not all water damage occurs after a major event, like a flood or burst pipe. Your basement could be suffering the effects of slow-acting water damage. This damage can go unnoticed, sometimes for months or years, as moisture seeps through walls or comes up through hairline cracks in the foundation. Take a few minutes to check your basement for the following water damage signs periodically so you can get it fixed and the damage restored before it becomes too severe.…

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