How to Reattach Tiles And Apply Grout In A Shower Stall

Posted on: 6 March 2016
If water damage in your bathroom caused some tiles to come loose from the shower stall, learn how to reattach them and add grout in areas needed with the following steps. Once you have finished making the repairs, the shower stall can be used and the tiles will remain intact. Materials towels electric heater bucket water detergent sponges putty knife tube of tile adhesive bucket of grout trowel Clean The Shower Stall Walls And Remove Old Grout
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Splish Splash And All That: An ABC Guide To Warding Off Water Damage In The Bathroom

Posted on: 10 February 2016
In a room where almost every action revolves around water, it is only natural that the bathroom would be one of the first places in the house to have problems with excess moisture or water damage. As a homeowner, you may not even be all that surprised when you see mold, mildew, or deterioration in the bathroom of the house. Even though you cannot eliminate the functional water in your bathroom, what you can do is get proactive about prevent water problems from ever being an issue.
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Fixing A Basement With Water Problems: What To Know

Posted on: 18 January 2016
If you have a moisture problem in the basement and you can see and smell mold and mildew, it's time to call a water damage restoration company. The company can help you preserve the items you already have in the space, and they can help you prevent the moisture damages from happening again in the future. It doesn't matter if there is a little bit of water or if the basement has problems flooding, you need professional help in this situation.
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3 Tips For Performing Fire Restoration In Your Home To Prevent Further Damage

Posted on: 16 December 2015
A fire can easily start small and completely engulf your entire home within a few minutes. If your home is still standing after the fire, then you may be in for a long and tedious restoration process. How well your home can be restored to its original condition depends largely on how extensive the fire damage is. However, the steps that you take following the fire can help to minimize the amount of damage your home may experience.
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