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How To Replace Your Cistern With A Water Heater

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Homes predating the turn of the nineteenth century often have remnants of a cistern hanging around. However, if you buy a really old home with hopes of restoring it to its former glory, you may encounter a complete cistern still in situ. If the home has been abandoned for years and there is only a septic system, then you will have to start from scratch. This entails removing the cistern, the pump that brought water up into the house, installing a water heater and modern plumbing. Here is what you need to do, if you are paving the way for a...

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Signs Your Home Has Chinese Drywall

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Chinese drywall was defective drywall used in many southern coastal homes from 2001 to 2008.  The discovery of the tainted drywall lead to a huge lawsuit in 2008.  The drywall caused extensive property damage and disrupted the lives of thousands of people.  While the case reached settlement, it’s hard to tell how many homes still have the toxic drywall.  In fact, many homeowners bought homes without knowing the danger that lurks behind their walls and are just now discovering the problem.  Here are some telling...

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How To Design A Man-Cave Without Compromising Your Property Value

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Turning a basement, extra den, or a bedroom into a man cave is the dream of many. The trick is to do it without lowering your property value or hurting yourself when it comes time to sell. Fortunately, you can enjoy your man-cave now while still planning for the future of your property and other home renovations by using the following tips. Tip #1: Color Matters One of the first changes made to a room is usually the paint. Dark colored walls are the norm for many man caves, if one is to rely upon the design programs for inspiration. Before...

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