If the sharp end of a tree branch brushed up against the exterior side of a new glass pane that was installed in a wooden frame window in your home and scratched its surface, eliminate visible damage by completing the steps below. Once you have finished, clean the glass to restore its shine and trim the branch so that it does not cause additional damage. Materials ladder plastic sheeting masking tape cerium oxide buffing cloth sanding wheel glass grinder water glass cleaning agent lint-free cloths pruning shears Cover The Frame And Treat The Scratch
- Are you the owner of a relatively small business? Have you recently purchased your first building and moved your business in? Purchasing your own building can be a huge step for small business owners. It can often be the sign that your small business is starting to take off and will soon be a medium or even large business. But owning your company's building comes with some risks that might not be apparent if you've only done renting before.
- As a homeowner, you likely perform maintenance tasks around the house on a regular basis. But if you have not been including your garage door on your maintenance checklist, you could be going down a path where you will soon have to deal with a garage door repair headache. If you want your garage door to keep opening and closing properly for the long term, here are a few tips to keep in mind.
- If you have a basement or crawlspace and a high water table, then chances are that you should have a sump pump installed to help prevent flooding and moisture issues. In some homes, these pumps only run rarely, such as during heavy rains or after snow melt. In other areas, a sump pump may run regularly if there is a constant seepage issue due to a consistently high water table. Regardless of how often you use your pump, regular maintenance is a must to make sure it doesn't let you down when you need it most.
- If you know that you want to put an island in your new kitchen, make sure that you think carefully about what you want to include inside of your kitchen island. Your kitchen island is not just a great big countertop, depending on how you construct it, it can serve numerous additional purposes. #1 An Additional Sink Even though you already have one sink in your kitchen, it can be great to have an additional sink in your kitchen.