Has anyone done home repairs?

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ViciousKing
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Re: Has anyone done home repairs?

Post by ViciousKing » Tue Jun 16, 2020 19:50

Maybe I know. Where are you from?

Jamason
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Re: Has anyone done home repairs?

Post by Jamason » Tue Jun 23, 2020 11:52

I did repairs in the house myself. A lot of things had to be done 2 times, because I carried out such work for the first time. There was a problem in which floors to choose. Parquet is too expensive for me. I decided to install Bamboo flooring, because they are very environmentally friendly and have a low cost.

pixexe6796
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Re: Has anyone done home repairs?

Post by pixexe6796 » Wed Jul 01, 2020 12:29

Yes, every year

milesmooney
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Re: Has anyone done home repairs?

Post by milesmooney » Sun Jul 12, 2020 18:57

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malcom
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Re: Has anyone done home repairs?

Post by malcom » Wed Jul 15, 2020 8:15

That's not a problem for me. I just hire workers to set up my garden. A more important issue for me is the installation of household appliances. Not all appliances can be installed on their own. For example, I was helped to install a dishwasher here https://sdproappliancerepair.com/instal ... tallation/ . And I am grateful to them for their clean, neat and fast work.

FreddyZ
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Re: Has anyone done home repairs?

Post by FreddyZ » Thu Jul 16, 2020 9:38

Thank you for this information i was looking for it for a long time. Do you know do they provide discount or not? My wood bench in kinda broken and i need to fix it.

Braitob
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Re: Has anyone done home repairs?

Post by Braitob » Wed Aug 26, 2020 7:04

For quality repairs, it is recommended to use new developments in this area. As an example - MGO boards. Really qualitative material, which copes with moisture and other problems very well. It can be used practically everywhere. Here are some of its main uses: Structural Floors, Sound Proofing, Structural Walls, Fire-Rated Floor & Wall, Assemblies.

chacha
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Re: Has anyone done home repairs?

Post by chacha » Mon Sep 14, 2020 11:14

I tried to do it myself, in the end, I realized that I was doing it only worse and asked for help from professionals.

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