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Sam Alexander

Do-it-yourself is the latest approach! It is a task you can take on with conviction if you have the required level of skills to complete it in a given frame of time and with a minimal budget.  DIY is a fast learning experience and strengthens your problem solving capability.  There is certainly not a blind 'Yes' or a 'No' for a DIY. There are many determinants which need to be considered before you take the responsibility of completing a particular assignment. Evaluation of the pros and cons is very essential, or else the end result could be a disaster.

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Sam Alexander
Small-Patio-Guide

Spending some quality time with your friends or family at your patio is the very reason for having a patio in the first place. While you may not have the biggest patio on the block, we have some ideas for you on how you can still have the coolest and most popular one.
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Sam Alexander



Kitchen Renovation is a challenging, yet gratifying project. Here is something which Janice did to make the best out of her kitchen and make it look alive and splendid. Janice made a plan of how things should be in the kitchen that made things simpler for her to do and so she made a plan to give the desired look to her kitchen.
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Sam Alexander

If your house is under construction or you have some wonderful ideas to redecorate your house, then this article will give you some insights. There is a wide variety of beautiful tiles available in the market, especially for kitchen and bathrooms, which come in various textures, patterns, size, and colors.

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Sam Alexander

Tiles are generally something attractive to look at. They are appealing to the eyes and give a sense of beauty. Their uses are limitless; they can be put used on floors, bathroom walls and balconies among other areas. Most homeowners prefer to use floor tiles because they not only accentuate their living area but also boost their homes’ resale value. With numerous products in the market, it becomes difficult to choose the best quality of floor tiles which are long-lasting. Below are some tips that buyers can apply when shopping for quality tiles.
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Sam Alexander
 Crystallized Glass Tiles
Many a people think that the maintenance of glass tiles is a hard mess. In the article, I have suggested a few maintenance tips for your glass wall tiles and glass backsplash tiles.
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Sam Alexander
 
At a number of tiles, we receive complaints from our customers that they are concerned over the shades of floor and wall tiles of their living room. They mostly grumble that their floor and walls do not have matching color or shade.
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Sam Alexander
Onyx was known to the ancient Greeks and Romans. The name Onyx comes from the Greek word onyx means nail of a finger or claw. Legend says that one day while Venus was sleeping Eros/Cupid cut her fingernails and left the clippings scattered on the ground. Because no part of a heavenly body can die, the gods turned them into stone which later became known as onyx.
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Sam Alexander
Limestone was most popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Train stations, banks and other structures from that era are normally made of limestone. Limestone is used as a facade on some skyscrapers, but only in thin plates for covering rather than solid blocks. In the United States, Indiana, most notably the Bloomington area, has long been a source of high quality quarried limestone, called Indiana limestone. Many famous buildings in London are built from Portland limestone.
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Sam Alexander
Travertine derives its name from the town Tivoli. Tivoli was known as Tibur in ancient Roman times. The ancient name for the stone was Lapis Tiburtinus, meaning tibur stone, which has been corrupted to travertine. Detailed studies of the Tivoli and Guidonia travertine deposits revealed diurnal and annual rhythmic banding and laminae. These formations commonly occur in tropical and subtropical karst areas around the world.
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